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Polymer Chemistry Dynamic Article Links ARTICLE TYPE

  Physics Websites

Summary: of Chemistry [year] [Polym. Chem.], [2013], [4], 1445­1458|1 Synthesis and self-assembly of amphiphilic November 2012 DOI: 10.1039/c2py20840g5 The synthesis and self-assembly of amphiphilic polymers based and woods2 that20 are chemically modified for the development of chemicals, polymers2 , amphiphilic

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Chemistry -Bachelor of Science (SCH1UG) Total Credits Required: 128 Chemistry/Polymers -ACS Certified

  Fossil Fuels Websites

Summary: Chemistry - Bachelor of Science (SCH1UG) Total Credits Required: 128 Chemistry/Polymers - ACS credits Course Credits Course Credits CH1150 University Chemistry I AND 3 CH4610 Intro to Polymer Science Recitation I 1 CH4631 Polymer Science Laboratory 2 OR MY2100 Intro Materials Science & Eng 3 CH1112


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Effect of polymer chemistry on globular proteinpolymer block copolymer self-assembly

  MIT - DSpace

Summary: Bioconjugates of the model red fluorescent protein mCherry and synthetic polymer blocks with different hydrogen bonding functionalities show that the chemistry of the polymer block has a large effect on both ordering ...

Chang, Dongsook

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Arborescent Polymers From "Click" Chemistry and Other Methods.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??Graft polymers with a dendritic architecture (arborescent polymers) were synthesized by ???click???, anionic, and cationic grafting. Arborescent polystyrene and polybutadiene systems were synthesized by ???click??? (more)

Aridi, Toufic
2014-01-01

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Chemistry -Bachelor of Science (SCH1) Chemistry/Polymers: ACS Certified

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: - 28 Credits CH 2420 Organic Chemistry II 3 UN 1001 Perspectives on Inquiry 3 CH 2421 Organic Chemistry Physical Chemistry I 3 UN 2002 Institutions 3 CH 3511 Physical Chemistry Lab I 2 Distribution Courses** 15 CH 3520 Physical Chemistry II 3 CH 3521 Physical Chemistry Lab II 2 Free Electives - 9-13 Credits CH


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Chemistry -Bachelor of Science (SCH1) Chemistry/Polymers: ACS Certified

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: 2410 Organic Chemistry I 3 UN 1001 Perspectives on Inquiry 3 CH 2411 Organic Chemistry Lab l 1 UN 1002 UN 2002 Institutions 3 CH 2212 Quantitative Analysis 5 Distribution Courses** 15 CH 3510 Physical Chemistry I 3 CH 3511 Physical Chemistry Lab I 2 Free Electives - 9-12 Credits CH 3520 Physical Chemistry II


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Designing phase selective soluble polymers for applications in organic chemistry

  Texas A&M University - TxSpace

Summary: Soluble polymers as supports are gaining more attention now. Developing new polymers, new reagents and catalysts, new separation systems are thus of great interest as these sorts of materials' applications in synthesis and catalysis increase...

Li, Chunmei
2004-09-30

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Design of chemistry and morphology of polymer filtration membranes

  MIT - DSpace

Summary: To improve membrane materials in water filtration, which currently display broad pore size distribution, hydrophobic chemistry, and fouling behavior, a novel design of chemistry and morphology of membranes is employed. ...

Akthakul, Ariya, 1973-
2003-01-01

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Feature Article Radical additionefragmentation chemistry in polymer synthesis

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Summary: This review traces the development of additionefragmentation chain transfer agents and related ring-opening monomers highlighting rece innovation in these areas. The major part of this review deals with reagents that give reversible additionefragmentation chain transfer (RAFT These reagents include dithioesters, trithiocarbonates, dithiocarbamates and xanthates. The RAFT process is a versatile method for conferrin living characteristics on radical polymerizations providing unprecedented control over molecular weight, molecular weight distribution, com position and architecture. It is suitable for most monomers polymerizable by radical polymerization and is robust under a wide range of reactio conditions. It provides a route to functional polymers, cyclopolymers, gradient copolymers, block polymers and star polymers.

Graeme Moad; Ezio Rizzardo; San H. Thang
2007-01-01

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STRESS-DENSITY VARIATIONS IN ALUMINA SEDIMENTS: EFFECTS OF POLYMER CHEMISTRY

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: 151 STRESS-DENSITY VARIATIONS IN ALUMINA SEDIMENTS: EFFECTS OF POLYMER CHEMISTRY C. H. SCHILLING present a novel approach for analyzing sediments by gamma-ray densitometry 1 and a fluid mechanics model.g., rheometry, sedimentation kinetics modeling, soil mechanics tests), especially for the low stresses (

Aksay, Ilhan A.

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Special Topics in Organic Chemistry Biorenewable Polymers 8833

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: and biofuels. Course Objectives: 1. To provide an advanced understanding of the chemical properties Generation Biofuels from Biomass e. Gasification/Fischer Tropsch Chemistry of Biomass to Biofuels f. Nanocellulosic Composites g. Nano Starch/Hemicelluloses h. Chitin i. CMC j. Lignin to Biofuels or Biomaterials k

Sherrill, David

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ESR under pressure on polymer phase A1C60 (A=Rb, Cs) H. Sakamotoa,*

  Physics Websites

Summary: ESR under pressure on polymer phase A1C60 (A=Rb, Cs) H. Sakamotoa,* , S. Kobayashia , K. Mizoguchia-0012, Japan Abstract Electron spin resonance (ESR) studies under hydrostatic pressure were performed by the ESR intensity. On the basis of these data, together with the electrical resistivity on a single

Mizoguchi, Kenji

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A1 MCKINLEY s SRIDHAR Appendix A APPENDIX A: Survey of Existing Filament Stretching Experiments in Polymer Solutions

  Engineering Websites

Summary: A1 MCKINLEY s SRIDHAR Appendix A APPENDIX A: Survey of Existing Filament Stretching Experiments in Polymer Solutions Over the past decade a number of investigators have used filament stretching rheometry the experimental conditions of all existing published filament stretching data for polymer solutions and melts


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6751 Physical Chemistry of Polymer Solutions (3-0-3) (45 hrs) Prerequisites: Consent of Department

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: weight distributions, and interfacial phenomena using thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, information. Concentrated solutions, and melts. 7. Statistical theories of viscosity and diffusion in polymers. 8. Dimensions of polymer chains ­ chain statistics 1 3. Rotational Isomeric State 2 4. Analogy of polymer chains

Sherrill, David

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Outline Introduction Model and Results Burke property Variance identity Sketch of proof for upper bound Polymer in a Browni Scaling exponents for a 1+1 dimensional directed

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: bound Polymer in a Browni Scaling exponents for a 1+1 dimensional directed polymer Timo Sepp for upper bound 6 Polymer in a Brownian environment Scaling for a polymer 2/30 #12;Outline Introduction models that contain complex interactions. Interaction with an environment: random walk in random

Seppäläinen, Timo

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Polymer-Metal Nanocomposites via Polymer Thin Film

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: Polymer-Metal Nanocomposites via Polymer Thin Film T. P. Radhakrishnan School of Chemistry Chemistry Inside a Polymer Thin Film P. Radhakrishnan School of Chemistry, University of Hyderabad metal manifest effects. Soft chemistry within a polymer thin in situ route to such materials. Generation of metal

Shyamasundar, R.K.

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Systematic coarse-graining of the dynamics of entangled polymer melts: the road from chemistry to rheology

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: For optimal processing and design of entangled polymeric materials it is important to establish a rigorous link between the detailed molecular composition of the polymer and the viscoelastic properties of the macroscopic melt. We review current and past computer simulation techniques and critically assess their ability to provide such a link between chemistry and rheology. We distinguish between two classes of coarse-graining levels, which we term coarse-grained molecular dynamics (CGMD) and coarse-grained stochastic dynamics (CGSD). In CGMD the coarse-grained beads are still relatively hard, thus automatically preventing bond crossing. This also implies an upper limit on the number of atoms that can be lumped together and therefore on the longest chain lengths that can be studied. To reach a higher degree of coarse-graining, in CGSD many more atoms are lumped together, leading to relatively soft beads. In that case friction and stochastic forces dominate the interactions, and actions must be undertaken to prevent bond crossing. We also review alternative methods that make use of the tube model of polymer dynamics, by obtaining the entanglement characteristics through a primitive path analysis and by simulation of a primitive chain network. We finally review super-coarse-grained methods in which an entire polymer is represented by a single particle, and comment on ways to include memory effects and transient forces.

J. T. Padding; W. J. Briels
2011-03-29

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The Coordination Chemistry of Modified Pyrimidine-Hydrazone Strands and their Incorporation into Polymer Gels.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??A series of pyrimidine-hydrazone (pym-hyz) molecular strands have been modified with terminal hydroxymethyl and acryloyl functional groups in order to allow their incorporation into co-polymer (more)

Hutchinson, Daniel
2012-01-01

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chemistry*

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Summary: Abstract: Environmental pollution and destruction on a global scale have drawn attention to the vital need for totally new environmentally friendly, clean chemical technologies and processes, the most important challenge facing chemical scientists in the field of green chemistry. Strong contenders as environmentally harmonious catalysts are photocatalysts that operate at room temperature and in a clean manner, while applications of such safe photocatalytic systems are urgently desired for the purification of polluted water, the decomposition of offensive atmospheric odors as well as toxins, the fixation of CO 2, and the decomposition of NOx and chlorofluorocarbons on a huge global scale. To address such enormous tasks, photocatalytic systems that are able to operate effectively and efficiently not only under UV light but also under the most environmentally ideal energy source, sunlight, must be established. To this end, we are moving in a positive direction with various practical applications already at hand, as is described. The present report involves 1) new approaches in the design and development of secondgeneration titanium oxide photocatalysts which can operate effectively under visible light and/or solar beam irradiation, 2) practical industrial applications of titanium oxide photocatalysts in Japan, and 3) recent advances in green chemistry in Japan.

Masakazu Anpo

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Chemistry

  CiteSeer

Summary: High temperature, solvent resistant materials which also display good mechanical properties are desired for use as aerospace structural adhesives and polymer matrix/carbon fiber composites. High molecular weight amorphous poly(arylene ether sulfone) thermoplastic materials display many of these desirable characteristics but are deficient in solvent resistance. Previous attempts to prepare poly(arylene ether) based thermosets to improve solvent resistance have been largely unsuccessful due to processiblity issues from the low curing temperature and high glass transition temperature of the thermoset precursor. Incorporation of a high temperature curable ( ? 350C) endgroup such as 3-phenylethynylphenol in the synthesis of controlled molecular weight poly(arylene ether sulfone) oligomers has allowed for a large processing window

Sue Mecham; Thomas C. Ward; James W. Wolfe; John G. Dillard; John J. Lesko; Sue J. Mecham
1997-01-01

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Chemistry -Minor Total Credits Required: 18

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: Chemistry 3 CH 4610 Intro to Polymer Sci 3 CH 4620 Polymer Chemistry 3 CH 4631 Polymer Science Lab 2 CH 4641 Polymer Chemistry Lab 2 CH 4710 Chemical Principles in Biology 3 *None of these elective coursesChemistry - Minor Total Credits Required: 18 Required Courses p Course Description Credits


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Chemistry

  CiteSeer

Summary: report was prepared as an account of work sponsored by an agency of the United States Government. Neither the United States Government nor any agency therefore, nor any of their employees, makes any warranty, express or implied, or assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product or process disclosed, or represents that its use would not infringe privately owned rights. Reference herein to any specific commercial product, process or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government or any agency thereof. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government or any agency thereof. The objective of this research was to use molecular modeling techniques, coupled with our prior experimental results, to design, synthesize and evaluate inexpensive, non-fluorous carbon dioxide thickening agents. The first type of thickener that was considered was associating polymers. Typically, these thickeners are copolymers that contain a highly CO2-philic monomer, and a small concentration of a CO2-phobic associating monomer. Yale University was solely responsible for the synthesis of a second type of thickener; small, hydrogen bonding

Dr. Robert; M. Enick; Dr. Eric; J. Beckman; Dr. J. Karl Johnson; Start Date Sept; Dr. Robert; M. Enick; Dr. J. Karl Johnson; Dr. Andrew Hamilton; Dr. Robert; M. Enick; Dr. Eric; J. Beckman
2010-01-01

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Chemistry Coop Program Students from the Chemistry Coop Program have conducted work terms in the fields of polymers, pulp and paper

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: in the fields of polymers, pulp and paper Pharmaceutical, specialty chemicals, water treatment and petrochemical Work Term Duties: Collected, processed and analyzed environmental waters Developed and used solgel

Hitchcock, Adam P.

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Bandwidth Studies on a 1.4 m Long Multimode Polymer Spiral Waveguide

  University of Cambridge - Dspace

Summary: cross section of 5020 ?m2 with bulk refractive indices of 1.52 and 1.50 for the core and cladding (Dow Corning OE-4140 and OE-4141 Cured Optical Elastomers) polymer materials respectively. The S21 parameter of the optical link with and without (the...

Chen, Jian; Bamiedakis, Nikos; Penty, Richard V.; White, Ian H.
2014-07-03

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Polymer Chemistry COMMUNICATION

  Physics Websites

Summary: over 80 % from 55-nm and 85-nm10 silica seeds, respectively. The robustness of the process is supported versatility and high yield in the expected morphology.2 Among the most promising ones is the aqueous seeded as monomer, initiator, surfactant and seeds, respectively.3,4 The surface of the silica seeds needs

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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BOMC LabBOMC Lab (Bio(Bio--Organic Materials Chemistry)Organic Materials Chemistry)

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: BOMC LabBOMC Lab (Bio(Bio--Organic Materials Chemistry)Organic Materials Chemistry) FORTHFORTH of Biology and Chemistryat the Interface of Biology and Chemistry #12;OrganicOrganic PolymerPolymer Systems@iesl.forth.gr Potentially Targeted Materials SystemsPotentially Targeted Materials Systems #12;Organic Polymer SystemsOrganic

Jonas, Ulrich - Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser, Foundation for Research and Technology

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Chemistry -Bachelor of Science (SCHUG) Total Credits Required: 128 Chemistry -ACS Certified

  Fossil Fuels Websites

Summary: Chemistry - Bachelor of Science (SCHUG) Total Credits Required: 128 Chemistry - ACS Certified Major Intro to Polymer Science 3 OR CH4720 Biomolecular Chemistry II 3 CH1122 University Chemistry - Studio Chemistry I 3 CH4910 Chemistry Seminar 1 Math/Science Requirements - 24 credits MA1160 Calculus


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Click chemistry for the preparation of advanced macromolecular architectures.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??Thesis (PhD (Chemistry and Polymer Science)) University of Stellenbosch, 2010. ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Different click chemistry methods have been used together with Reversible Addition- Fragmentation chain (more)

Akeroyd, Niels
2010-01-01

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Marquette University Department of Chemistry

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: (pharmaceuticals, polymers, personal care products...) Teaching at all levels Forensics, law, environmental science ­ jointly offered with the Department of Biological Sciences · Chemistry Teaching ­ offered with the School Polymer Science Also, graduate courses that can be taken by undergraduates #12;The Marquette Chemistry

Reid, Scott A.

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147Chemistry Chemistry (Chem)

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: 147Chemistry Chemistry (Chem) Bayly Foundation PROFESSORS FRANCE, PLEVA ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS ALty A student may complete only one of the majors listed in the Department of Chemistry. The major in chemistry leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree requires completion of 44 credits as follows: 1. Chemistry 111, 112

Dresden, Gregory

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Chemistry 321 Organic Chemistry

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: which you may complete using the chemistry department's computer lab. You will be graded on the first. Use the chemistry department computers, or your own (if you have a copy of the student versionChemistry 321 Organic Chemistry Fall 2010 MWF 1:00-2:00 Reichardt Bldg 202 Instructor: Thomas

Wagner, Diane

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CHEMISTRY 11500 General Chemistry

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: CHEMISTRY 11500 General Chemistry Spring 2014 Professor Dr. John J. Nash; BRWN 4103C; phone: 494.edu (Lab) Required Course Materials Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change, 6th Ed., by M. S. Silberberg, McGraw-Hill, 2012. Chemistry 11500 Laboratory Manual, 2013-2014, Hayden-McNeil Publishing, Inc

Jiang, Wen

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Conjugated Organometallic Polymers Containing Vollhardts Cyclobutadiene Complex: Aggregation and Morphologies

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: crystals ´ organometal- lic compounds ´ polymers ´ supra- molecular chemistry Introduction AggregationConjugated Organometallic Polymers Containing Vollhardts Cyclobutadiene Complex: Aggregation: Organometallic polymers were prepared by acyclic diyne meta- thesis (ADIMET) or by Pd-catalyzed coupling of 1

zur Loye, Hans-Conrad

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Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry UCLA Chemistry, Biochemistry & Chemistry Material Science

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry UCLA Chemistry, Biochemistry & Chemistry Material Science ...........................................................................................................................................4 Chemistry & Biochemistry Undergraduate Office..............................................................................................6 Majors in Chemistry & Biochemistry

Levine, Alex J.

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Branched Polymers Richard Kenyon and Peter Winkler

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: in the plane. 6 7 5 2 4 1 3 Figure 1. A branched polymer in the plane. Intended as models in chemistryBranched Polymers Richard Kenyon and Peter Winkler 1. INTRODUCTION. A branched polymer of order n in RD --or just "polymer" for short--is a connected set of n labeled unit spheres with nonoverlapping

Winkler, Peter

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Exploring the Chemistry of Cyclopentadienyl-Cobalt-Cyclobutadiene (CpCoCb) Complexes and Synthesis of Side-Chain CpCoCb Polymers.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??Synthetic metallopolymers have acquired ample attention recently due to their potential applications as precursors to functional soft materials. Organometallic polymers combine the best of both (more)

Chadha, Preeti
2011-01-01

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BIOTIN/STREPTAVIDIN RECOGNITION ON POLYMER BRUSHES AND SELF-ASSEMBLED MONOLAYERS

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: polymer brush surface was prepared via surface initiated, nitroxide mediated, free radical polymerization, biotin units were incorporated to the polymer chain termini via nitroxide exchange chemistry. The degree

Carter, Kenneth

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Synthesis and metal cation separation of chelating polymers containing crown ether units.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??Each of the three parts of this dissertation research involves organic synthesis, monomer polymerization and polymer characterization, analytical chemistry and host-guest chemistry. The overall goal (more)

Zhao, Qiang
1995-01-01

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How Polymer Surface Diffusion Depends on Surface Coverage Joint Laboratory of Polymer Sciences and Materials, State Key Laboratory of Polymer Physics and

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: Sciences and Materials, State Key Laboratory of Polymer Physics and Chemistry, Institute of Chemistry and Engineering, of Chemistry, and of Physics, UniVersity of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 61801 ReceiVed September of the agenda in polymer physics from the start. It seemed obvious to researchers, many years ago

Granick, Steve

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Modelling semiflexible polymers: shape analysis, buckling instabilities, and force generation

  Physics Websites

Summary: by bending energy rather than entropy. Polymer chemistry and biology provide a number of examples with a mechanical persistence length of 50 nm.6 Polymer chemistry provides various examples of syntheticModelling semiflexible polymers: shape analysis, buckling instabilities, and force generation Jan

Kierfeld, Jan

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The Chemistry of Life Part I Macromolecules and

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: 1 The Chemistry of Life Part I ­ Macromolecules and Carbohydrates Atoms and Elements Physical to form polymers Biological macromolecules Four major classes Carbohydrates Proteins Lipids Nucleic apart Add water Process releases energy from molecules Carbohydrates Sugars and their polymers

Cochran-Stafira, D. Liane

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Polymer Science and Engineering 1

  Engineering Websites

Summary: , Copolymers -- -- Week 2 4August 6 August Vinyl polymers, polymer chemistry, primary and secondary bonds Properties affected by primary bonds, physical properties affected by secondary bonds -- -- Week 3 11 August, ionic condensation and mixed mode polymerisation -- -- Week 4 18 August 20 August Physical structure

New South Wales, University of

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Polyisobutylene as a Polymer Support for Homogeneous Catalysis

  Texas A&M University - TxSpace

Summary: Phase selective soluble polymers are useful in organic synthesis because they simplify purification and separation processes. Such selective soluble polymers enable the use of Green chemistry principles to be utilized as ways to simplify catalyst...

Hongfa, Chayanant
2010-01-14

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Phase selectively soluble polymer supports to facilitate homogeneous catalysis

  Texas A&M University - TxSpace

Summary: Soluble polymers that have phase selective solubility are useful in synthesis because they simplify purification and separation. Such selectively soluble polymers simplify catalyst, reagent, and product recovery and enable the use of Green chemistry...

Ortiz-Acosta, Denisse
2009-05-15

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Pharmaceutical Chemistry -Bachelor of Science Total Credits Required: 128 Required Courses Required Electives -3 Credits

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: Credits CH 2421 Organic Chemistry Lab lI 2 UN 1001 Perspectives on Inquiry 3 CH 3510 Physical Chemistry I Chemistry I Recitation 1 CH 4510 Intermediate Physical Chemistry 3 OR CH 4610 Introduction to Polymer 3 UN 1002 World Cultures* 4 CH 3511 Physical Chemistry Lab I 2 UN 2001 Revisions 3 CH 3520 Physical


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Pharmaceutical Chemistry -Bachelor of Science Total Credits Required: 128 Required Courses Required Electives -3 Credits

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: - 28 Credits CH 3511 Physical Chemistry Lab I 2 UN 1001 Perspectives on Inquiry 3 CH 3520 Physical Physical Chemistry 3 OR CH 4610 Introduction to Polymer Science 3 CH 1112 University Chemistry-Studio Lab Bioinformatics 3 CH 2421 Organic Chemistry Lab lI 2 CH 3510 Physical Chemistry I 3 General Education Requirements


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SEC data for polymer 1-6: UV-vis spectra for polymer 1-6

  Multidisciplinary Databases and Resources Websites

Summary: estimated from UV-vis): Energy levels in a photovoltaic device with 5 and PCBM: Low band gap polymers and Chemistry, Roskilde Universitycenter, Universitetsvej 1, PO Box 260, DK-4000 Roskilde, Denmark. Photovoltaic devices were prepared with polymer 5 and with a blend of polymer 5 and PCBM. The photovoltaic performance


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Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics August 25 29 2014

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics August 25 ­ 29 2014 D. Richter, J. Allgaier, R. Biehl, W a bi- annual one week block course, "Macromolecular Physics and Chemistry" within the Helmholtz International Research School BioSoft The topics · Basic properties of polymers · Basic polymer synthesis

Schubart, Christoph

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Approved Module Information for CH2125, 2014/5 Module Title/Name: Polymer II Module Code: CH2125

  Physics Websites

Summary: Chemistry. BSc/MChem Chemistry. BSc Biological Chemistry. Available to Exchange Students? Not Specified. Module Learning Outcomes: INTELLECTUAL SKILLS * Recognise general aspects of polymer molecular structure of the chemistry behind controlled polymerisation techniques and how control of the architecture of polymer chains

Neirotti, Juan Pablo

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40 Gb/s Data Transmission Over a 1 m Long Multimode Polymer Spiral Waveguide for Board-Level Optical Interconnects

  University of Cambridge - Dspace

Summary: are with the Photonics Laboratory, Department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience, Chalmers University of Technology, SE-412 96 Gteborg, Sweden. immunity to EMI, reduced power consumption and relaxed thermal management requirements. Active optical cables have... in real-world systems still remain including the cost-efficient integration of optics and electronics onto standard printed circuit boards (PCBs) and within electronic modules, and the development of appropriate system architectures. Multimode polymer...

Bamiedakis, Nikolaos; Chen, Jian; Westbergh, Petter; Gustavsson, Johan S.; Larsson, Anders; Penty, Richard V.; White, Ian H.
2014-11-20

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CHEMISTRY 521 GRADUATE PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: @alpha.nlu.edu URL: http://www.nlu.edu/chemistry/findley/findley.html COURSE Content: A review of selected topics in Physical Chemistry. Goals/ Objectives: Introduction to quantum mechanics. Topics covered include

Findley, Gary L.

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Commencing 2007 onwards BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (BIOCHEMISTRY/CHEMISTRY) Course Code Z052Y

  Physics Websites

Summary: & Forensic Science HES1525 Peter Mahon 4880 HES2541 Analytical Chemistry DISCONTINUED NA NA Choose one of of CHE20006, CHE20007, CHE20008 & CHE20009 Peter Mahon 4880 CHE30007 Polymer and Materials Chemistry

Liley, David

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Spin-On Organic Polymer Dopants for Silicon Megan L. Hoarfrost,

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: -type silicon by using boron- and phosphorus-containing polymer films. Different doping mechanisms are observed for boron and phosphorus doping, which could be related to the specific chemistries of the polymers. Thus

Javey, Ali

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Chemistry Dissertations

  CiteSeer

Summary: This Dissertation is brought to you for free and open access by the Department of Chemistry at ScholarWorks @ Georgia State University. It has been accepted for inclusion in Chemistry Dissertations by an authorized administrator of ScholarWorks @ Georgia State University. For more information,

Miki Kassai; Miki Kassai

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J Biol Chem . Author manuscript GDP-tubulin incorporation into growing microtubules modulates polymer

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: the incorporation of GTP-tubulin complexes at microtubule ends, followed by GTP hydrolysis within the polymer ; Guanosine Diphosphate ; chemistry ; Guanosine Triphosphate ; chemistry ; Humans ; Hydrolysis ; Microtubules-assembly ; Tubulin ; GTP Hydrolysis ; GTP-Tubulin ; Microtubule Dynamics In mammalian cells, microtubules

Boyer, Edmond

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250 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PLASMA SCIENCE, VOL. 33, NO. 2, APRIL 2005 PlasmaPolymer Interactions in a

  Engineering Websites

Summary: of the polymer by plasma generated radicals and ions. The gas chemistry used depends on the desired surface and surface chemistry was used to model the interaction of an electron avalanche in a DBD with the polymer250 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PLASMA SCIENCE, VOL. 33, NO. 2, APRIL 2005 Plasma­Polymer Interactions

Kushner, Mark

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Chemistry Honours Projects Research in Chemistry

  Physics Websites

Summary: Chemistry Honours Projects 1 of 22 Research in Chemistry Honours Projects available in 2012 Department of Chemistry chemistry.curtin.edu.au #12;Chemistry Honours Projects 2 of 22 Staff member Page A;Chemistry Honours Projects 3 of 22 Current Potential Aqueous Phase Organic Phase Si3N4 + A/Prof Damien


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Did you know that plastics can conduct electricity? Professors Alan Heeger, Alan Mac Diarmid and Hideki Shirakawa reveived the 2000 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the discovery and development of conductive polymers.

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Did you know that plastics can conduct electricity? Professors Alan Heeger, Alan Mac Diarmid of conductive polymers. Upon doping, an insulating plastic can become conducting such as a metal and be used, LEDs and photodetectors. The most simple conducting polymer is polyacetylene. But its industrial use


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CHEMISTRY 322 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: of CHEM 320, focuses of the quantum theoretical foundations of modern chemistry. Topics covered include: Chapters 8 - 18, and other topics as time permits. Attendance: It is your responsibility to attend class

Findley, Gary L.

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Department of Chemistry "Supramolecular Chemistry in Polymeric

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: Department of Chemistry "Supramolecular Chemistry in Polymeric Systems: From Nanoassemblies Colloquium Friday, May 15, 2009 3:00 p.m. 502 Rieveschl #12;Supramolecular Chemistry in Polymeric Systems.rowan@case.edu The utilization of supramolecular chemistry, the chemistry of the non-covalent bond, in the polymeric realm has

Mark, James E.

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Position: Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: John Grey Position: Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Email: jkgrey@unm.edu Phone: 505.277.1658; Fax: 505.277.2609 Office: Clark Hall B70 Homepage: http://chemistry.unm.edu/faculty_web/jgrey Education B.S. in Chemistry, 1999, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI Ph.D. in Chemistry


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CHEMISTRY 107-01 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: CHEMISTRY 107-01 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I Spring 2002 8:00 am - 8:50 am, MTuWTh Rm. CNSB 243 INSTRUCTOR-1835 Email: chfindley@ulm.edu URL: http://www.ulm.edu/chemistry/findley COURSE Content: Principles of modern chemistry. Goals/ Objectives: CHEM 107 is the first semester of a fundamental introduction to chemistry

Findley, Gary L.

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UCLA CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: UCLA CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY ORIENTATION HANDBOOK 2012-2013 #12;Table of Contents Introduction .............................................................................................................................................2 Chemistry & Biochemistry Undergraduate Office ..................................................................................................3 Majors in Chemistry

Levine, Alex J.

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Layer-by-layer assembly on polyethylene films via "click" chemistry

  Texas A&M University - TxSpace

Summary: based on N-isopropyl acrylamide (NIPAM)-based polymers. These polymers were water soluble and allowed for click chemistry to be performed in water and open to air in benign conditions. With the development of a water soluble polymer system that could...

Chance, Brandon Scott
2009-05-15

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Polymer blends near patterned surfaces Chaok Seok and Karl F. Freed

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: Polymer blends near patterned surfaces Chaok Seok and Karl F. Freed James Franck Institute and Department of Chemistry, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 60637 Igal Szleifer Department of Chemistry profiles exhibited by compressible binary polymer blends near patterned surfaces in the one-phase region

Seok, Chaok

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Do Deviations from Reptation Scaling of Entangled Polymer Melts Result from Single-or Many-Chain Effects?

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: Laboratory of Engineering Plastics, Joint Laboratory of Polymer Science and Materials, Institute of Chemistry relative to the theoretical prediction. Doi [8] subsequently incorporated a fundamental modification

Keunings, Roland

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Nanoscience and chemistry Nanoscience, Nanotechnology, and Chemistry**

  Physics Websites

Summary: Nanoscience and chemistry Nanoscience, Nanotechnology, and Chemistry** George M. Whitesides* Keywords: · chemistry · devices · nanoscience · nanotechnology What is Nanoscience? "Nanoscience and electrical en- gineering, nanoscience is most often associated with quan- tum behavior, and the behavior

Prentiss, Mara

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Definition Chemistry

  Engineering Websites

Summary: 1 · Definition · Chemistry · Factors · Mitigation MinE 422 Acid Rock Drainage Online `Gard Guide is a great source of information Terminology · acid rock drainage (ARD) · saline drainage (SD) · acid mine or acid and metalliferous drainage (AMD) · mining influenced water (MIW) · neutral mine drainage (NMD

Boisvert, Jeff

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Branched polymers on branched polymers

  HEP - Theory (arXiv)

Summary: We study an ensemble of branched polymers which are embedded on other branched polymers. This is a toy model which allows us to study explicitly the reaction of a statistical system on an underlying geometrical structure, a problem of interest in the study of the interaction of matter and quantized gravity. We find a phase transition at which the embedded polymers begin to cover the basis polymers. At the phase transition point the susceptibility exponent $\\gamma$ takes the value 3/4 and the two-point function develops an anomalous dimension 1/2.

Bergfinnur Durhuus; Thordur Jonsson
1996-07-10

70

Shockwave Loading of Mechanochemically Active Polymer Coatings Martha E. Grady,,

  Engineering Websites

Summary: Shockwave Loading of Mechanochemically Active Polymer Coatings Martha E. Grady,, Brett A. Beiermann, Illinois 61801, United States # Department of Chemistry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 505 S: Thin films of mechanochemically active polymer were subjected to laser-generated, high amplitude

Sottos, Nancy R.

71

Chemistry 411/611 Inorganic Chemistry (2011)

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: 1 Chemistry 411/611 Inorganic Chemistry (2011) Instructor: Assistant Professor Mathew M. Maye Chemistry", 5th Edition, Freeman Press. Available at SU bookstore. The solution manual is optional. (Suggested for CHE611 Students pursuing Inorganic) Huheey, "Inorganic Chemistry: Principles of Structure

Mather, Patrick T.

72

CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT Chem 315 (Honors Organic Chemistry)

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT Chem 315 (Honors Organic Chemistry) Fall 2014 Important Registration Information Admission to Honors Organic Chemistry (Fall 2014) is restricted to the following students are interested in taking CHE315 in the fall should register for Organic Chemistry CHE307 and apply for admission

Lawson, Catherine L.

73

Chemistry 411/611 Inorganic Chemistry (2010)

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: 1 Chemistry 411/611 Inorganic Chemistry (2010) Instructor: Assistant Professor Mathew M. Maye: M-W 4:00-5:00, and by appointment Credits: 3 Text: (Required) Shriver & Atkins, "Inorganic Chemistry. (Suggested for CHE611 Students pursuing Inorganic) Huheey, "Inorganic Chemistry: Principles of Structure

Mather, Patrick T.

74

REU PROJECT ON BRANCH POLYMERS SARA BILLEY, TOM BOOTHBY, MORGAN EICHWALD, AND CHRIS FOX

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: REU PROJECT ON BRANCH POLYMERS SARA BILLEY, TOM BOOTHBY, MORGAN EICHWALD, AND CHRIS FOX 1. A branched polymer of order n in R2 is obtained by plac- ing these disks in the plane in any configuration so at the origin. Branched polymers have been studied in con- nection with molecular chemistry, statistical physics

Billey, Sara

75

School of Chemistry CHEM3100: Chemistry at a Molecular Level

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: School of Chemistry CHEM3100: Chemistry at a Molecular Level Tutorial Groups 2013/14 Name Programme Tutor Ahmed, Zacher Medicinal Chemistry Arif, Saboor Chemistry Bagnall, Samuel Chemistry Barbara, David Chemistry Beaumont, Nicholas Chemistry Quinn, Michael J Chemistry Bennett, Matthew Chemistry Booth, Natalie

Rzepa, Henry S.

76

Organic Chemistry

  CiteSeer

Summary: I would like to thank my advisor Prof. D. Venkataraman (D.V.) whose dedication, guidance and impressive understanding of the chemical sciences has helped my development as a chemist. D.V.s enthusiasm for chemistry has been an important driving force to help overcome the frustrations and failures encountered in research. I would also like to thank the past and present members of the D.V. group for their support and friendship over the years. I would also like to thank those of you who have personally helped with the

Craig G. Bates
2005-01-01

77

The Electroanalytical Performance of Sonogel Carbon Titanium (IV) Oxide Electrodes versus Conducting Polymer Electrodes in the Electrochemical Detection of Biological Molecules.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??Stinson, Jelynn Anneula. M.S., Department of Chemistry, Wright State University, 2007. The Electroanalytical Performance of Sonogel Carbon Titanium (IV) Oxide Electrodes versus Conducting Polymer Electrodes (more)

Stinson, Jelynn A.
2007-01-01

78

Sawyer Environmental Chemistry Research

  Geosciences Websites

Summary: 1 Sawyer Environmental Chemistry Research Laboratory Sawyer Environmental Research Center University of Maine #12;2 Mission Statement The Sawyer Environmental Chemistry Research Laboratory is a multi industry. The Sawyer Environmental Chemistry Research Laboratory employs advanced analytical techniques

Thomas, Andrew

79

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: i DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY HANDBOOK 2008-2009 DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY HANDBOOK 2014-2015 Revised Date: Saturday, September 06, 2014 This file is available on: M:\\2014-2015\\Department\\Handbook #12;ii

Lennard, William N.

80

Polymer inflation

  General Relativity & Quantum Cosmology (arXiv)

Summary: We consider the semi-classical dynamics of a free massive scalar field in a homogeneous and isotropic cosmological spacetime. The scalar field is quantized using the polymer quantization method assuming that it is described by a gaussian coherent state. For quadratic potentials, the semi-classical equations of motion yield a universe that has an early "polymer inflation" phase which is generic and almost exactly de Sitter, followed by a epoch of slow-roll inflation. We compute polymer corrections to the slow roll formalism, and discuss the probability of inflation in this model using a physical Hamiltonian arising from time gauge fixing. These results show the extent to which a quantum gravity motivated quantization method affects early universe dynamics.

Syed Moeez Hassan; Viqar Husain; Sanjeev S. Seahra
2014-09-22

81

Polymer inflation

  CERN Preprints

Summary: We consider the semi-classical dynamics of a free massive scalar field in a homogeneous and isotropic cosmological spacetime. The scalar field is quantized using the polymer quantization method assuming that it is described by a gaussian coherent state. For quadratic potentials, the semi-classical equations of motion yield a universe that has an early "polymer inflation" phase which is generic and almost exactly de Sitter, followed by a epoch of slow-roll inflation. We compute polymer corrections to the slow roll formalism, and discuss the probability of inflation in this model using a physical Hamiltonian arising from time gauge fixing. These results show the extent to which a quantum gravity motivated quantization method affects early universe dynamics.

Hassan, Syed Moeez; Seahra, Sanjeev S
2014-01-01

82

FACULTY POSITION IN INORGANIC CHEMISTRY Department of Chemistry

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: FACULTY POSITION IN INORGANIC CHEMISTRY Department of Chemistry Syracuse University The Department of Chemistry at Syracuse University invites applications for a tenure track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in inorganic chemistry with specialization in materials chemistry (broadly defined

Doyle, Robert

83

Chem 681 Quantum Chemistry Chemistry 681

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Chem 681 Quantum Chemistry Chemistry 681 Introduction to Quantum Chemistry Fall 2003 BIBLIOGRAPHY volume of the Feynman lectures on physics [4] provides the classic introduction to quantum amplitudes quantum mechanics texts oriented towards chemists. Karplus & Porter [7] Levine [8], Schatz & Ratner [9


84

Univ. Chemistry I Univ. Chem. Lab I

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: Project 1 F,Sp,Su MY4600 (3) Introduction to Polymer Eng. F MY4300 (3) Mechanical Behavior of Materials FCH1150 (3) Univ. Chemistry I F,Sp,Su CH1151 (1) Univ. Chem. Lab I F,Sp,Su ENG1101 (3) Eng. Analysis) Composition F,Sp,Su MY2100 (3) Intro. to Materials Science and Eng. F,Sp,Su ENG1102 (3) Eng. Modeling


85

Univ. Chemistry I Univ. Chem. Lab I

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: ,Sp,Su MY4600 (3) Introduction to Polymer Eng. F MY4300 (3) Mechanical Behavior of Materials F HASS GeneralCH1150 (3) Univ. Chemistry I F,Sp,Su CH1151 (1) Univ. Chem. Lab I F,Sp,Su ENG1101 (3) Eng. Analysis) Composition F,Sp,Su MY2100 (3) Intro. to Materials Science and Eng. F,Sp,Su ENG1102 (3) Eng. Modeling


86

CHEMISTRY 1 Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of

  Multidisciplinary Databases and Resources Websites

Summary: at an overseas university (A) or working in industry (I) or in Medicinal Chemistry (MC) or Maths (MA) / Physics with a Year Abroad [MSci, S, 4: C, C, C, A] [1:2:3:3] F105: Chemistry with a Year in Industry [MSci, S, 5: C:2:3:4] F125: Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry and a Year in Industry [MSci, S, 5: C + MC, C + MC, C, I, C


87

Why chemistry? Chemistry is fundamental: it is the enabling

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: Chemistry Why chemistry? Chemistry is fundamental: it is the enabling science that underlies many technology. A chemistry degree gives you the understanding to contribute to our future in very topical areas) in Chemistry BSc (Hons) in Chemistry MChem (Hons) in Chemistry (with an industrial placement year) MChem (Hons

Sussex, University of

88

2 WelcometotheDepartmentofChemistry 3 WhatisChemistry?

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: Departmentwebsiteisagreatwaytoaccess moreinformationaboutchemistryatUC,see www.chem.canterbury.ac.nz General Chemistry Enquiries Phone: (+64)33642100 Fax: (+64* #12;1 Contents Page 2 WelcometotheDepartmentofChemistry 2 Contacts 3 WhatisChemistry? 4 CareersinChemistry 5 AnUndergraduateDegreeinChemistry 6 ChemistryStreams 12 ChemistryHonoursProgramme 14 Researchand

Hickman, Mark

89

CH 305 Chemistry in Context, 51550 Part 2, Spring 2012 Instructor : Dr. Sara Sutcliffe

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: such as acid rain, recycling of plastics and polymers, drug design and genetic engineering. Course Text of Acid Rain CHAPTER 8: Energy from Electron Transfer CHAPTER 9: The World of Polymers and Plastics: This course continues where CH304K left off. Topics covered include water chemistry, acids and bases, organic


90

Dr. Will Dichtel Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

  Engineering Websites

Summary: McGill Chemical Society Dr. Will Dichtel Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Cornell properties through rational design and chemical synthesis. But simply controlling their chemical structure polymer chemistry that control chemical bonding precisely in two or three dimensions. We organize organic

Barthelat, Francois

91

Modulation of Bone and Nerve Cell Behavior Using Biodegradable Polymer Networks.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??This dissertation presents novel biodegradable and photo-crosslinkable building blocks to achieve polymer networks with controlled surface chemistry, stiffness, and topographical features for investigating cell-material interactions (more)

Cai, Lei
2012-01-01

92

Dielectric Actuation of Polymers

  University of California eScholarship Repository

Summary: cross-linked polymer networks II. Swelling, The Journal ofswelling ratio is determined by the chemical crosslinking density of the polymer andinto the polymer network. Overall, the swelling ratio with

Niu, Xiaofan
2013-01-01

93

Department of Chemistry Honors in Chemistry Research Instructions (Seniors only)

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: Department of Chemistry Honors in Chemistry Research Instructions (Seniors only): All Honors in Chemistry paperwork needs to be completed, signed, and submitted to Chemistry's Director of Undergraduate Studies (John Snyder) by the beginning of the fall academic semester


94

Department of Chemistry Honors in Chemistry Research Instructions (Seniors only)

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: Department of Chemistry Honors in Chemistry Research Instructions (Seniors only): § All Honors in Chemistry paperwork needs to be completed, signed, and submitted to Chemistry's Director of Undergraduate Studies (John Snyder) by the beginning of the fall academic semester


95

Free-electron induced chemistry Theoretical Chemistry Section, BARC, Mumbai

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: Free-electron induced chemistry Theoretical Chemistry Section, BARC, Mumbai Chemical reactions Sajeev Y Theoretical Chemistry Section, BARC, Mumbai Chemical reactions initiated after the resonant Theoretical Chemistry Section, BARC, Mumbai Chemical reactions initiated after the resonant capture low

Shyamasundar, R.K.

96

ISSN 1463-9076 Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: 90002E View Online / Journal Homepage / Table of Contents for this issue #12;www.rsc.org/books Registered Charity Number 207890 RSC Books Defining Chemical Science Content New Series - Coming Soon! Polymer Chemistry, Smart Materials, NMR, New Developments Mass Spectrometry, Food & Nutritional Components


97

2013 WEEKLY BULLETIN DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: in the 10-day intense workshop. Please be advised of the increased traffic in and around IMSERC related field. Expertise in air-free organic synthesis techniques, polymer chemistry (e.g., anionic and controlled/living radical polymerizations), and biomass utilization as well as significant experience

Grzybowski, Bartosz A.

98

Mathematical Modeling of Blood Clotting: The Interplay of Coagulation Chemistry,

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: Mathematical Modeling of Blood Clotting: The Interplay of Coagulation Chemistry, Platelet of a blood clot inside of a blood vessel, a process known as thrombosis, involves the intertwined processes, of aggregated platelets, fibrin polymer mesh, and trapped red and white blood cells. Thrombosis can be initiated

Ciocan-Fontanine, Ionut

99

2014 WEEKLY BULLETIN DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: systems (transition metal complexes, conducting polymers and hybrid systems) in solar energy conversion-chen@northwestern.edu. Department of Chemistry at University of Wisconsin-Platteville is seeking to fill a tenure-track position. This is a non- tenure track position with a university year appointment. Terms and conditions of employment

Grzybowski, Bartosz A.

100

2014 WEEKLY BULLETIN DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: (transition metal complexes, conducting polymers and hybrid systems) in solar energy conversion. This work-chen@northwestern.edu. Department of Chemistry at University of Wisconsin-Platteville is seeking to fill a tenure-track position. This is a non- tenure track position with a university year appointment. Terms and conditions of employment

Grzybowski, Bartosz A.

101

The dielectric properties of polymer-water systems

  Texas A&M University - TxSpace

Summary: THE DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF POLYMER- WATER SYSTEMS A Thesis by JOE BILL LEWIS Submitted to the Graduate College of Texas ARM University in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE December 1976 Major... Subject: Chemistry THE DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF POLYMER- WATER SYSTEMS A Thesis by JOE SILL LEWIS Approved as to style and content by: C z Cnairman, o Comni ttee Head of Department 1 I Member Member December 1976 ABSTRACT The Dielectric...

Lewis, Joe Bill
2012-06-07

102

Counterions at Charged Polymers.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??This work explores the equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical mechanics of small charged particles (counterions) at oppositely charged polymers and cylindrical surfaces. Processes involving charged polymers (more)

Naji, Ali
2005-01-01

103

APPROXIMATE CHEMISTRY 113

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: APPROXIMATE CHEMISTRY 113 Spring 2014 Forensic Science Professors James T. Spencer (jtspence SKILLS: Chemistry 113, Forensic Science, is focused upon the application of scientific methods to Forensic Science) by Richard Saferstein (10th Edition) published by Prentice Hall. Other materials

Doyle, Robert

104

Analytical Chemistry Applied Mathematics

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: Analytical Chemistry Applied Mathematics Architectural Engineering Architecture Architecture/Integrated Building Delivery Biology Biological Engineering Biomedical Engineering Biomedical Imaging & Signals.Admin./Marketing Communication Bus.Admin./Public Admin. Chemical Engineering Chem. Eng./Comp. Sci. Chemistry Civil Engineering

Heller, Barbara

105

Computational Chemistry Robots

  University of Cambridge - Dspace

Summary: Computational Chemistry Robots ACS Sep 2005 Computational Chemistry Robots J. A. Townsend, P. Murray-Rust, S. M. Tyrrell, Y. Zhang jat45@cam.ac.uk Can high-throughput computation provide a reliable experimental resource for molecular...

Townsend, Joseph A; Murray-Rust, Peter; Tyrrell, Simon M; Zhang, Yong

106

Author manuscript, published in "20th International Symposium on Fluorine Chemistry, Kyoto: Japan (2012)" SUPERHYDROPHOBIC/SUPEROLEOPHOBIC SURFACES BY ELECTRODEPOSITION OF FLUORINATED CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS: AN OVERVIEW OF RECENT ADVANCES

  CiteSeer

Summary: Obtaining super-phobic surfaces for liquid dewetting, water and oil for example, are of both theoretical and practical interest, as has been reported in recent reviews. On the one hand, the wettability of rough solid surfaces is governed by their roughness / morphology at the nano/micro scale and their low surface energy materials presented at the extreme surface. On the other hand, the spreading ability of liquids is governed by their surface tension. Hence, the control of surface morphology and wettability using liquid probes of various surface tensions is crucial in the development of non-wetting surfaces. Here, I will present the new advances obtained by our group in the development of superhydrophobic and superoleophobic surfaces by electrodeposition of conductive polymers bearing fluorinated chains [1-4]. This technique is very versatile to produce non-wetting surfaces. Indeed, the surface morphology and as a consequence the surface wettability can be controlled by not only electrochemical parameters but also by tuning the chemical structure of monomers (Fig. 1 shows an example of exceptional example of surface morphology control, from thin fibrils to extremely long fibers, by replacing oxygen atoms by sulfur ones) [1]. O

Thierry Darmanin; Frdric Guittard
2013-01-01

107

Why chemistry? Chemistry is fundamental: it is the enabling science

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: Chemistry Why chemistry? Chemistry is fundamental: it is the enabling science that underlies many technology. A chemistry degree allows you to understand and to contribute to our future. Chemistry is challenging: understanding the very fabric of matter is both stimulating and rewarding. Studying chemistry

Sussex, University of

108

Chemistry Division Department of Biological

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: 1 Chemistry Division Department of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Illinois Institute-13 Chemistry Division invites nominations for Kilpatrick Fellowship for the academic year 2012's Chemistry Department from 1947­1960. Mary Kilpatrick was a chemistry faculty member from 1947

Heller, Barbara

109

Engineering Materials and Chemistry

  Engineering Websites

Summary: ................................................................................................. 10 #12;3 Course staff Dr John Daniels (Materials) Course Coordinator & Lecturer Room 217, School: by appointment A/Prof Stephen Colbran (Chemistry) Lecturer Room 225 Dalton Building (F12) Phone: 9385 4737 s: by appointment Ms Anne Ayres (Chemistry) Chemistry Tutorial and Laboratory Administrator Room 105 Dalton Building

New South Wales, University of

110

CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT HANDBOOKFOR STUDENTS

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT HANDBOOKFOR STUDENTS Millersville University Millersville, Pennsylvania in the ChemistryDepartment. It brings together material not collected in other places and is not meant Resources 2 Programs in Chemistry and The General Education Curriculum Record Form 3 The Major Requirements

Hardy, Christopher R.

111

Adam Benoit Medicinal Chemistry

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: #12;Adam Benoit Medicinal Chemistry Ph.D. Thesis Title: Synthesis and Evaluation of Acridine Country: United States #12;Amit Gangar Medicinal Chemistry Ph.D. Thesis Title: Design and Development Wagner Home Country: India #12;Dan Wang Medicinal Chemistry M.S. Thesis Title: Synthesis and Evaluation

Thomas, David D.

112

Chemistry and Biochemistry Scholarships

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: Chemistry and Biochemistry Scholarships Complete Scholarship Name Application Deadline Date Contact to Chemistry and Biochemistry entering graduate students who have asked for consideration to serve as research senior in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry based on faculty recommendation for undergraduate

Almor, Amit

113

Two-dimensional rare earth coordination polymers involving different coordination modes of thiodiglycolic acid

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Two-dimensional rare earth coordination polymers involving different coordination modes Key Laboratory of Rare Earth Materials Chemistry and Applications, PKU-HKU Joint Laboratory on Rare; Coordination modes; Double-layered structure; Lanthanide 1. Introduction Coordination polymers of rare earth

Gao, Song

114

Carbon Nanotube Reinforced Polymer Nanocomposites: Engineering the Interface at the Nano-Domain

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: Carbon Nanotube Reinforced Polymer Nanocomposites: Engineering the Interface at the Nano-Domain Wei are significantly reduced. Finally, chemical treatments are performed based on the hydroxyl chemistry by grafting. In a second scheme, surfactants are used to tailor the nanotube / polymer interactions by varying the nature

Southern California, University of

115

SelectiueDepositionofGonducting Polymers0nHydroxyl-TerminatedSurfaces

  Physics Websites

Summary: SelectiueDepositionofGonducting Polymers0nHydroxyl-TerminatedSurfaces withPrintedMonolayersofAlkylsiloxanes asTemplates ZheyuanHuang,Pen-ChengWang,andAlanG.MacDiarmid DepartmentofChemistry,the undoped,semiconductive forms of conjugated polymers are used in the fabrication

Prentiss, Mara

116

Transitions of tethered polymer chains: A simulation study with the bond fluctuation lattice model

  Physics Websites

Summary: Transitions of tethered polymer chains: A simulation study with the bond fluctuation lattice model, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio 44325-4001, USA and Department of Chemistry, University of Akron, Akron A polymer chain tethered to a surface may be compact or extended, adsorbed or desorbed, depending

Luettmer-Strathmann, Jutta

117

A Molecular Theory of Polymer Gels Yanbin Huang, Igal Szleifer,*, and Nicholas A. Peppas*,

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: A Molecular Theory of Polymer Gels Yanbin Huang, Igal Szleifer,*, and Nicholas A. Peppas*, School of Chemical Engineering and Department of Chemistry, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana 47907 Received July 23, 2001; Revised Manuscript Received November 14, 2001 ABSTRACT: A new theory for polymer gels

Peppas, Nicholas A.

118

Solid-State Structures of Phenyleneethynylenes: Comparison of Monomers and Polymers

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: Articles Solid-State Structures of Phenyleneethynylenes: Comparison of Monomers and Polymers Uwe H-Conrad zur Loye, and Gu¨nter Lieser Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, The University of South that of the polymer in the solid state. All of the examined PPEs show lamellar morphologies, in which the extended

zur Loye, Hans-Conrad

119

Permittee: Reibenspies, Joseph Department: Chemistry

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: Permittee: Reibenspies, Joseph Department: Chemistry Office Phone: (979)845-9125 Lab Phone: (979/22/2010 AUTHORIZED USE/STORAGE LOCATIONS Building CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY Lab Locations 2407 2409 1420 Primary Bruker AXS NanoStar 189 Chemistry Building 2409 001439 Siemens 05000 240 Chemistry Building Additiol 2407

Meagher, Mary

120

Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Handbook

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: THE CHAIRMAN'S WELCOME 5 CAREER PATHS IN CHEMISTRY AND MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY 6 CHEMISTRY PROGRAMS AT UB 8 TRANSFER STUDENTS--INTRODUCTION 17 INFORMATION FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS 17 TUTORING 19 IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS 20 CHEMISTRY BA PROGRAM 22 CHEMISTRY BS PROGRAM 23 MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY BS PROGRAM 24 MEDICINAL

McCombe, Bruce D.

121

A Novel Noninterpenetrating Polycyclohexane Network: A New Inorganic/Organic Coordination Polymer

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: A Novel Noninterpenetrating Polycyclohexane Network: A New Inorganic/Organic Coordination Polymer. Layland, and Hans-Conrad zur Loye* Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina.7(1) ?3, Z ) 4) and its coordination chemistry with cadmium and cobalt nitrate hydrates investigated. Two

zur Loye, Hans-Conrad

122

Towards Development of a Self-Healing Composite using a Mendable Polymer and

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: , USA 3 Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California Los Angeles 420 Westwood Blvd of Technology, Japan 5 Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California Santa Barbara, CA, USA. The other uses cross-linked polymers with re-mending capability [20]. The present article is concerned

Guo, John Zhanhu

123

A new apparatus for simultaneous observation of optical microscopy and small-angle light scattering measurements of polymers under shear flow

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: * Division of Polymer Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-01, Japan measurements of polymers under shear flow 7:Kume, K. Asakawa+,E. Moses", K. Matsuzaka`" and 7:Hashimoto, Israel + + + Present address: The Hashimoto Polymer Phasing Project, ERATO, Research Development Co

Moses, Elisha

124

SYLLABUS for CHEMISTRY 2310 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 1

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Discussion Leaders: Jacob Acharte, Anna Adams, Kyung-In Baek, Dane Barton, Amanda Bischoff, Walker Clark Chemistry" by Janice Gorzynski Smith, McGraw Hill, 3rd Edition, 2010 [2nd Edition will suffice]. The ebook

Simons, Jack

125

CHEMISTRY 3022-62169 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: of CHEM 3020, focuses of the quantum theoretical foundations of modern chemistry. Topics covered include: Chapters 8 - 18, and other topics as time permits. Attendance: It is your responsibility to attend class

Findley, Gary L.

126

Open Questions about Polymer Interfacial Diffusion STEVE GRANICK,13

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: of Chemistry, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 61801 3 Department of Physics, University of Illinois in polymer physics from the start of our discipline. It seemed obvious to researchers, many years ago that is summarized in text- books.1­4 Interesting modern work does continue, for example, in understanding diffusion

Granick, Steve

127

Polymer Surface Modification Using Microwave-Oven-Generated Plasma

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Polymer Surface Modification Using Microwave-Oven-Generated Plasma Brent T. Ginn and Oliver Steinbock* Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida 32306 with plasma is a frequently used technique to accomplish surface modifi- cations that affect chemical

Steinbock, Oliver

128

Self-assembled monolayer growth on chemically modified polymer surfaces

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: constant (low-k) aromatic hydrocarbon SiLK whose surface chemistry was modified using sulfuric acid, He with sulfuric acid, He plasma, or N2 plasma, the original chemically inert polymer surfaces are functionalized on He and N2 plasma treated surfaces than those treated by sulfuric acid. # 2005 Elsevier B.V. All

Wang, Gwo-Ching

129

Organic Chemistry Laboratory I Fall 2014 Chemistry 341

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: Organic Chemistry Laboratory I ­ Fall 2014 Chemistry 341 Instructor Office Phone Email Office Hours Organic Chemistry - Gilbert & Martin (5th Ed.) Supplemental Text: Organic Chemistry ­ McMurry (8th Ed that someone skilled in the art of chemistry could successfully repeat the experiment. 3. Relevant Data (10 Pts

Nickrent, Daniel L.

130

Organic Chemistry Laboratory II Spring 2014 Chemistry 443

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: Organic Chemistry Laboratory II ­ Spring 2014 Chemistry 443 Instructor Office Phone Email Office Organic Chemistry - Gilbert & Martin (5th Ed.) Supplemental Text: Organic Chemistry ­ McMurry (7th Ed.) Lectures are Mondays at 3 pm in Neckers 240 and Laboratories are in Neckers 203/205 Textbook website: http://thomsonedu.com/chemistry

Nickrent, Daniel L.

131

Organic Chemistry Laboratory II Fall 2014 Chemistry 443

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: Organic Chemistry Laboratory II ­ Fall 2014 Chemistry 443 Instructor Office Phone Email Office Organic Chemistry - Gilbert & Martin (5th Ed.) Supplemental Text: Organic Chemistry ­ McMurry (8th Ed in the art of chemistry could successfully repeat the experiment. 3. Relevant Data (9 Pts.) 4. Results

Nickrent, Daniel L.

132

Chemistry -Bachelor of Science (SCH) Chemistry: ACS Certified

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: Credits CH 2212 Quantitative Analysis 5 UN 1001 Perspectives on Inquiry 3 CH 3510 Physical Chemistry I 3 Intermediate Physical Chemistry 3 CH 1122 University Chemistry-Studio LabII 5 CH 4560 Computational Chemistry 3 UN 1002 World Cultures* 4 CH 3511 Physical Chemistry Lab I 2 UN 2001 Revisions 3 CH 3520 Physical


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Chemistry and Chemical Biology

  Biotechnology Websites

Summary: and interdisciplinary areas, including biochemical solar energy research, artificial photosynthesis and bio-inspired photovoltaics, design, synthesis, and characterization of polymers and nanomaterials, biosensors, computational

Linhardt, Robert J.

134

Subscriber access provided by FORSCHUNGZENTRUM JUELICH The Journal of Physical Chemistry B is published by the American Chemical

  Physics Websites

Summary: Subscriber access provided by FORSCHUNGZENTRUM JUELICH The Journal of Physical Chemistry B Conformational Mechanics of Polymer Adsorption Transitions at Attractive Substrates Monika Mo#ddel, Michael;Conformational Mechanics of Polymer Adsorption Transitions at Attractive Substrates Monika Mo¨ddel, Michael

Bachmann, Michael

135

Soft Matter RSCPublishing This journal is The Royal Society of Chemistry 2013 J. Name., 2013, 00, 1-3 | 1

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: ). It is well-known that surface modifications such as dimples on the surface of golf balls, the ribletSoft Matter RSCPublishing ARTICLE This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry 2013 J. Name of Chemistry 2012 polymers in water can reduce the hydrodynamic drag on moving bodies.14-17 But despite

Chan, Derek Y C

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Teaching Assistants Department of Chemistry

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: to familiarize you with your teaching responsibilities for General Chemistry and Organic Chemistry and to provideGuide for Teaching Assistants Department of Chemistry The University of Chicago #12;© 2012 Department of Chemistry, The University of Chicago (2nd edition) #12;i Preface Welcome to the Chemistry

He, Chuan

137

TU KAISERSLAUTERN DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: TU KAISERSLAUTERN DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY - STUDY GUIDE - H Rb Sr K Ca ...Mn Fe... ONC He P S Br Kr .................................................................................................22 FOOD CHEMISTRY AND TOXICOLOGY: JUN.-Prof. Dr. M. Esselen...............................................................................24 FOOD CHEMISTRY AND TOXICOLOGY: Prof. Dr. E. Richling

Madlener, Klaus

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O'Mahony, Donal E.

161

Artificial Chemistries - A Review

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Mather, Patrick T.

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2011-01-01

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Chester, Shawn Alexander
2011-01-01

172

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Summary: In this paper we study the tunneling using a background independent (polymer) quantization scheme. We show that at low energies, for the tunneling through a single potential barrier, the polymer transmission coefficient and the polymer tunneling time converge to its quantum-mechanical counterparts in a clear fashion. As the energy approaches the maximum these polymer quantities abruptly decrease to zero. We use the transfer matrix method to study the tunneling through a series of identical potential barriers. We obtain that the transmission coefficients (polymer and quantum-mechanical) behave qualitatively in a similar manner, as expected. Finally we show that the polymer tunneling time exhibits anomalous peaks compared with the standard result. Numerical results are also presented.

A. Martn-Ruiz; E. Chan-Lpez; A. Carbajal-Domnguez; J. Bernal
2014-08-28

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Summary: The effects of two types of randomness on the behaviour of directed polymers are discussed in this chapter. The first part deals with the effect of randomness in medium so that a directed polymer feels a random external potential. The second part deals with the RANI model of two directed polymers with heterogeneity along the chain such that the interaction is random. The random medium problem is better understood compared to the RANI model.

Somendra M. Bhattacharjee
2005-05-11

174

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Hickman, Mark

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Cina, Jeff

176

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Yiu, Siu Tung.
2009-01-01

177

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Summary: Proteins, chain molecules of amino acids, behave in ways which are similar to each other yet quite distinct from standard compact polymers. We demonstrate that the Flory theorem, derived for polymer melts, holds for compact protein native state structures and is not incompatible with the existence of structured building blocks such as $\\alpha$-helices and $\\beta$-strands. We present a discussion on how the notion of the thickness of a polymer chain, besides being useful in describing a chain molecule in the continuum limit, plays a vital role in interpolating between conventional polymer physics and the phase of matter associated with protein structures.

Jayanth R. Banavar; Trinh Xuan Hoang; Amos Maritan
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2010-01-01

179

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2012-01-01

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181

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183

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Summary: Melonic graphs constitute the family of graphs arising at leading order in the 1/N expansion of tensor models. They were shown to lead to a continuum phase, reminiscent of branched polymers. We show here that they are in fact precisely branched polymers, that is, they possess Hausdorff dimension 2 and spectral dimension 4/3.

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185

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187

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Summary: Here, we provide an overview of theoretical approaches to semiflexible polymers and their networks. Such semiflexible polymers have large bending rigidities that can compete with the entropic tendency of a chain to crumple up into a random coil. Many studies on semiflexible polymers and their assemblies have been motivated by their importance in biology. Indeed, crosslinked networks of semiflexible polymers form a major structural component of tissue and living cells. Reconstituted networks of such biopolymers have emerged as a new class of biological soft matter systems with remarkable material properties, which have spurred many of the theoretical developments discussed here. Starting from the mechanics and dynamics of individual semiflexible polymers, we review the physics of semiflexible bundles, entangled solutions and disordered cross-linked networks. Finally, we discuss recent developments on marginally stable fibrous networks, which exhibit critical behavior similar to other marginal systems such as j...

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2014-01-01

190

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Summary: Here, we provide an overview of theoretical approaches to semiflexible polymers and their networks. Such semiflexible polymers have large bending rigidities that can compete with the entropic tendency of a chain to crumple up into a random coil. Many studies on semiflexible polymers and their assemblies have been motivated by their importance in biology. Indeed, crosslinked networks of semiflexible polymers form a major structural component of tissue and living cells. Reconstituted networks of such biopolymers have emerged as a new class of biological soft matter systems with remarkable material properties, which have spurred many of the theoretical developments discussed here. Starting from the mechanics and dynamics of individual semiflexible polymers, we review the physics of semiflexible bundles, entangled solutions and disordered cross-linked networks. Finally, we discuss recent developments on marginally stable fibrous networks, which exhibit critical behavior similar to other marginal systems such as jammed soft matter.

Chase P. Broedersz; Fred. C. MacKintosh
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Hong, Byungyou

195

Quasi-elastic Neutron Scattering Investigation of the Hydrogen Surface Self-Diffusion on Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell Catalyst Support

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Summary: in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells, called XC-72. QENS spectra were recorded at the time Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell Catalyst Support Ole-Erich Haas* Department of Chemistry, Norwegian Uni through the backing electrode and catalyst layer in the polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell (PEMFC

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Miami, University of

199

SIMS depth profiling of deuterium labeled polymers in polymer multilayers

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Chemistry in Protoplanetary Disks

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Summary: This comprehensive review summarizes our current understanding of the evolution of gas, solids and molecular ices in protoplanetary disks. Key findings related to disk physics and chemistry, both observationally and theoretically, are highlighted. We discuss which molecular probes are used to derive gas temperature, density, ionization state, kinematics, deuterium fractionation, and study organic matter in protoplanetary disks.

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2013-01-01

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Summary: Chemistry & Biology Brief Communication Natural Product­Guided Discovery of a Fungal Chitinase: dmfvanaalten@dundee.ac.uk DOI 10.1016/j.chembiol.2010.07.018 SUMMARY Natural products are often large as a fungal natural product. It competitively inhibits family 18 chitinases by mimicking

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2004-01-01

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Berdichevsky, Victor

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Plasmas and Polymers, Vol. 8, No. 1, March 2003 ( C 2003) A Comparison of Corona-Treated and Flame-Treated

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CHEMISTRY SENIORS ANNUAL PRIZE COMPETITIONS

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Summary: CHEMISTRY SENIORS ANNUAL PRIZE COMPETITIONS Each spring the Chemistry Department sponsors a competition for two large monetary prizes to be awarded to graduating chemistry majors on Commencement weekend. These endowed prizes are now worth several hundred dollars each and deserve serious competition. The William E

Vertes, Akos

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Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Thesis

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: to the Chemistry Thesis Program should be submitted to the Chemistry Department Main Office in the spring during the senior year. Submit application form to the Department Main Office. The research director Thesis Program" form must be received in the Chemistry Department Main Office office by Sept. 30. October

Kounaves, Samuel P.

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Computing Policy Department of Chemistry

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: Computing Policy Department of Chemistry Michigan Technological University This document describes, reports, structure, charters, etc. Each user of the computing facilities of the Department of Chemistry. Disciplinary action 11. Acronyms 1. Computing facilities in the Department of Chemistry: Most of the computing

Honrath, Richard E.

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4, 71677180, 2004 chemistry module

  Physics Websites

Summary: In the past, many computer models of atmospheric chemistry have been developed. Since each was aimedACPD 4, 7167­7180, 2004 The MECCA chemistry module R. Sander et al. Title Page Abstract/7167/ SRef-ID: 1680-7375/acpd/2004-4-7167 © European Geosciences Union 2004 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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7, 80358085, 2007 Cloud chemistry

  Physics Websites

Summary: ACPD 7, 8035­8085, 2007 Cloud chemistry model intercomparison M. C. Barth et al. Title Page Chemistry and Physics Discussions Cloud-scale model intercomparison of chemical constituent transport #12;ACPD 7, 8035­8085, 2007 Cloud chemistry model intercomparison M. C. Barth et al. Title Page

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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CHEMISTRY 3100 FALL SEMESTER 2005

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: CHEMISTRY 3100 FALL SEMESTER 2005 TEXT: "Chemistry 3100 Notes," (Parts 1-3 and 4-8) Ernst (required) "Inorganic Chemistry," Housecroft and Sharpe (recommended) CLASS: M W F: 8:05 - 9:25 PM, ROOM 140 JTB INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Richard D. Ernst, OFFICE: HEB 2166, Consultation hours ­ generally open, but also

Simons, Jack

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Theoretical Chemistry Theory, Computation, and

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: 1 23 Theoretical Chemistry Accounts Theory, Computation, and Modeling ISSN 1432-881X Volume 128­formate complexes illustrates the viability of the biomimetic ligand for investigating the PDF chemistry. p, while each of the metal centers was therefore seen to be suitable for PDF chemistry, examination

Gherman, Benjamin F.

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Symmetry in chemistry

  CiteSeer

Summary: Symmetry and chemistry have been in a fruitful interplay, initially in spectroscopy and crystallography, lately in more traditional domains of chemistry, such as reactivity and conformational analysis. A simple phenomenological approach suffices to get an idea about the symmetries of molecules whereas group theoretical approach greatly facilitates the understanding of molecular vibrations, electronic structure, and the mechanism of chemical reactions. In our discussion, the multi-level relationship between symmetry and chemistry is demonstrated by a sampler of examples, including the variations of symmetry of free molecules and molecular packing in crystals. Symmetry considerations continue to assist chemistry in systematizing and interpreting observations and also in discovering new reactions, molecules, and other materials. Eugene P. Wigners legacy Eugene P. Wigner taught us that in our studies of phenomena in physics and chemistry we can rely on separating them into two parts. There are the arbitrary, complicated, and unpredictable initial conditions and there are the laws of nature, independent of initial conditions that summarize the regularities. 1 As he further pointed out, symmetry principles play a similar role with respect to the laws of nature as the laws of nature play to the physical phenomena. They provide a structure and coherence to the laws of nature just as the laws of nature provide a structure and coherence to a set of events. 1 In his banquet speech following the Nobel Prize award ceremony in Stockholm in 1963, 2 Wigner quoted his teacher Michael Polanyi when he said that science begins when a body of phenomena In memoriam

Magdolna Hargittai; Istvn Hargittai; Eugene P. Wigner

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Cellular automata for polymer simulation with application to polymer melts and polymer

  Biotechnology Websites

Summary: including isolated polymers in dilute solution, polymers in high density melts and polymers embedded to implement and generalize on both conventional serial hardward and Cellular Automaton (CA) Machines. We from their structure. The high number of conformations of long polymers make conventional computer


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Polymer Protected Gold Nanoparticles.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??Polymer protected gold nanoparticles have successfully been synthesized by both "grafting-from" and "grafting-to" techniques. The synthesis methods of the gold particles were systematically studied. Two (more)

Shan, Jun
2006-01-01

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Physics of thick polymers

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We present the results of analytic calculations and numerical simulations of the behaviour of a new class of chain molecules which we call thick polymers. The concept of the thickness of such a polymer, viewed as a tube, is encapsulated by a special three body interaction and impacts on the behaviour both locally and non-locally. When thick polymers undergo compaction due to an attractive self-interaction, we find a new type of phase transition between a compact phase and a swollen phase at zero temperature on increasing the thickness. In the vicinity of this transition, short tubes form space filling helices and sheets as observed in protein native state structures. Upon increasing the chain length, or the number of chains, we numerically find a crossover from secondary structure motifs to a quite distinct class of structures akin to the semi-crystalline phase of polymers or amyloid fibers in polypeptides.

D. Marenduzzo; A. Flammini; A. Trovato; J. R. Banavar; A. Maritan
2005-08-19

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Polymer quantization and Symmetries

  General Relativity & Quantum Cosmology (arXiv)

Summary: Polymer quantization was discovered during the construction of Loop Quantum Cosmology. For the simplest quantum theory of one degree of freedom, the implications for dynamics were studied for the harmonic oscillator as well as some other potentials. For more degrees of freedom, the possibility of continuous, kinematic symmetries arises. While these are realised on the Hilbert space of polymer quantum mechanics, their infinitesimal versions are not supported. For an invariant Hamiltonian, these symmetry realizations imply infinite degeneracy suggesting that the symmetry should be spontaneously or explicitly broken. The estimation of symmetry violations in some cases have been analysed before. Here we explore the alternative of shifting the arena to the distributional states. We discuss both the polymer quantum mechanics case as well as polymer quantized scalar field.

Ghanashyam Date; Nirmalya Kajuri
2013-02-24

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Online polymer crystallization experiment

  MIT - DSpace

Summary: An architecture for online remote operation of a polymer crystallization experiment was refined, beta tested in actual use conditions, and extended based on feedback from those tests. In addition, an application for ...

Pridmore, Derik A. (Derik Arnold), 1978-
2005-01-01

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Heavily fluorinated electronic polymers

  MIT - DSpace

Summary: Building blocks, containing majority fluorine content by weight, for PPEs and PPVs have been synthesized. Some of the monomers were shown to give exclusively fluorous-phase soluble polymers, the syntheses of which were ...

Lim, Jeewoo
2011-01-01

226

Knots in Charged Polymers

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: The interplay of topological constraints and Coulomb interactions in static and dynamic properties of charged polymers is investigated by numerical simulations and scaling arguments. In the absence of screening, the long-range interaction localizes irreducible topological constraints into tight molecular knots, while composite constraints are factored and separated. Even when the forces are screened, tight knots may survive as local (or even global) equilibria, as long as the overall rigidity of the polymer is dominated by the Coulomb interactions. As entanglements involving tight knots are not easy to eliminate, their presence greatly influences the relaxation times of the system. In particular, we find that tight knots in open polymers are removed by diffusion along the chain, rather than by opening up. The knot diffusion coefficient actually decreases with its charge density, and for highly charged polymers the knot's position appears frozen.

Paul G. Dommersnes; Yacov Kantor; Mehran Kardar
2002-07-10

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Chemistry 365 Useful Information

  Physics Websites

Summary: Avogadro´s Number = 6. 022169 ? 1023 1atm = 1. 01325 ? 105 J/m3 Geometric Series: M i=0 xi = (1 - xM+1 ) (1 - x) (1 - x)-1 as M for |x| Stirling´s Approximation: ln(N!) N ln(N) - N - dx e-ax2, 2001 #12;Chemistry 365 -2- Quiz II 1. (20%) Draw structures, state the number of vibrational modes

Ronis, David M.

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Chemistry in Bioinformatics

  University of Cambridge - Dspace

Summary: Data, is more likely than mainstream chemistry to adopt new approaches. The benefits of open access include higher quality, greater availability, and development of the Biochemical Semantic Web where robots mine text and data as a basis for knowledge... suspicious of robotic data extrac- tion and continue to rely on manually curated secondary publications whose philosophy has barely altered over 120 years. Such sources are necessarily incomplete in time, coverage and coverage of information types...

Murray-Rust, Peter; Mitchell, John B O; Rzepa, Henry S
2005-06-07

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Branched Polymer Revisited

  HEP - Theory (arXiv)

Summary: We show that correlation functions for branched polymers correspond to those for $\\phi^3$ theory with a single mass insertion, not those for the $\\phi^3$ theory themselves, as has been widely believed. In particular, the two-point function behaves as 1/p^4, not as 1/p^2. This behavior is consistent with the fact that the Hausdorff dimension of the branched polymer is four.

Hajime Aoki; Satoshi Iso; Hikaru Kawai; Yoshihisa Kitazawa
1999-09-10

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Polymers in disordered environments

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: A brief review of our recent studies aiming at a better understanding of the scaling behaviour of polymers in disordered environments is given. The main emphasis is on a simple generic model where the polymers are represented by (interacting) self-avoiding walks and the disordered environment by critical percolation clusters. The scaling behaviour of the number of conformations and their average spatial extent as a function of the number of monomers and the associated critical exponents $\\gamma$ and $\

V. Blavatska; N. Fricke; W. Janke
2014-11-18

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FRONTIERS IN CHEMISTRY

  CiteSeer

Summary: and any re-production can be done only with prior permission from the centre. This is the third in the series of ebooks from the National Centre for Catalysis Research and the first upload of the chapters of this book was on 7th April 2007. PREFACE The Childrens Club science programme has always been a challenge to us. In the past we have been conducting this programme for a number of years without any break. Every time, by a conscious effort, a theme has been chosen and all the presentations have been revolving around the theme chosen. This year Frontiers in Chemistry has been chosen as the theme, since it is felt that Chemistry is changing its face to a great extent due to its overlap on side with mathematics and physics and on the other side with biology. This overlap on both extremes has resulted chemistry to loose its original colour and it now exhibits a variety of colours like a rainbow. The chemical processes have to change its inventory to bio sources and the chemical industry may turn out to be a biochemical based in the coming decade. We have already

National Centre

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Synthesis of Mid-Chain Functionalized Polymers.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??Polymers with mid-chain alkoxyamine functionality were synthesized by activating monohalogenated polymers in the presence of nitroso or nitrone radical traps. The resulting polymers were either (more)

Radzinski, Scott
2012-01-01

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Electrochromic Polymers for Easily Processed Devices John R. Reynolds,* Avni A. Argun, Irina Schwendeman,

  Physics Websites

Summary: Departments of Chemistry and Physics Center for Macromolecular Science and Engineering University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32611 Conjugated electroactive polymers offer a broad set of new materials shown to switch between deep blue and reflective gold states. These devices also allow

Tanner, David B.

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Coordinate-space formulation of polymer lattice cluster theory David Baker

  Biotechnology Websites

Summary: of a collection of flexible polymers.2o An off-lattice version of this cluster expansion has also been developedBiophysics and Biochemistry, University ofCalifornia at San Francisco, California 94143-0448 Hue Sun Chan and Ken A. Dill Department ofPharmaceutical Chemistry, University of California at San Francisco, California 94143

Baker, David

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LETTER doi:10.1038/nature13982 Catalysts from synthetic genetic polymers

  Geosciences Websites

Summary: -dating the appearanceofproteinenzymes.DNAalsodemonstratesthecapacityto fold into three-dimensional structures and form catalysts3 for folding or the evolution of cata- lysis is not known. The ability of synthetic genetic polymers (XNAs) with alternative backbone chemistries not found in nature to fold

Cambridge, University of

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Collision Cascade and Sputtering Process in a Polymer A. Delcorte* and P. Bertrand

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: projectiles. To obtain a realistic picture of the dynamics for an organic material, we used the new adaptative that are sensitive to the chemistry of the outermost surface layer and, if possible, are quantitative. In the past systems, set the stage for examining organic crystals, large molecular adsorbates, or thick polymer layers


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The controlled formation of ordered, sinusoidal structures by plasma oxidation of an elastomeric polymer

  Physics Websites

Summary: . This process involves: i heating the PDMS to cause it to expand; ii exposing it to an oxygen plasma to generateThe controlled formation of ordered, sinusoidal structures by plasma oxidation of an elastomeric polymer Ned Bowden, Wilhelm T. S. Huck, Kateri E. Paul, and George M. Whitesidesa) Department of Chemistry

Prentiss, Mara

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Study of the Characteristics of Organic Thin Film Transistors with Plasma-Polymer Gate Dielectrics

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: Study of the Characteristics of Organic Thin Film Transistors with Plasma-Polymer Gate Dielectrics? Department of Chemistry and Institute of Basic Science, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon 440-746, Korea 1) were investigated. The gate dielectrics were deposited by plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition

Boo, Jin-Hyo

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Title of Document: PLASMA-SURFACE INTERACTIONS OF MODEL POLYMERS FOR ADVANCED

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: , Department of Material Science and Engineering Plasma processing of advanced photoresist (PR) materials/Ar discharges. The effects of process time, PR material, bias and source power, pressure and gas chemistry (C4F8 for processing PR materials. #12;PLASMA-SURFACE INTERACTIONS OF MODEL POLYMERS FOR ADVANCED PHOTORESIST SYSTEMS

Anlage, Steven

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Smectic Polymer Vesicles

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: Polymer vesicles are stable robust vesicles made from block copolymer amphiphiles. Recent progress in the chemical design of block copolymers opens up the exciting possibility of creating a wide variety of polymer vesicles with varying fine structure, functionality and geometry. Polymer vesicles not only constitute useful systems for drug delivery and micro/nano-reactors but also provide an invaluable arena for exploring the ordering of matter on curved surfaces embedded in three dimensions. By choosing suitable liquid-crystalline polymers for one of the copolymer components one can create vesicles with smectic stripes. Smectic order on shapes of spherical topology inevitably possesses topological defects (disclinations) that are themselves distinguished regions for potential chemical functionalization and nucleators of vesicle budding. Here we report on glassy striped polymer vesicles formed from amphiphilic block copolymers in which the hydrophobic block is a smectic liquid crystal polymer containing cholesteryl-based mesogens. The vesicles exhibit two-dimensional smectic order and are ellipsoidal in shape with defects, or possible additional budding into isotropic vesicles, at the poles.

Lin Jia; Amin Cao; Daniel Levy; Bing Xu; Pierre-Antoine Albouy; Xiangjun Xing; Mark J. Bowick; Min-Hui Li
2009-04-17

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Theory for polymer coils with necklaces of micelles

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: If many micelles adsorb onto the same polymer molecule then they are said to form a necklace. A minimal model of such a necklace is proposed and shown to be almost equivalent to a 1-dimensional fluid with nearest-neighbour interactions. The thermodynamic functions of this fluid are obtained and then used to predict the change in the critical micellar concentration of the surfactant in the presence of the polymer. If the amount of polymer is not too large there are two critical micellar concentrations, one for micelles in necklaces and one for free micelles.

Richard P. Sear
1997-08-11

242

MChem (Single Honours Degrees) Chemistry with External Placement

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: 62 Chemistry MChem (Single Honours Degrees) Chemistry Chemistry with External Placement Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry and External Placement Materials Chemistry Materials Chemistry with External Placement MChem"With"Degrees Honours in which the majority of the course deals

Brierley, Andrew

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UCLA Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Doctoral Committee Nomination Form

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: UCLA Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Chemistry Doctoral Committee Nomination Form* RANK** ________________________________ Chemistry/Biochemistry _________________ Committee Chair/Faculty Advisor ________________________________ Chemistry/Biochemistry

Levine, Alex J.

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Supramolecular Chemistry On Carbon Dioxide.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??Rudkevich, Dmitry This dissertation describes approaches towards designs, syntheses, characterizations, and applications of supramolecular chemistry on carbon dioxide. Chapter 1 briefly overviews the field of (more)

Zhang, Hexiang
2008-01-01

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ACCESS VIII ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY COLLOQUIUM

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Administration (NASA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the National Science with representatives of the principal federal government agencies that fund atmospheric chemistry research

Cohen, Ronald C.

246

Black Hole Chemistry

  General Relativity & Quantum Cosmology (arXiv)

Summary: The mass of a black hole has traditionally been identified with its energy. We describe a new perspective on black hole thermodynamics, one that identifies the mass of a black hole with chemical enthalpy, and the cosmological constant as thermodynamic pressure. This leads to an understanding of black holes from the viewpoint of chemistry, in terms of concepts such as Van der Waals fluids, reentrant phase transitions, and triple points. Both charged and rotating black holes exhibit novel chemical-type phase behaviour, hitherto unseen.

David Kubiznak; Robert B. Mann
2014-04-08

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An Evolvable Artificial Chemistry

  CiteSeer

Summary: This paper describes an artificial chemistry featuring atoms and molecules moving and colliding in a continuous manner in a viscous fluid filling a 2D cellular space. Chemical reactions are mappings of discrete cellular configurations to parameterized actions on atoms. Actions allow atom creation and destruction, bonding and unbonding to make and break molecules, orientation, type change, and propulsion. Actions are easily added in this extensible model. An example involving a complex "foraging" reaction is provided as a demonstration of the capabilities of the framework. The reaction rules can be evolved by a genetic algorithm to exhibit a desired set of reactions. A portion of the foraging reaction was evolved to demonstrate this.

Featuring Continuous Physics

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Chemistry UMass Lowell Commonwealth Honors Track

  Engineering Websites

Summary: Chemistry UMass Lowell Commonwealth Honors Track Scholarship Rises. Freshman Year/ Fall Semester Cr) Honors Chemistry I 3 84.136 (H) Honors Chemistry II 3 84.123 (H) Honors Chemistry I Lab 1 84.124 (H) Honors Chemistry II Lab 1 92.131 Calculus I 4 92.132 Honors Calculus II 4 Hon 110 Honors FYSH (AH) 3 Gen

Massachusetts at Lowell, University of

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179Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Catalogue 201415

  Engineering Websites

Summary: 179Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Catalogue 2014­15 Department of Chemistry Chairperson: Karam, Pierre M. Instructors: Abi Rafi, Randa A.; Deeb, Hana H.; Sadek, Samar A. BS in Chemistry Mission Statement The Chemistry Department provides liberal arts and professional education in chemistry


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College of Science Department ofChemistry

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: College of Science 09 Department ofChemistry 13 #12;1 Contents Disclaimer While every effort has been taken to ensure the information in this Chemistry Handbook is accurate and up to date to the Department of Chemistry 2 Course Advice 3 What is Chemistry? 4 Career Profiles in Chemistry 5

Hickman, Mark

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Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Student Spring 2012

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Student Tutors Spring 2012 (All arrangements are solely between.axelrod@mail.utexas.edu Organic Chemistry Chris Bates chrismbates@gmail.com General Chemistry Lecture/Lab Organic Chemistry Amy Bonaparte abonaparte@mail.utexas.edu General and Organic Chemistry Shelly Casciato slcasciato


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College of Science Department of Chemistry

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: College of Science Department of Chemistry CHEMISTRY MINOR CHECKSHEET For students graduating in calendar year 2012 I. Required Courses (19 hours) CHEM 1035 1 -10362 General Chemistry (3) ____ (3) ____ CHEM 1045 3 -10464 General Chemistry Labs (1) ____ (1) ____ CHEM 2535-2536 Organic Chemistry (3

Crawford, T. Daniel

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Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Student Summer 2012

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Student Tutors Summer 2012 (All arrangements are solely between.axelrod@mail.utexas.edu Organic Chemistry Chris Bates chrismbates@gmail.com General Chemistry Lecture/Lab Organic Chemistry Amy Bonaparte abonaparte@mail.utexas.edu General and Organic Chemistry Shelly Casciato slcasciato


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College of Science Department of Chemistry

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: College of Science Department of Chemistry CHEMISTRY MINOR CHECKSHEET For students graduating in calendar year 2014 I. Required Courses (19 hours) CHEM 1035 1 -10362 General Chemistry (3) ____ (3) ____ CHEM 1045 3 -10464 General Chemistry Labs (1) ____ (1) ____ CHEM 2535-2536 Organic Chemistry (3

Crawford, T. Daniel

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College of Science Department of Chemistry

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: College of Science Department of Chemistry CHEMISTRY MINOR CHECKSHEET For students graduating in calendar year 2015 I. Required Courses (19 hours) CHEM 1035 1 -10362 General Chemistry (3) ____ (3) ____ CHEM 1045 3 -10464 General Chemistry Labs (1) ____ (1) ____ CHEM 2535-2536 Organic Chemistry (3

Crawford, T. Daniel

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College of Science Department of Chemistry

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: College of Science Department of Chemistry CHEMISTRY MINOR CHECKSHEET For students graduating in calendar year 2013 I. Required Courses (19 hours) CHEM 1035 1 -10362 General Chemistry (3) ____ (3) ____ CHEM 1045 3 -10464 General Chemistry Labs (1) ____ (1) ____ CHEM 2535-2536 Organic Chemistry (3

Crawford, T. Daniel

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Study Abroad in Chemistry and Biochemistry

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: Study Abroad in Chemistry and Biochemistry Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry York Hall for courses that may fulfill Chemistry and/or Biochemistry & other requirements to add to your Academic Planning Form Meet with your Chemistry and/or Biochemistry & college advisors Study Abroad as a Chemistry/Biochemistry

Gleeson, Joseph G.

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Effect of polymer-polymer interactions on the surface tension of colloid-polymer mixtures

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: The density profile and surface tension for the interface of phase-separated colloid-polymer mixtures have been studied in the framework of the square gradient approximation for both ideal and interacting polymers in good solvent. The calculations show that in the presence of polymer-polymer excluded volume interactions the interfaces have lower widths and surface tensions compared to the case of ideal polymers. These results are a direct consequence of the shorter range and smaller depth of the depletion potential between colloidal particles induced by interacting polymers.

A. Moncho-Jorda; B. Rotenberg; A. A. Louis
2003-09-10

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Chem 3890 Physical Chemistry I Fall 2011 Chemistry 3890

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: to obtain a hardcopy of your notebook is to Save As > PDF Document, and then Print the *.pdf file. Problem 1Chem 3890 Physical Chemistry I Fall 2011 Chemistry 3890 Problem Set 1 Fall 2011 Due: in class, Friday, September 9 Last revised: August 26, 2011 This problem set is a whirlwind tutorial of Mathematica


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Chemistry 687: Statistical Mechanics and Chemistry Syllabus: Spring 2014

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: Chemistry 687: Statistical Mechanics and Chemistry Syllabus: Spring 2014 Instructor: Prof. John D to Modern Statistical Mechanics - D. Chandler ISBN: 0195042778 Other suggested texts: (2) Introduction to Statistical Thermodynamics (Dover) - T. Hill ISBN: 0486652424 (3) Elementary Statistical Physics (Dover) by C

Weeks, John D.

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CHEMISTRY 1220 General Chemistry II Syllabus Course Description

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: ourselves. Instructors Dr. Charles H. Atwood MWF 11:50 AM ­ 12:40 PM Classroom HEB 2008 North Henry Eyring Chemistry Building, Rm. 2174 (801) 581-5074 Mr. Jeff Statler MWF 7:30 - 8:20 AM Classroom HEB 2008 North- 0-8400-6532-2 Turning Technologies PRS Clicker Survival Guide for General Chemistry with Math Review

Simons, Jack

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FNH 301 FOOD CHEMISTRY I Principles of Food Chemistry

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: of Agricultural Food Chemistry (available in McMl library) Journals of Food Science and Food Research for the course, but helpful for group projects. Food Technology (available in Woodward library) Journal International (McMl and Woodward libraries) Journal of Food Chemistry (available in McMl library) Food Nutrition

Farrell, Anthony P.

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Mesoporous silica/polymer nanocomposites.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??New approaches through grafting initiators onto the surface of inner-wall of mesoporous silica to synthesize polymer inside the nano-channels to obtain mesoporous silica/polymer nanocomposites were (more)

Liu, Yi
2009-01-01

264

Solution Assembly of Conjugated Polymers.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??This dissertation focuses on the solution-state polymer assembly of conjugated polymers with specific attention to nano- and molecular-scale morphology. Understanding how to control these structures (more)

Bokel, Felicia
2013-01-01

265

Colloid-Induced Polymer Compression

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We consider a model mixture of hard colloidal spheres and non-adsorbing polymer chains in a theta solvent. The polymer component is modelled as a polydisperse mixture of effective spheres, mutually noninteracting but excluded from the colloids, with radii that are free to adjust to allow for colloid-induced compression. We investigate the bulk fluid demixing behaviour of this model system using a geometry-based density-functional theory that includes the polymer size polydispersity and configurational free energy, obtained from the exact radius-of-gyration distribution for an ideal (random-walk) chain. Free energies are computed by minimizing the free energy functional with respect to the polymer size distribution. With increasing colloid concentration and polymer-to-colloid size ratio, colloidal confinement is found to increasingly compress the polymers. Correspondingly, the demixing fluid binodal shifts, compared to the incompressible-polymer binodal, to higher polymer densities on the colloid-rich branch, stabilizing the mixed phase.

A. R. Denton; M. Schmidt
2003-02-28

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Fluctuations of ring polymers

  CERN Preprints

Summary: We present an exact solution for the distribution of sample averaged monomer to monomer distance of ring polymers. For non-interacting and weakly-interacting models these distributions correspond to the distribution of the area under the reflected Bessel bridge and the Bessel excursion respectively, and are shown to be identical in dimension d greater or equal 2. A symmetry of the problem reveals that dimension d and 4 minus d are equivalent, thus the celebrated Airy distribution describing the areal distribution of the one dimensional Brownian excursion describes also a polymer in three dimensions. For a self-avoiding polymer in dimension d we find numerically that the fluctuations of the scaled averaged distance are nearly identical in dimensions 2 and 3, and are well described to a first approximation by the non-interacting excursion model in dimension 5.

Medalion, Shlomi; Meirovitch, Hagai; Barkai, Eli; Kessler, David A
2015-01-01

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Polydisperse star polymer solutions

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We analyze the effect of polydispersity in the arm number on the effective interactions, structural correlations and the phase behavior of star polymers in a good solvent. The effective interaction potential between two star polymers with different arm numbers is derived using scaling theory. The resulting expression is tested against monomer-resolved molecular dynamics simulations. We find that the theoretical pair potential is in agreement with the simulation data in a much wider polydispersity range than other proposed potentials. We then use this pair potential as an input in a many-body theory to investigate polydispersity effects on the structural correlations and the phase diagram of dense star polymer solutions. In particular we find that a polydispersity of 10%, which is typical in experimental samples, does not significantly alter previous findings for the phase diagram of monodisperse solutions.

Christian von Ferber; Arben Jusufi; Martin Watzlawek; Christos N. Likos; Hartmut Lowen
2000-07-31

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Crop Protection Chemistry

  CiteSeer

Summary: Through its internationally recognized membership and project teams, the Division of Chemistry and the Environment (DCE) will provide unbiased and timely authoritative reviews on the behavior of chemical compounds in food and the environment. The DCE will undertake both fundamental and applied evaluations that contribute to solving environmental problems and enhancing the quality of food on a global scale (revised May-2004). 1.2 Organization The Division Committee is currently comprised of 10 TMs, 7 AMs, and 6 NRs. The 7 th AM was a new position added during 2004 to accommodate a closer working relationship with IOCD. A new Division President assumed responsibilities during 2004. Several of the newly elected members for the 2004-2005 biennium are from outside the IUPAC family and have brought fresh perspectives. The work of the Division Committee is assisted by the efforts of several subcommittees, which help identify new priority project areas, stimulate proposals and recruit potential project leaders, and facilitate external communication encompassing the broad areas of environmental and food chemistry:

Kenneth D. Racke
2003-01-01

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Tufts University Department of Chemistry Changes to Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry courses effective Fall 2013

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Tufts University Department of Chemistry Changes to Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry courses Professions Advising, the Chemistry Department is pleased to announce changes to the chemistry curriculum in their studies at Tufts. These changes are designed to benefit Chemistry, ACS-Certified Chemistry

Kounaves, Samuel P.

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Microfabrication: Conjugated Polymer Actuators

  CiteSeer

Summary: Conjugated polymers actuators can be operated in aqueous media, which makes them attractive for laboratories-on-a-chip and applications in physiological conditions. One of the most stable conjugated polymers under these conditions is polypyrrole, which can be patterned using standard photolithography. Polypyrrole-gold bilayer actuators that bend out of the plane of the wafer have been microfabricated in our laboratory. These can be used to move and position other micro-components. We review the current status of these microactuators, outlining the methods used to fabricate them. We describe the devices that have been demonstrated as well as some potential future applications.

Edwin W. H. Jager; Elisabeth Smela; Olle Ingans
2001-01-01

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Irreversibility and Polymer Adsorption

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: Physisorption or chemisorption from dilute polymer solutions often entails irreversible polymer-surface bonding. We present a theory of the non-equilibrium layers which result. While the density profile and loop distribution are the same as for equilibrium layers, the final layer comprises a tightly bound inner part plus an outer part whose chains make only fN surface contacts where N is chain length. The contact fractions f follow a broad distribution, P(f) ~ f^{-4/5}, in rather close agreement with strong physisorption experiments [H. M. Schneider et al, Langmuir v.12, p.994 (1996)].

Ben O'Shaughnessy; Dimitrios Vavylonis
2002-09-20

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Position Description Research Associate Medicinal Chemistry

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Position Description Research Associate ­ Medicinal Chemistry Position, is currently looking for Research Associates in medicinal chemistry. The individuals Qualifications: * B.S. in organic chemistry * At 2-4 years of full-time laboratory


273

Department of Chemistry Table of Contents

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: in Bioinorganic Chemistry, ACS/EPA Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award, Humboldt Award for Senior U for Environmental Research and the ACS Hancock Memorial Scholarships in Green Chemistry. More honors are detailed

Kurnikova, Maria

274

Rynda C. Hudman Department of Chemistry

  Geosciences Websites

Summary: Rynda C. Hudman Department of Chemistry University of California, Berkeley B47 Hilderbrand Berkeley 2001. RESEARCH INTERESTS Atmospheric chemistry; regional and global tropospheric chemical transport quality; climate change effects on forest fire emissions; ozone and reactive nitrogen chemistry; satellite

Hudman, Rynda

275

Chemistry 365: Quiz II (2007) David Ronis

  Physics Websites

Summary: Chemistry 365: Quiz II (2007) © David Ronis McGill University Chemistry 365 Quiz II (2007) Useful for the equilibrium constant, K ; be sure to define any sym- bols you use. March 15, 2007 Over... #12;Chemistry 365 -2

Ronis, David M.

276

Chemistry 365: Quiz I (2007) David Ronis

  Physics Websites

Summary: Chemistry 365: Quiz I (2007) © David Ronis McGill University Chemistry 365: Quiz I (2007) Useful correspond? February 7, 2007 Over... #12;Chemistry 365 -2- Quiz I (2007) b) All other things being equal

Ronis, David M.

277

Chemistry 365: Quiz II (2008) David Ronis

  Physics Websites

Summary: Chemistry 365: Quiz II (2008) © David Ronis McGill University Chemistry 365: Quiz II (2008) Useful... #12;Chemistry 365 -2- Quiz II (2008) b) Write out a molecular expression for the equilibrium constant

Ronis, David M.

278

Chemistry 365: Quiz II (2006) David Ronis

  Physics Websites

Summary: Chemistry 365: Quiz II (2006) © David Ronis McGill University Chemistry 365 Quiz II (2006) Useful. ______________________________________________________________________________ March 16, 2006 Over... #12;Chemistry 365 -2- Quiz II (2006) 1. (20%) Draw structures, state the number

Ronis, David M.

279

Abel Mndez Department of Physics and Chemistry

  Geosciences Websites

Summary: Abel Méndez Department of Physics and Chemistry University of Puerto Rico of Physics and Chemistry University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo Appointments is an Associate Professor of the Department of Physics and Chemistry at University

Gilbes, Fernando

280

Medicinal Chemistry and Enzyme Kinetics

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Gao, Chemistry Don Truhlar, Chemistry February 2007 #12;Zn Metalloprotein Force Field Design ·Zn: unusual coordination, charge distribution at transition states in important metalloenzymes such as MMP-3 of bioavailability and ADMETox in drug design See a separate research highlight on solvation for further medicinal

Truhlar, Donald G

281

CHEMISTRY 3100 FALL SEMESTER 2012

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: CHEMISTRY 3100 FALL SEMESTER 2012 TEXT: "Chemistry 3100 Notes," (Parts 1-3 and 4-8) Ernst (required be beneficial to look over the appropriate chapters in the recommended text, prior to coverage in class, which, October 19, 2012 #12;MISSED EXAMS: No make-up exams will be given without documentation of significant

Simons, Jack

282

E RADTH CHEMISTRY OF PROTACTINIUM

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: 546.9 " - E RADTH CHEMISTRY OF PROTACTINIUM -- . .-. -- --.. -- -- BY H. W. KIRBY rrLREVIEWS OF ~ cHEM-IsTiY PROTACTINIUM q **.9******q 9mm*me*a***m*.***e* CHEMISTRY OF 1,, 20 3q 4. 5. ~.; 7* 8. General Metallic PROTACTINIUM *o.o..........o..B Protactinium Solub,.leSalts of Protactinium Insoluble


283

COURSE GUIDE PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: COURSE GUIDE FOR PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II FCH 361 Spring 2011 State University of New York College-2011 Acknowledgments This course guide is based on the ones I developed for FCH 360, Physical Chemistry I. The inspiration for those course guides came largely from Chuck Spuches of the Instructional Development

Dibble, Theodore

284

Student Orientation Guide Organic Chemistry

  Engineering Websites

Summary: Student Orientation Guide CHEM N3AL Organic Chemistry June 22-August 14, 2015 Organic Chemistry-lab and lab report). Summer Session Online Tutorials The following are helpful Canvas tutorials to prepare you Picture tutorial Set your notification preferences (you can choose to receive course communication through

Rubin, Yoram

285

Wet Chemistry experiments on the 2007 Phoenix Mars Scout Lander mission: Data analysis and results

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Wet Chemistry experiments on the 2007 Phoenix Mars Scout Lander mission: Data analysis and results performed using the Wet Chemistry Laboratories on the 2007 Phoenix Mars Scout Lander. One soil sample (Sorceress 1 and Sorceress 2). When mixed with water in a $1:25 soil to solution ratio (by volume), a portion

Kounaves, Samuel P.

286

A Statistical Theory of cosolvent-induced coil-globule transitions in dilute polymer solution

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We present a statistical model of a dilute polymer solution in good solvent in the presence of low-molecular weight cosolvent. We investigate the conformational changes of the polymer induced by a change of the cosolvent concentration and the type of interaction between the cosolvent and the polymer. We describe the polymer in solution by the Edwards model, where the partition function of the polymer chain with a fixed radius of gyration is described in the framework of the mean-field approximation. The contributions of polymer-cosolvent and the cosolvent-cosolvent interactions in the total Helmholtz free energy are treated also within the mean-field approximation. For convenience we separate the system volume on two parts: the volume occupied by the polymer chain expressed through its gyration volume and the bulk solution. Considering the equilibrium between the two subvolumes we obtain the total Helmholtz free energy of the solution as a function of radius of gyration and the cosolvent concentration within gyration volume. After minimization of the total Helmholtz free energy with respect to its arguments we obtain a system of coupled equations with respect to the radius of gyration of the polymer chain and the cosolvent concentration within the gyration volume. Varying the interaction strength between polymer and cosolvent we show that the polymer collapse occurs in two cases - either when the interaction between polymer and cosolvent is repulsive or when the interaction is attractive. The reported effects could be relevant for different disciplines where conformational transitions of macromolecules in the presence of a cosolvent are of interest, in particular in biology, chemistry and material science.

Yu. A. Budkov; A. L. Kolesnikov; N. Georgi; M. G. Kiselev
2014-11-07

287

128 Department of Chemistry Graduate Catalogue 201415

  Engineering Websites

Summary: complexes and their reactions; discotic liquid crystals; synthesis of electron-deficient materials; photophysical and biophysical chemistry; probe chemistry; use of the reductive properties of Zero Valent Iron


288

Different pretreatment chemistry/residence time combinations

  Renewable Energy Websites

Summary: · Different pretreatment chemistry/residence time combinations are possible using these multiple pretreatment system for a wide range of pretreatment chemistries Integrated Biorefinery Research Facility


289

American Chemical Society DIVISON OF CARBOHYDRATE CHEMISTRY

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: American Chemical Society DIVISON OF CARBOHYDRATE CHEMISTRY CLAUDE S. HUDSON AWARD The Claude S to carbohydrate chemistry in education, research, or applications. The award is presented biannually. Recipients

Chen, Xi

290

Primordial polymer perturbations

  General Relativity & Quantum Cosmology (arXiv)

Summary: We study the generation of primordial fluctuations in pure de Sitter inflation where the quantum scalar field dynamics are governed by polymer (not Schrodinger) quantization. This quantization scheme is related to, but distinct from, the structures employed in Loop Quantum Gravity; and it modifies standard results above a polymer energy scale $M_{\\star}$. We recover the scale invariant Harrison Zel'dovich spectrum for modes that have wavelengths bigger than $M_{\\star}^{-1}$ at the start of inflation. The primordial spectrum for modes with initial wavelengths smaller than $M_{\\star}^{-1}$ exhibits oscillations superimposed on the standard result. The amplitude of these oscillations is proportional to the ratio of the inflationary Hubble parameter $H$ to the polymer energy scale. For reasonable choices of $M_{\\star}$, we find that polymer effects are likely unobservable in CMB angular power spectra due to cosmic variance uncertainty, but future probes of baryon acoustic oscillations may be able to directly constrain the ratio $H/M_{\\star}$.

Sanjeev S. Seahra; Iain A. Brown; Golam Mortuza Hossain; Viqar Husain
2012-07-28

291

Sedimentation of Knotted Polymers

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We investigate the sedimentation of knotted polymers by means of stochastic rotation dynamics, a molecular dynamics algorithm that takes hydrodynamics fully into account. We show that the sedimentation coefficient s, related to the terminal velocity of the knotted polymers, increases linearly with the average crossing number n_c of the corresponding ideal knot. To the best of our knowledge, this provides the first direct computational confirmation of this relation, postulated on the basis of experiments in "The effect of ionic conditions on the conformations of supercoiled DNA. I. sedimentation analysis" by Rybenkov et al., for the case of sedimentation. Such a relation was previously shown to hold with simulations for knot electrophoresis. We also show that there is an accurate linear dependence of s on the inverse of the radius of gyration R_g^-1, more specifically with the inverse of the R_g component that is perpendicular to the direction along which the polymer sediments. When the polymer sediments in a slab, the walls affect the results appreciably. However, R_g^-1 remains to a good precision linearly dependent on n_c. Therefore, R_g^-1 is a good measure of a knot's complexity.

Joonas Piili; Davide Marenduzzo; Kimmo Kaski; Riku Linna
2012-09-14

292

ENG BE/ME/MS 504: Polymers and Soft Materials GRS PY 744: Polymer Physics.

  Biotechnology Websites

Summary: and comparison with light and neutron scattering experiments. 2. Polymer solutions and phase behavior. Polymers temperature and coil-globule transition. Osmotic compressibility and scattering experiments on polymer

Vajda, Sandor

293

ENG BE/ME/MS 504: Polymers and Soft Materials GRS PY 744: Polymer Physics.

  Biotechnology Websites

Summary: and neutron scattering experiments. 3. Polymer solutions, blends and phase behavior. Polymers in solutions and coil-globule transition. Osmotic compressibility and scattering experiments on polymer solutions

Vajda, Sandor

294

Charge Transport In Conducting Polymers, Polymer-Carbon Nanotube Composites And Devices.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??The Thesis reports charge transport studies on conducting polymers, polymer carbon nanotube composites and organic semiconductor devices. Conducting and semiconducting polymers consisting of ?-conjugated chains (more)

Sangeeth, Suchand C S
2012-01-01

295

Statistical mechanics of semiflexible polymers

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We present the statistical-mechanical theory of semiflexible polymers based on the connection between the Kratky-Porod model and the quantum rigid rotator in an external homogeneous field, and treatment of the latter using the quantum mechanical propagator method. The expressions and relations existing for flexible polymers can be generalized to semiflexible ones, if one replaces the Fourier-Laplace transform of the end-to-end polymer distance, $1/(k^{2}/3+p)$, through the matrix $\\tilde{P}(k,p)=(I+ikDM)^{-1}D$, where $D$ and $M$ are related to the spectrum of the quantum rigid rotator, and considers an appropriate matrix element of the expression under consideration. The present work provides also the framework to study polymers in external fields, and problems including the tangents of semiflexible polymers. We study the structure factor of the polymer, the transversal fluctuations of a free end of the polymer with fixed tangent of another end, and the localization of a semiflexible polymer onto an interface. We obtain the partition function of a semiflexible polymer in half space with Dirichlet boundary condition in terms of the end-to-end distribution function of the free semiflexible polymer, study the behaviour of a semiflexible polymer in the vicinity of a surface, and adsorption onto a surface.

Semjon Stepanow
2004-03-23

296

Chemistry climate model simulations of1 spring Antarctic ozone

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: Chemistry climate model simulations of1 spring Antarctic ozone 1234567 89A64BC7DEF72B4 19B34EE3293C climate model simulations of spring Antarctic ozone John Austin,1,2 H. Struthers,3 J. Scinocca,4 D. A) and Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change A1b Scenario. The simulations of the Antarctic ozone hole are compared

Wirosoetisno, Djoko

297

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON Physical Chemistry Faculty Position The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry (http://chemistry.uoregon.edu)

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: UNIVERSITY OF OREGON Physical Chemistry Faculty Position The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry (http://chemistry.uoregon.edu) invites applications for a tenure-related position in experimental physical chemistry (broadly defined) beginning Fall 2015 at the anticipated rank of assistant professor

Cina, Jeff

298

Optical rotatory power of polymer-stabilized blue phase liquid crystals Yifan Liu,1

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: Optical rotatory power of polymer-stabilized blue phase liquid crystals Yifan Liu,1 Yi-fen Lan,1 and Shin-Tson Wu1,a) 1 College of Optics and Photonics, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida; published online 1 April 2013) Macroscopically, a polymer-stabilized blue phase liquid crystal (BPLC

Wu, Shin-Tson

299

Ion transport and storage of ionic liquids in ionic polymer conductor network composites

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: Ion transport and storage of ionic liquids in ionic polymer conductor network composites Yang Liu,1 of ionic liquids in ionic polymer conductor network composite electroactive devices. Specifically, we show Madsen,6 and Q. M. Zhang1,2,a 1 Department of Electrical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University

Heflin, Randy

300

www.mdpi.com/journal/ijms Degradability of Polymers for Implantable Biomedical Devices

  CiteSeer

Summary: Abstract: Many key components of implantable medical devices are made from polymeric materials. The functions of these materials include structural support, electrical insulation, protection of other materials from the environment of the body, and biocompatibility, as well as other things such as delivery of a therapeutic drug. In such roles, the stability and integrity of the polymer, over what can be a very long period of time, is very important. For most of these functions, stability over time is desired, but in other cases, the opposite the degradation and disappearance of the polymer over time is required. In either case, it is important to understand both the chemistry that can lead to the degradation of polymers as well as the kinetics that controls these reactions. Hydrolysis and oxidation are the two classes of reactions that lead to the breaking down of polymers. Both are discussed in detail in the context of the environmental factors that impact the utility of various polymers for medical device applications. Understanding the chemistry and kinetics allows prediction of stability as well as explanations for observations such as porosity and the unexpected behavior of polymeric composite materials in some situations. In the last part, physical degradation such interfacial delamination in composites is discussed.

Suping Lyu; Darrel Untereker
2009-01-01

301

Sliding grafted polymer layers

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We study theoretically the structure of sliding grafted polymer layers or SGP layers. These interfacial structures are built by attaching each polymer to the substrate with a ring-like molecule such as cyclodextrins. Such a topological grafting mode allows the chains to freely slide along the attachment point. Escape from the sliding link is prevented by bulky capping groups. We show that grafts in the mushroom regime adopt mainly symmetric configurations (with comparable branch sizes) while grafts in dense layers are highly dissymmetric so that only one branch per graft participates in the layer. Sliding layers on small colloids or star-like sliding micelles exhibit an intermediate behavior where the number of longer branches participating in the corona is independent of the total number of branches. This regime also exists for sliding surface-micelles comprising less chains but it is narrower.

Vladimir A. Baulin; Albert Johner; Carlos M. Marques
2004-10-27

302

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: as laboratory courses in Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Analytical Chemistry. These requirements representUNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry Graduate Programs DESCRIPTION OF M in Chemistry and Biochemistry. Our graduate programs emphasize the Ph.D. degree, and Only in rare cases will M

Thirumalai, Devarajan

303

department of chemistry and pharmacy profile 2010

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: department of chemistry and pharmacy profile 2010 #12;e d i t o r i a l 3 Department of Chemistry anD pharmaCy ­ mission anD Vision Chemistry plays an integral role in today's scientific endeavors scientific problems related to the chemical nature of matter. The Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy has

Fiebig, Peter

304

Introduction The traditional introductory chemistry course sequence

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: Introduction The traditional introductory chemistry course sequence consists of a year of general chemistry in the first year followed by a year of organic chemistry in the sophomore year. Introducing organic chemistry first to life science majors has a number of significant advantages over the traditional

Minnesota, University of

305

Module Catalogue Master of Science Chemistry

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: Module Catalogue Master of Science Chemistry University of Regensburg The Master of Science Chemistry at the University of Regensburg comprises the following modules: 1. Compulsory Elective Basic Modules: CHE-MSc-M 1 Basic Module Inorganic Chemistry CHE-MSc-M 2 Basic Module Organic Chemistry CHE

Schubart, Christoph

306

Faculty of Science Chemistry and Physics

  Physics Websites

Summary: Faculty of Science Chemistry and Physics Honours Chemistry and Physics is a good choice if you want to attack problems of a chemical nature with a solid understanding of the underlying physics. www.uwindsor.ca/chemistry Physical chemistry or chemical physics leads to the development of materials such as superconductors


307

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY Truman State University

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY Truman State University Position: This is a full-time, tenure. Responsibilities: Teaching responsibilities include organic chemistry and/or biochemistry as well as introductory chemistry courses for science or non-science majors and advanced chemistry courses in a specialty area

Gering, Jon C.

308

A BRIEF HISTORY THE ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY DIVISION

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: #12;#12;A BRIEF HISTORY THE ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY DIVISION OF OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY 1950 hiembers of the Chemistry Division R-on: J. A. Swartout In ra: Transfer of Personnel to Analytical Chemistry Division The following are transferred from ths Chemistry Division to tha newly constituted


309

Graduate Profile Chemistry & PhysiCs

  Physics Websites

Summary: Graduate Profile Chemistry & PhysiCs "We are always looking for more chemists!" Mitchell Bacon Environmental Chemist, URS Bachelor of Science (EcoChemistry) 2007, Honours 2009 WHY DID YOU CHOOSE YOUR DEGREE? "I believed the EcoChemistry program was the best way to move into the environmental chemistry field


310

Updated September 2012 Sample Chemistry Major Program

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Updated September 2012 Sample Chemistry Major Program Core Chemistry Courses Recommended Courses Related Science Requirements Required University First Year General Chemistry (221,222,223) 1 General Chemistry Lab (227,228,229) 2 Math (251,252,253) 3 WR 121-122 Group satisfying courses from Arts and Letters

Cina, Jeff

311

The Chemistry Clinic Knowledge exchange programme

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: · Physical Chemistry · Applied Chemistry Available techniques The department has a wide variety of chemistry techniques,. For a fuller list or to discuss what technique is most suitable for your applications, please contact the chemistry clinic, see below. Some of the available techniques include: · Spectroscopy: NMR, UV

Strathclyde, University of

312

Department of Chemistry Texas A & M University

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: 5/24/03 Department of Chemistry Texas A & M University Data Collection Strategies Joseph H. Reibenspies Department of Chemistry Texas A & M University #12;5/24/03 Department of Chemistry Texas A & M Data Collection Time 100? - cal obscal N NN #12;5/24/03 Department of Chemistry Texas A & M University

Meagher, Mary

313

8, 1110311147, 2008 Chemistry-climate

  Physics Websites

Summary: ACPD 8, 11103­11147, 2008 Chemistry-climate model SOCOL: version 2.0 M. Schraner et al. Title Page.0 License. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions Technical Note: Chemistry-climate model SOCOL: version 2.0 with improved transport and chemistry/microphysics schemes M. Schraner 1,2 , E. Rozanov 1

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

314

Chemistry 365: Quiz I (2008) David Ronis

  Physics Websites

Summary: Chemistry 365: Quiz I (2008) © David Ronis McGill University Chemistry 365: Quiz I (2008) Useful of ln(). February 5, 2008 Over... #12;Chemistry 365 -2- Quiz I (2008) c) What thermodynamic function(s) does ln() corresponds to. Prove your result. February 5, 2008 Over... #12;Chemistry 365 -3- Quiz I

Ronis, David M.

315

Stepan Sklenak Department of Theoretical Chemistry

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Stepan Sklenak Department of Theoretical Chemistry J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry://www.jh-inst.cas.cz/~sklenak Current position: Senior Scientist, J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, Prague, Czech Republic, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, 2000

Sklenak, Stepan

316

ION CHEMISTRY 40 Years of

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: children or grandchildren will have a ball riding go karts, playing miniature golf, racing through the mazeION CHEMISTRY 40 Years of Gateway Park Barbeque Gateway Park is a popular spot in Boulder. Your

Lineberger, W. Carl

317

Coordination chemistry of guanidine derivatives.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??This thesis describes an investigation of the coordination chemistry of l-cyanoguanidine (cnge), l-carbamoylguanidine (clge) and l-amidino-O-ethylurea (aOeu). Various copper(II) complexes of these analogous molecules were (more)

Moore, Charles H. M.
1987-01-01

318

Taught postgraduate programmes in Chemistry

  Engineering Websites

Summary: by the RAE 2008 panel. Nobel Prize Winners · TwoGlasgowgraduates,SirWilliam Ramsay and LordTodd, have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Twoofourformerstaff,Frederick Soddy and SirDerekBarton, have also

Glasgow, University of

319

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY INTEROFFICE MEMORANDUM

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: , Assoc. Professor of Chemistry SUBJECT: Research substitution policy for Biochemistry Laboratory Credits for Undergraduate Biochemistry Majors DATE: AUGUST 8, 2008 CC: Whereas independent undergraduate research be substituted for the 2 credit requirement for Biochemistry Laboratory, provided the following 3 stipulations

Mossing, Mike

320

Greetingsfrom DepartmentofChemistry,IITM!

  Engineering Websites

Summary: and required to carry out advanced scientific research. The past students have brought laurels to the Department by excelling in their profession and life. This is evident from the fact that Chemistry

Bhashyam, Srikrishna

321

Palladium chemistry in chemical biology

  Edinburgh, University of - Research Archive

Summary: A range of fluorescein derivatives were synthesised via Pd0-mediated cross-coupling chemistry of the mono triflate of fluorescein with a variety of boronic acids and the optical properties of each dye was studied. Among ...

Yusop, Rahimi Muhammad
2011-11-23

322

Chemistry & Biochemistry UNDERGRADUATE PRECEPTOR CONTRACT

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Chemistry & Biochemistry UNDERGRADUATE PRECEPTOR CONTRACT Please entirely complete this form your interest in becoming a preceptor and complete the preceptor contract together. 2. FERPA training of an additional semester, contingent upon quality of classroom performance. 5. The enrollment fee

Ziurys, Lucy M.

323

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II Spring 2012

  Biotechnology Websites

Summary: , with an emphasis on the chemistry of the carbon- oxygen and carbon-nitrogen bonds, reactions of organic compounds should be able to accommodate students who wish to change recitation sections or attend more than one

Raina, Ramesh

324

WESTERN UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: of Medicine & Dentistry. The Department of Chemistry is home to world class research facilities and has strong and welcomes applications from all qualified women and men, including visible minorities, aboriginal people

Sinnamon, Gordon J.

325

Nanografting for Surface Physical Chemistry

  Biotechnology Websites

Summary: Nanografting for Surface Physical Chemistry Maozi Liu,1 Nabil A. Amro,2 and Gang-yu Liu3 1 Agilent Technologies, Inc., Santa Clara, California 95051; email: maozi liu@agilent.com 2 NanoInk, Inc., Skokie

Liu, Gang-yu

326

Branched Polymers and Percolation

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We study a supposed model for branched polymers which was shown in two dimensions to be in the universality class of ordinary percolation. We confirm this by high statistics simulations and show that it is in the percolation universality class also for three dimensions, in contrast to previous claims. These previous studies seem to have been mislead by huge corrections to scaling in this model.

Peter Grassberger
2000-08-30

327

Polymer Stretching by Turbulence

  Nonlinear Sciences (arXiv)

Summary: The stretching of a polymer chain by a large scale chaotic flow is considered. The steady state which emerges as a balance of the turbulent stretching and anharmonic resistance of the chain is quantitatively described, i.e. the dependency on the flow parameters (Lyapunov exponent statistics) and the chain characteristics (the number of beads and the inter-bead elastic potential) is made explicit.

Michael Chertkov
2000-03-01

328

Low band gap polymers Organic Photovoltaics

  Multidisciplinary Databases and Resources Websites

Summary: Low band gap polymers for Organic Photovoltaics Eva Bundgaard Ph.D. Dissertation Risø National Bundgaard Title: Low band gap polymers for Organic photovoltaics Department: The polymer department Report the area of organic photovoltaics are focusing on low band gap polymers, a type of polymer which absorbs


329

Polymer Crowding and Shape Distributions in Polymer-Nanoparticle Mixtures

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: Macromolecular crowding can influence polymer shapes, which is important for understanding the thermodynamic stability of polymer solutions and the structure and function of biopolymers (proteins, RNA, DNA) under confinement. We explore the influence of nanoparticle crowding on polymer shapes via Monte Carlo simulations and free-volume theory of a coarse-grained model of polymer-nanoparticle mixtures. Exploiting the geometry of random walks, we model polymer coils as effective penetrable ellipsoids, whose shapes fluctuate according to the probability distributions of the eigenvalues of the gyration tensor. Accounting for the entropic cost of a nanoparticle penetrating a larger polymer coil, we compute the crowding-induced shift in the shape distributions, radius of gyration, and asphericity of ideal polymers in a theta solvent. With increased nanoparticle crowding, we find that polymers become more compact (smaller, more spherical), in agreement with predictions of free-volume theory. Our approach can be easily extended to nonideal polymers in good solvents and used to model conformations of biopolymers in crowded environments.

Wei Kang Lim; Alan R. Denton
2014-10-24

330

Sedimentation of Knotted Polymers

  CERN Preprints

Summary: We investigate the sedimentation of knotted polymers by means of the stochastic rotation dynamics, a molecular dynamics algorithm which takes hydrodynamics fully into account. We show that the sedimentation coefficient s, related to the terminal velocity of the knotted polymers, increases linearly with the average crossing number n_c of the corresponding ideal knot. To the best of our knowledge, this provides the first direct computational confirmation of this relation, postulated on the basis of experiments in "The effect of ionic conditions on the conformations of supercoiled DNA. I. sedimentation analysis" by Rybenkov et al., for the case of sedimentation. Such a relation was previously shown to hold with simulations for knot electrophoresis. We also show that there is an accurate linear dependence of s on the inverse of the radius of gyration R_g^-1, more specifically with the inverse of the R_g component that is perpendicular to the direction along which the polymer sediments. Intriguingly, the linear de...

Piili, Joonas; Kaski, Kimmo; Linna, Riku
2012-01-01

331

CHEMISTRY 2011 Academic regulations for the Bachelor's degree in Chemistry 2011

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: CHEMISTRY 2011 Academic regulations for the Bachelor's degree in Chemistry 2011 1. Framework) in Chemistry. Academic line and main subject areas of the degree The Bachelor's degree in Chemistry students a basic introduction to the Chemistry disciplines. In addition, the Bachelor's degree programme


332

Course Requirement Checklist for B.S Chemistry Majors Chemistry Requirements Course Credit Grade

  Engineering Websites

Summary: Course Requirement Checklist for B.S Chemistry Majors Chemistry Requirements Course Credit Grade Freshman Seminar 400 1 _____ General Chemistry 403 4 _____ (403 Fall/404 Spring) 404 4 _____ Quantitative Analysis 517 3 _____ Lab 518 2 _____ Organic Chemistry I 547 3 _____ Lab 549 2 _____ Organic Chemistry II

New Hampshire, University of

333

Virginia Tech Department of Chemistry Faculty Position in Organic Chemistry (Drug Discovery)

  Engineering Websites

Summary: Virginia Tech Department of Chemistry Faculty Position in Organic Chemistry (Drug Discovery) The Department of Chemistry announces a tenure-track opening in the area of Organic Chemistry at the Assistant, or the discovery of biologically active naturally-occurring compounds. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in chemistry

Virginia Tech

334

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY 2010 Academic regulations for the Bachelor's degree in Medicinal Chemistry 2010

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY 2010 Academic regulations for the Bachelor's degree in Medicinal Chemistry 2010 Chemistry. Academic line and main subject areas of the degree The Bachelor's degree in Medicinal Chemistry students a basic introduction to the Medicinal Chemistry disciplines. In addition, the Bachelor's degree


335

Chemistry -Bachelor of Science (SCH5UG) Total Credits Required: 128 Chemistry/Environmental -ACS Certified

  Fossil Fuels Websites

Summary: Chemistry - Bachelor of Science (SCH5UG) Total Credits Required: 128 Chemistry/Environmental - ACS1112 University Chemistry - Studio Lab I 5 FW3330 Soil Science 4 CH1160 University Chemistry II AND 3 Chemistry Seminar 1 Math/Science Requirements - 24 credits MA1160 Calculus with Technology I 4 MA2160


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COURSE SYLLABI Chemistry S-114, S-115 Chemistry S-116, S-117

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: COURSE SYLLABI Chemistry S-114, S-115 Chemistry S-116, S-117 Comprehensive General Chemistry General Chemistry Laboratory M,T,W,Th,F 10:30-11:45 M & W 1:00-5:00 Summer 2013 Professor John A. Cramer of general chemistry with laboratory into ten weeks, those students taking both lecture and laboratory


337

CHE 276 Organic Chemistry Lab I Fall 2012 CHE 276 Organic Chemistry Lab I

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: /CHE 139 - General Chemistry Laboratory (a passing grade is required) CHE 275 - Organic Chemistry ICHE 276 Organic Chemistry Lab I Fall 2012 1 CHE 276 Organic Chemistry Lab I Instructor: Professor laboratory techniques and important reactions in organic chemistry. Students will learn to conduct organic

Mather, Patrick T.

338

Quantitative Study of Polymer Dynamics Through Hierarchical Multi-scale Dynamic Simulations

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: The long time dynamics of polymeric materials has been extensively studied in the past through various experimental techniques and computer simulations. While computer simulations typically treat generic, simplified models, experiments deal with specific chemistries. In this letter we present a hierarchical approach that combines atomistic and coarse-grained simulations to quantitatively study polymer dynamics. As an example we predict diffusion coefficients of atactic polystyrene melts of molecular weights relevant to polymer processing (up to 50kDa) without any adjustable parameter and compare the results to experiment.

Vagelis A. Harmandaris; Kurt Kremer
2008-09-09

339

Polymer translocation induced by adsorption

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We study the translocation of a flexible polymer through a pore in a membrane induced by its adsorption on \\trans side of the membrane. When temperature $T$ is higher than $T_c$, the adsorption-desorption transition temperature, attractive interaction between polymer and membrane plays little role in affecting polymer conformation, leading to translocation time that scales as $\\tau\\sim L^3$ where $L$ is the polymer contour length. When $T < T_c$, however, the translocation time undergoes a sharp crossover to $\\tau\\sim L^2$ for sufficiently long polymers, following the second order conformational (adsorption) transition. The translocation time is found to exhibit the crossover around $T=T_c'$, which is lower than $T_c$ for polymers shorter than a critical length($N

Pyeong Jun Park; Wokyung Sung
1998-02-10

340

Scaling for a one-dimensional directed polymer with boundary conditions

  Mathematical Physics (arXiv)

Summary: We study a (1+1)-dimensional directed polymer in a random environment on the integer lattice with log-gamma distributed weights. Among directed polymers, this model is special in the same way as the last-passage percolation model with exponential or geometric weights is special among growth models, namely, both permit explicit calculations. With appropriate boundary conditions, the polymer with log-gamma weights satisfies an analogue of Burke's theorem for queues. Building on this, we prove the conjectured values for the fluctuation exponents of the free energy and the polymer path, in the case where the boundary conditions are present and both endpoints of the polymer path are fixed. For the polymer without boundary conditions and with either fixed or free endpoint, we get the expected upper bounds on the exponents.

Timo Sepplinen
2009-11-12

341

Shapes of Semiflexible Polymer Rings

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: The shape of semiflexible polymer rings is studied over their whole range of flexibility. Investigating the joint distribution of asphericity and nature of asphericity as well as their respective averages we find two distinct shape regimes depending on the flexibility of the polymer. For small perimeter to persistence length the fluctuating rings exhibit only planar, elliptical configurations. At higher flexibilities three dimensional, crumpled structures arise. Analytic calculations for tight polymer rings confirm an elliptical shape in the stiff regime.

Karen Alim; Erwin Frey
2007-03-22

342

Structural manipulation of conjugated polymers.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??The syntheses of new classes of conjugated polymers are presented. The synthesis of novel alkyne bridged trispyrazolylmethane ligands, their coordination behavior and their crystallographic properties (more)

Bakbak, Selma
2006-01-01

343

Dynamics of conducting polymer actuators.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??Considerable research has been carried out to develop actuator technologies such as shape memory alloys, piezoelectric actuators, magnetostrictive actuators, contractile polymers and electrostatic actuators to (more)

Bahrami-Samani, Mehrdad
2007-01-01

344

Chemistry Central Journal Commentary Molecular biology: Self-sustaining chemistry

  CiteSeer

Summary: which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Molecular biology is an established interdisciplinary field within biology that deals fundamentally with the function of any nucleic acid in the cellular context. The molecular biology section in Chemistry Central Journal focusses on the genetically determined chemistry and biochemistry occuring in the cell. How can thousands of chemical reactions interact smoothly to maintain the life of cells, even in a variable environment? How is this self-sustaining system achieved? These are questions that should be answered in the light of molecular biology and evolution, but with the application of biophysical, physico-chemical, analytical and preparative technologies. As the Section Editor for the molecular biology section in Chemistry Central Journal, I hope to receive manuscripts that present new approaches aimed at better answering and shedding light upon these fascinating questions related to the chemistry of livings cells. Molecular biology in Chemistry Central Journal At the outset, let me pose two important questions: Why

Paul Wrede
2007-01-01

345

Nitinol-reinforced shape-memory polymers

  MIT - DSpace

Summary: Reinforced shape-memory polymers have been developed from an acrylate based thermoset shape-memory polymer and nitinol wires. A rectangular shape-memory polymer measuring approximately 1 by 2 by 0.1 inches has a ten fold ...

Di Leo, Claudio V
2010-01-01

346

Nitinol-reinforced shape-memory polymers .

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??Reinforced shape-memory polymers have been developed from an acrylate based thermoset shape-memory polymer and nitinol wires. A rectangular shape-memory polymer measuring approximately 1 by 2 (more)

Di Leo, Claudio V
2010-01-01

347

FOCUS REVIEW Synthesis of topologically crosslinked polymers

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: FOCUS REVIEW Synthesis of topologically crosslinked polymers with rotaxane-crosslinking points polymers with rotaxane structures at the crosslinking points (rotaxane-crosslinked polymers, RCPs). RCPs exhibit unique properties such as high swelling capability, high elasticity and stimuli

Cai, Long

348

PhD Scholarship in Computational Chemistry Department of Chemistry, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: PhD Scholarship in Computational Chemistry Department of Chemistry, University of Canterbury. Good knowledge of quantum mechanics and computational chemistry is expected. Experience using unix' and reducing world dependence on fossil fuels for energy production. Computational quantum chemical methods

Hickman, Mark

349

Updated January 2014 Summary of Chemistry Degree Requirements

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Updated January 2014 Summary of Chemistry Degree Requirements Core Chemistry Requirements:1 (69 credits) General Chemistry 221 222 223 OR 224 225 226 General Chemistry Lab 227 228 229 OR 237 238 239 Organic Chemistry (Majors)2 341 342 343 Organic Chemistry Lab 337 348 349 Physical Chemistry 411 412 413

Richmond, Geraldine L.

350

Name: Intended quarter of entry: Academic Planning Worksheet for Chemistry

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: NW QSR - General Chemistry CHEM 152 NW - General Chemistry CHEM 162 NW - General Chemistry Or... CHEM 145 NW QSR - Advanced General Chemistry CHEM 155 NW QSR - Advanced General Chemistry CHEM 165 NW QSR - Advanced General Chemistry One of the following CHEM series: CHEM 237 NW - Organic Chemistry CHEM 238 NW

Queitsch, Christine

351

How to Make an ISR VT Chemistry Glass Shop

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: How to Make an ISR VT Chemistry Glass Shop VT Chemistry Instrument Maintenance Shop VT Chemistry Mass Spec Lab VT Chemistry NMR Lab VT Chemistry Research Stockroom VT Chemistry Surface Analysis Lab VT Chemistry X-ray Lab These instructions were prepared by Sanghamitra Sen, Paul Deck, and Herve Marand

Crawford, T. Daniel

352

POLYMER DYNAMICS IN THE DEPINNED PHASE: METASTABILITY WITH LOGARITHMIC BARRIERS

  Physics Websites

Summary: the stochastic evolution of a (1 + 1)-dimensional polymer in the de- pinned regime. At equilibrium the system-cut separation between them. The whole evolution is governed by a subtle competition between the diffusive behavior inside one phase and the jumps across the energy barriers. Our main results are: (i) a proof

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

353

Functional Polymers for Anhydrous Proton Transport.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??Anhydrous proton conducting polymers are highly sought after for applications in high temperature polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs). N-heterocycles (eg. imidazole, triazole, and benzimidazole), (more)

Chikkannagari, Nagamani
2012-01-01

354

Novel conducting polymer structures for electrochemical actuators.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??Electrochemical actuators based on conducting polymers and conducting polymer/carbon nanotube composites have been constructed and characterised. The actuation performance was optimised in terms of the (more)

Xi, Binbin
2005-01-01

355

Combinatorics and dynamics in polymer knots.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??ENGLISH ABSTRACT: In this dissertation we address the conservation of topological states in polymer knots. Topological constraints are frequently included into theoretical descriptions of polymer (more)

Rohwer, Christian Matthias
2014-01-01

356

Polymers in a vacuum

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: In a variety of situations, isolated polymer molecules are found in a vacuum and here we examine their properties. Angular momentum conservation is shown to significantly alter the average size of a chain and its conservation is only broken slowly by thermal radiation. The time autocorrelation for monomer position oscillates with a characteristic time proportional to chain length. The oscillations and damping are analyzed in detail. Short range repulsive interactions suppress oscillations and speed up relaxation but stretched chains still show damped oscillatory time correlations.

J. M. Deutsch
2007-06-13

357

Graduate Programs in Chemistry The Department of Chemistry at Wichita State offers

  Engineering Websites

Summary: of biochemistry and analytical, inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry. Admission Requirements To enroll, organic and physical chemistry and biochemistry assessment exams in their first semester in the program


358

Real-time Quantum Chemistry

  Quantum Physics (arXiv)

Summary: Significant progress in the development of efficient and fast algorithms for quantum chemical calculations has been made in the past two decades. The main focus has always been the desire to be able to treat ever larger molecules or molecular assemblies---especially linear and sub-linear scaling techniques are devoted to the accomplishment of this goal. However, as many chemical reactions are rather local, they usually involve only a limited number of atoms so that models of about two hundred (or even less) atoms embedded in a suitable environment are sufficient to study their mechanisms. Thus, the system size does not need to be enlarged, but remains constant for reactions of this type that can be described by less than two hundred atoms. The question then arises how fast one can obtain the quantum chemical results. This question is not directly answered by linear-scaling techniques. In fact, ideas such as haptic quantum chemistry or interactive quantum chemistry require an immediate provision of quantum chemical information which demands the calculation of data in "real time". In this perspective, we aim at a definition of real-time quantum chemistry, explore its realm and eventually discuss applications in the field of haptic quantum chemistry. For the latter we elaborate whether a direct approach is possible by virtue of real-time quantum chemistry.

Moritz P. Haag; Markus Reiher
2012-08-18

359

D. De Rossi, F. Carpi, A. Mazzoldi Electrically responsive polymers

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: actuators, conducting polymers, dielectric elastomers, artificial muscles, biomedical applications. 1 polymers [7]; · electrostrictive polymers [8, 9] · dielectric elastomers [10, 11]. These polymers require stimulation conditions: conducting polymers (requiring low driving voltages) and dielectric elastomers (requ

Sandini, Giulio

360

Degree Requirements Agricultural and Environmental Chemistry Graduate Group

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: percentile on standard ACS organic, inorganic, and physical chemistry placement exams will be required from the following areas of specialization: Environmental Chemistry; Analytical Chemistry; Food, Fiber

Ullrich, Paul

361

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Undergraduate Grading Standards

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Undergraduate Grading Standards laboratory-based activities. The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry offer: In the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, a grad

Richmond, Geraldine L.

362

Communications Two Luminescent Coordination Polymers

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: for their luminescent properties and have reported on the properties of fluorene-based, all-organic polymer systems in optoelectronic materials chem- istry has been the development of diverse types of fluorescent organic materials for use in electrolumines- cent devices.1 Aromatic organic molecules, conjugated organic polymers

zur Loye, Hans-Conrad

363

BRANCHED POLYMERS AND HYPERPLANE ARRANGEMENTS

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: BRANCHED POLYMERS AND HYPERPLANE ARRANGEMENTS KAROLA M´ESZ´AROS ALEXANDER POSTNIKOV Abstract. We generalize the construction of connected branched poly- mers and the notion of the volume of the space of connected branched polymers studied by Brydges and Imbrie [BI], and Kenyon and Winkler [KW] to any

Postnikov, Alexander

364

LEHIGH UNIVERSITY EMULSION POLYMERS INSTITUTE

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: University is a non-profit, tax- exempt institution of higher education. The Liaison Program furthers and applied research in the area of polymer colloids and to educate and train scientists in this field. 4LEHIGH UNIVERSITY EMULSION POLYMERS INSTITUTE LIAISON PROGRAM MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT

Gilchrist, James F.

365

Soft Confinement for Polymer Solutions

  CERN Preprints

Summary: As a model of soft confinement for polymers, we investigated equilibrium shapes of a flexible vesicle that contains a phase-separating polymer solution. To simulate such a system, we combined the phase field theory (PFT) for the vesicle and the self-consistent field theory (SCFT) for the polymer solution. We observed a transition from a symmetric prolate shape of the vesicle to an asymmetric pear shape induced by the domain structure of the enclosed polymer solution. Moreover, when a non-zero spontaneous curvature of the vesicle is introduced, a re-entrant transition between the prolate and the dumbbell shapes of the vesicle is observed. This re-entrant transition is explained by considering the competition between the loss of conformational entropy and that of translational entropy of polymer chains due to the confinement by the deformable vesicle. This finding is in accordance with the recent experimental result reported by Terasawa, et al.

Oya, Yutaka
2014-01-01

366

Polymer adsorption on heterogeneous surfaces

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: The adsorption of a single ideal polymer chain on energetically heterogeneous and rough surfaces is investigated using a variational procedure introduced by Garel and Orland (Phys. Rev. B 55 (1997), 226). The mean polymer size is calculated perpendicular and parallel to the surface and is compared to the Gaussian conformation and to the results for polymers at flat and energetically homogeneous surfaces. The disorder-induced enhancement of adsorption is confirmed and is shown to be much more significant for a heterogeneous interaction strength than for spatial roughness. This difference also applies to the localization transition, where the polymer size becomes independent of the chain length. The localization criterion can be quantified, depending on an effective interaction strength and the length of the polymer chain.

Gregor Huber; Thomas A. Vilgis
1998-02-18

367

Soft Confinement for Polymer Solutions

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: As a model of soft confinement for polymers, we investigated equilibrium shapes of a flexible vesicle that contains a phase-separating polymer solution. To simulate such a system, we combined the phase field theory (PFT) for the vesicle and the self-consistent field theory (SCFT) for the polymer solution. We observed a transition from a symmetric prolate shape of the vesicle to an asymmetric pear shape induced by the domain structure of the enclosed polymer solution. Moreover, when a non-zero spontaneous curvature of the vesicle is introduced, a re-entrant transition between the prolate and the dumbbell shapes of the vesicle is observed. This re-entrant transition is explained by considering the competition between the loss of conformational entropy and that of translational entropy of polymer chains due to the confinement by the deformable vesicle. This finding is in accordance with the recent experimental result reported by Terasawa, et al.

Yutaka Oya; Toshihiro Kawakatsu
2014-05-09

368

Needs Philosophy of Chemistry1

  CiteSeer

Summary: By the 1960s many (perhaps most) philosophers had adopted physicalism ? the view that physical causes fully account for mental activities. However, controversy persists about what count as physical causes. Reductive physicalists recognize only microphysical (elementary-particle-level) causality. Many (perhaps most) physicalists are non-reductive ? they hold that entities considered by other (special) sciences have causal powers. Philosophy of chemistry can help resolve main issues in philosophy of mind in three ways: developing an extended mereology applicable to chemical combination, testing whether singularities prevent reduction of chemistry to microphysics, and demonstrating downward causation in complex networks of chemical reactions. Keywords: Physicalism, philosophy of chemistry, mind, mereology, structuralism, emergence, realism, downward causation.

Joseph E. Earley

369

Confinement of semiflexible polymers

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: A variational framework is developed to examine the equilibrium states of a semi-flexible polymer that is constrained to lie on a fixed surface. As an application the confinement of a closed polymer loop of fixed length $2\\pi R$ within a spherical cavity of smaller radius, $R_0$, is considered. It is shown that an infinite number of distinct periodic completely attached equilibrium states exist, labeled by two integers: $n=2,3,4,...$ and $p=1,2,3,...$, the number of periods of the polar and azimuthal angles respectively. Small loops oscillate about a geodesic circle: $n=2$, $p=1$ is the stable ground state; states with higher $n$ exhibit instabilities. If $R\\ge 2R_0$ new states appear as oscillations about a doubly covered geodesic circle; the state $n=3, p=2$ replaces the two-fold as the ground state in a finite band of values of $R$. With increasing $R$, loop states alternate between orbital behavior as the poles are crossed and oscillatory behavior upon collapse to a multiple cover of a geodesic circle, (signalled respectively by an increase in $p$ and an increase in $n$). The force transmitted to the surface does not increase monotonically with loop size, but does asymptotically. It behaves discontinuously where $n$ changes. The contribution to energy from geodesic curvature is bounded. In large loops, the energy becomes dominated by a state independent contribution proportional to the loop size; the energy gap between the ground state and excited states disappears.

Jemal Guven; Pablo Vzquez-Montejo
2012-02-16

370

Carbon Chemistry in interstellar clouds

  Astrophysics (arXiv)

Summary: We discuss new developments of interstellar chemistry, with particular emphasis on the carbon chemistry. We confirm that carbon chains and cycles are ubiquitous in the ISM and closely chemically related to ea ch other, and to carbon. Investigation of the carbon budget in shielded and UV illuminated gas shows that the inventory of interstellar molecules is not complete and more complex molecules with 4 or more carbon atoms must be present. Finally we discuss the consequences for the evolution of clouds and conclude that the ubiquitous presence of carbon chains and cycles is not a necessary consequence of a very young age for interstellar clouds.

Maryvonne Gerin; David Fosse; Evelyne Roueff
2002-12-03

371

Physical Chemistry and Theoretical Chemistry CHM1441H Mathematical Methods

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: Physical Chemistry CHM1443H Intermediate Quantum Mechanics Elements of group theory and its applications to quantum mechanics, potential scattering, formal scattering theory, and second quantization. Prerequisite: Core course in quantum mechanics. CHM1444H Statistical Mechanics of Condensed Phases The course assumes

Chan, Hue Sun

372

Chemistry 436/636 Fall 2011 Advanced Physical Chemistry

  Biotechnology Websites

Summary: will make up, for subjects not covered in our text. The Advanced Physical Chemistry course, CHE 436 is tentative and subject tochange. In particular, we probably won't be able to cover all the material listed extended material on chemical kinetcs. (The topics covered are in the Syllabus below.) This means that

Raina, Ramesh

373

Chemistry 1010 -090 (Online) Chemistry, Humanity, and Environment

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: exam. The midterm covers the initial studies of the scientific method and basic chemistry. The final the important environmental issues of the day. 2. Course Method The method of education is multifaceted. 1 with a link to answers and solutions, additional information and/or an alternative method of organization

Simons, Jack

374

Chemistry 239 Spring 2008 Advanced General Chemistry Laboratory

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: @uoregon.edu Office: Onyx 182 346-2466 Office hours: M-W 2-3, Th 10-11 Goals: Chemistry 239 extends the use of time Welsh and James McCarty Laboratories: (Onyx 169) Tu 11-2, Tu 3-6, W 3-6, Th 11-2. You are expected

Richmond, Geraldine L.

375

Polymers Pushing Polymers: Polymer Mixtures in Thermodynamic Equilibrium with a Pore

  Physics Websites

Summary: , composed of various sizes of the (same type of) polymers, for which the accessibility of the pore varies size polymer chains only a single type can enter the pore (Figure 1). We show that, in this case, 2012 Article pubs.acs.org/Macromolecules © 2012 American Chemical Society 8921 dx.doi.org/10.1021/ma

Podgornik, Rudolf

376

Polymer solutions: from hard monomers to soft polymers

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: A coarse-graining strategy for dilute and semi-dilute solutions of interacting polymers, and of colloid polymer mixtures is briefly described. Monomer degrees of freedom are traced out to derive an effective, state dependent pair potential between the polymer centres of mass. The cross-over between good and poor solvent conditions is discussed within a scaling analysis. The method is extended to block copolymers represented as "necklaces" of soft "blobs", and its success is illustrated here in the case of a symmetric diblock copolymer which exhibits microphase separation.

J. -P. Hansen; C. I. Addison; A. A. Louis
2005-07-15

377

Princeton -Department of ChemistryPrinceton -Department of Chemistry Princeton -Department of ChemistryDismukes Group Oliver R. Gothe

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: of ChemistryDismukes Group ­ Oliver R. Gothe August 8, 2007 Analysis of the Oxygen-evolving Mechanism+ Exchange Oliver R. Gothe University of Princeton Department of Chemistry Charles Dismukes Gennady Ananyev - Department of ChemistryDismukes Group ­ Oliver R. Gothe August 8, 2007 Overview · Introduction

Petta, Jason

378

chemistry of Rubber Pmocessing and Disposal

  CiteSeer

Summary: The major chemical changes during the processing of rubber occur with the breakdown in mastication and during vulcanization of the molded tire. There is little chemical change daring the compounding, calendering, extrusion, and molding steps. Reclaiming is the process of converting scrap rubber into an unsaturated, processible product that can be vulcanized with sulfur. Pyrolysis of scrap rubber yields a complex mixture of liquids, gas, and residue in varying ratios dependent on the nature of the scrap and the conditions of pyrolysis. The literature has little information on the chemistry of rubber processing and disposal; it has been necessary to draw from various sources to develop a picture of the chemical events that may occur. This review is limited to natural rubber and to the important synthetic rubbers of the tire industry. Processing Rubber processing consists of operations performed on materials or systems to increase their utility through chemical reaction, flow, or permanent change in a physical property (1). The major processing steps wherein most chemical changes occur in tire production are: polymer breakdown by mastication on a mill or in a Banbury, extrusion, calendering, and curing. The tire building process and molding in the curing operation do not normally involve chemical reactions. Mastication In 1820 Hancock discovered the effect of mastication on rubber. The process has become basic in the commercial processing of rubber. Mastication gradually renders the rubber more plastic and decreases its solution viscosity. It is now known that the high molecular wveight of rubber is reduced during this degradation. Even a light mastication can reduce

Robert L. Bebb

379

The Chemistry of Conducting Polythiophenes**

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: 1970s, conjugated polymers were proclaimed as futuristic new materials that would lead to the next gen light-emitting diodes (LEDs)[1] and organic transistors[2] that new tech- nologies are imminent, microwave absorbing materials, new types of memory devices, nanoswitches, optical modulators and valves

McCullough, Richard D.

380

Directed-polymer systems explored via their quantum analogs: Topological constraints and their consequences

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: The equilibrium statistical mechanics of classical directed polymers in 2 dimensions is well known to be equivalent to the imaginary-time quantum dynamics of a 1+1-dimensional many-particle system, with polymer configurations corresponding to particle world-lines. This equivalence motivates the application of techniques originally designed for one-dimensional many-particle quantum systems to the exploration of many-polymer systems, as first recognized and exploited by P.-G. de Gennes [J.\\ Chem.\\ Phys.\\ {\\bf 48}, 2257 (1968)]. In this low-dimensional setting interactions give rise to an emergent polymer fluid, and we examine how topological constraints on this polymer fluid (e.g., due to uncrossable pins or barriers) and their geometry give rise to strong, entropy-driven forces. In the limit of large polymer densities, in which a type of mean-field theory is accurate, we find that a point-like pin causes a divergent pile-up of polymer density on the high-density side of the pin and a zero-density region (or gap) of finite area on the low-density. In addition, we find that the force acting on a pin that is only mildly displaced from its equilibrium position is sub-Hookean, growing less than linearly with the displacement, and that the gap created by the pin also grows sublinearly with the displacement. By contrast, the forces acting between multiple pins separated along the direction preferred by the polymers are super-Hookean. These nonlinear responses result from effective long-ranged interactions between polymer segments, which emerge via short-ranged interactions between distant segments of long polymer strands. In the present paper, we focus on the case of an infinitely strong, repulsive contact interaction, which ensures that the polymers completely avoid one another. In a companion paper, we consider the effects of a wider set of inter-polymer interactions.

D. Zeb Rocklin; Shina Tan; Paul M. Goldbart
2012-06-12

381

Safety Statement Virginia Tech Chemistry Department

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: . Laboratory safety, chemical hygiene, and environmental responsibility are central objectives of the Chemistry Department. It is in the nature of chemistry research that working in the laboratory engenders specific

Crawford, T. Daniel

382

Chemistry 365: Equilibrium in Thermodynamics David Ronis

  Physics Websites

Summary: Chemistry 365: Equilibrium in Thermodynamics © David Ronis McGill University Here we will review by combining the logs on the left and exponentiating, we obtain Winter Term, 2015 #12;Chemistry 365 -2

Ronis, David M.

383

CHEMISTRY OF LIFE PROCESSES GRADUATE TRAINING PROGRAM

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: Science Biomedical Engineering Chemical and Biological Engineering Feinberg School of Medicine Driskill five on Northwestern' Evanston campus (Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical & Biological Chemistry Interdepartmental Biological Sciences Graduate Program McCormick School of Engineering & Applied


384

2013 WEEKLY BULLETIN DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: 2013 WEEKLY BULLETIN DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY EVANSTON, ILLINOIS September see the Department Calendar: http://www.chemistry.northwestern.edu/events/calendar.html Arrivals professors in the fields of organic chemistry (synthetic methods) and experimental physical chemistry (bio

Chisholm, Rex L.

385

Catalyzed Molecule Replication in an Artificial Chemistry Thomas E. Portegys

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: Catalyzed Molecule Replication in an Artificial Chemistry Thomas E. Portegys Illinois State instantiates an architecture for an artificial chemistry featuring continuous physics and discrete chemical of chemistry. The goal of artificial chemistry research is to examine this underlying substrate

Portegys, Thomas E.

386

General and Organic chemistry Lab Table of Contents

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: General and Organic chemistry Lab Table of Contents Laboratory Information ............................................................................................................................11 #12;1 General and Organic chemistry Lab Policies and Information Laboratory Teaching and Technical Staff: Laboratory Directors: General Chemistry Organic Chemistry Dr. Meishan Zhao Dr. Valerie Keller

He, Chuan

387

Polymer adsorption near the surface of a polymer solution : a universal behaviour

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: 699 Polymer adsorption near the surface of a polymer solution : a universal behaviour J. des5 , pour 0 03B5 1. Abstract.2014 A universal property of good solutions of long polymers near. Introduction. The free surface of a polymer solution may attract the polymer which forms an adsorbed layer

Boyer, Edmond

388

Chemistry / Biochemistry B.S. Curriculum

  Mathematics Websites

Summary: Chemistry / Biochemistry B.S. Curriculum Freshman Chemistry CHE 133/133L, 134/134L; ENG 131, 132, BIO elective Sophomore Chemistry CHE 231/231L, 241/241L, 331/331L, 332/332L; MTH 233, 234; PHY 241 elective Junior Chemistry CHE 337/337L, 338/338L, 452/452L; CSC 101 or 201, ENG 273, Eng. Lit; Core

Long, Nicholas

389

Disentanglementand Reptation During Dissolution of Rubbery Polymers

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: Disentanglementand Reptation During Dissolution of Rubbery Polymers BALAJI NARASIMHAN and NIKOLAOS-1283 SYNOPSIS The dissolution mechanism of rubbery polymers was analyzed by dividing the penetrant concentration penetration into the rubbery polymer was assumed to be Fickian. The mode of mobility of the polymer chains

Peppas, Nicholas A.

390

Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions

  CiteSeer

Summary: www.atmos-chem-phys-discuss.net/11/28319/2011/ doi:10.5194/acpd-11-28319-2011 Author(s) 2011. CC Attribution 3.0 License. This discussion paper is/has been under review for the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (ACP). Please refer to the corresponding final paper in ACP if available.

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391

B.S. in Chemistry

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Inorganic II Analytical Chemistry CHEM 3412 (3) Core Chem Labs4 (2 or 3) Core Elective2 (3) Free Elective (6 Elective5 (3) Biochemistry elective CHEM Elective3 (3) Technical Elective5 (3) Free Electives (6) Core Chem Labs4 (3) TOTAL = 120 Plus 2 Hours for HPS Notes 1: FREE ELECTIVES (13 hours required) Pass-fail only

Houston, Paul L.

392

UNDERGRADUATE Our chemistry faculty are

  Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

Summary: UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH Our chemistry faculty are involved in a wide variety of research projects the guidance of an interested and involved research mentor. UNDERGRADUATE LABORATORIES AND EQUIPMENT COMPUTER ROOM The Department boasts a large study and computer room with windows overlooking the scenic Portage

Honrath, Richard E.

393

A new chemistry for managing

  Physics Websites

Summary: /Organophosphates (1) ­ Methomyl, Chlorpyrifos · Cyclodiene organochlorines (2) ­ Endosulfan, Fipronil · Pyrethroids (3) ­ Cypermethrin, -cyhalothrin (#) = chemistry class #12;Nerve/muscle targets · Neonicotinoids (4) ­ Thiamethoxam in 2010 with imidicloprid #12;New products in soybean · HeroTM (PY + PY) -cypermethrin + Bifenthrin

Jurenka, Russell A.

394

Chemistry I Primary Writing or

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: MTH 161 Calculus I CHM 131 Chemistry I Primary Writing or Humanities/Social Science MTH 162 Biology PHY 122 Physics II Electricity & Magnetism MTH 164 Multidimensional Calculus Basic Science Elective Humanities/ Social Science ------------------ & WRT 273* Prof Writing BME 221/ 099 Lab Biomedical

Cantlon, Jessica F.

395

Chemistry I Primary Writing or

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: MTH 161 Calculus I CHM 131 Chemistry I Primary Writing or Humanities/Social Science MTH 162 Biology PHY 122 Physics II Electricity & Magnetism MTH 164 Multidimensional Calculus Basic Science Elective Humanities/ Social Science ------------------ & WRT 273* Prof Writing - BME 221/ 099 Lab

Cantlon, Jessica F.

396

JOHN FOURKAS New Chemistry for

  Physics Websites

Summary: JOHN FOURKAS New Chemistry for Micro Machines The University of Maryland's John Fourkas works that could pave IMPACT P R O F I L E #12;JOHN FOURKAS the way for entirely new types of micro machines. "This should make it possible to create a whole new generation of microscopic sensors, actuators

Hill, Wendell T.

397

Name: ____________________________________ CHEMISTRY 3351, Fall 1993

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: . Bernhard Schlegel Department of Chemistry, Wayne State University Detroit, Michigan 48202-3489 Received May is initiated by hydrogen abstraction, then the free-radical inter- mediate may be hydroxylated directly (&) or it may undergo rearrangement (k,) and subsequent recombination to afford a rearranged alcohol

Walba, David

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  Chemistry Websites

Summary: , Pirates of the Caribbean/Lake Michigan? Someone should talk to Eberhard about audio guy: Alyssa, try to get other committees to help oBetter torches, find better way to attach fuses to balloons to start doing Green Chemistry Need to find a Green speaker oCoddens, Kimberly Gray, Kung, Notestein

Grzybowski, Bartosz A.

399

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Zanibbi, Richard

401

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Sheridan, Scott

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Seamons, Kent E.

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BS in CHEMISTRY EDUCATION (692828) MAP Sheet Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

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Seamons, Kent E.

404

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New Hampshire, University of

406

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Sheridan, Scott

408

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Srivastava, Kumar Vaibhav

409

Roadmap: Chemistry Chemistry -Bachelor of Science [AS-BS-CHEM-CHEM

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Summary: Roadmap: Chemistry ­ Chemistry - Bachelor of Science [AS-BS-CHEM-CHEM] College of Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Catalog Year: 2012­2013 Page 1 of 2 | Last Updated: 17-May-12/LNHD for certification by the American Chemical Society CHEM 10060 General Chemistry I (4) and CHEM 10062 General

Sheridan, Scott

410

Roadmap: Chemistry Materials Chemistry -Bachelor of Science [AS-BS-CHEM-MCHM

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Summary: Roadmap: Chemistry ­ Materials Chemistry - Bachelor of Science [AS-BS-CHEM-MCHM] College of Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Catalog Year: 2013-2014 Page 1 of 3 | Last Updated: 30 Major GPA Important Notes Semester One: [14 Credit Hours] CHEM 10060 General Chemistry I (4) and CHEM

Sheridan, Scott

411

Why Study Chemistry at ESF A Rigorous Education: Chemistry faculty bring their

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Summary: Why Study Chemistry at ESF A Rigorous Education: Chemistry faculty bring their expertise in cutting and real-world examples. Also, in addition to the usual chemistry courses, undergraduates take three our students receive: 95% of our students are employed in chemistry or accepted into graduate

Chatterjee, Avik P.

412

Minor in Chemistry Handout1.doc (04/30/08) Department of Chemistry

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Summary: Minor in Chemistry Handout1.doc (04/30/08) Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Student Academic.fleming@ucr.edu Minor in Chemistry Procedure: It is assumed that you have completed the requirements listed in section to Declare a Minor to Chemistry. Include the following: full name, student identification number, and email

Reed, Christopher A.

413

BA in CHEMISTRY (692827) MAP Sheet Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

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Summary: BA in CHEMISTRY (692827) MAP Sheet Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry For students entering in major courses. --The Chemistry and Biochemistry Department requires the final 10 hours of required Biophysical Chemistry Chem 481M Biochemistry­Majors Chem 584 Biochemistry Lab/Proteins Or Chem 586

Olsen Jr., Dan R.

414

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Study Plan Master of Arts in Chemistry

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Study Plan Master of Arts in Chemistry Name CWID Date Other from Month/Year Undergraduate Major: 2. Undergrad degree in Chemistry or Biochemistry OR Minimum in one of the following subject tests: Chemistry Biochemistry Physics Biology 5. Writing Requirement has

de Lijser, Peter

415

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Summary: BA in CHEMISTRY (692827) MAP Sheet Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry For students entering Chemistry and Biochemistry Department requires the final 10 hours of required chemistry credit to be taken 481M Biochemistry­Majors Chem 584 Biochemistry Lab/Proteins Or Chem 586 Biochemistry Lab/Nucleic Acids

Seamons, Kent E.

416

Can a "state of the art" chemistry transport model simulate Amazonian tropospheric chemistry?

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Summary: PotsdamJena General Ecosystem Simulator (LPJ-GUESS) dynamic vegetation model, and the model has been run using twoCan a "state of the art" chemistry transport model simulate Amazonian tropospheric chemistry)Chem chemistry transport model simulation of tropospheric chemistry over tropical South America. The model has

Chance, Kelly

417

Chemistry -Bachelor of Science (SCH2) Chemistry/Biochemistry: ACS Certified

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Summary: I 2 UN 1001 Perspectives on Inquiry 3 CH 2212 Quantitative Analysis 5 UN 1002 World Cultures* 4 CH 3510 Physical Chemistry I 3 UN 2001 Revisions 3 CH 3511 Physical Chemistry Lab I 2 UN 2002 Institutions 3 CH 3520 Physical Chemistry II 3 Distribution Courses** 15 CH 3521 Physical Chemistry Lab II 2 CH


418

Chemistry -Bachelor of Science (SCH2) Chemistry/Biochemistry: ACS Certified

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Summary: General Education Requirements - 28 Credits CH 2411 Organic Chemistry Lab l 1 UN 1001 Perspectives 2001 Revisions 3 CH 2212 Quantitative Analysis 5 UN 2002 Institutions 3 CH 3510 Physical Chemistry I 3 Distribution Courses** 15 CH 3511 Physical Chemistry Lab I 2 CH 3520 Physical Chemistry II 3 Free Electives


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A fast stratospheric ozone chemistry schemeA fast stratospheric ozone chemistry scheme Michel Bourqui1

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Summary: a computationally efficient chemical scheme, the FAst STratospheric Ozone Chemistry (FASTOC) scheme, which has is based on pre-computed non-linear transfer functions that represent the average diurnal chemistry. d [O3A fast stratospheric ozone chemistry schemeA fast stratospheric ozone chemistry scheme Michel

Bourqui, Michel

420

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY 2012 Department of Chemistry Annual Report Page 2

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Summary: ANNUAL REPORT 2012 DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY #12;2012 Department of Chemistry Annual Report Page 2 of the Department of Chemistry at Curtin University. This Report highlights the teaching and research achievements of chemists and chemistry-related scientists. This Report showcases and celebrates their achievements


421

Chemistry 6485: Computational Chemistry Meetings: MWF 9:05-9:55, MS&E 1224

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Summary: Chemistry 6485: Computational Chemistry Instructor Meetings: MWF 9:05-9:55, MS&E 1224 Office Hours This introductory course in computational chemistry will discuss molecular mechanics, semiempir- ical computational chemistry methods, and they will also learn the advantages and disadvantages of these methods

Sherrill, David

422

MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION Chemistry and Unified Science-Chemistry endorsement, grades 9-12

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Summary: MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION Chemistry and Unified Science-Chemistry endorsement, grades 9 Advanced Topics (TOPIC) 1-3 ______ ______ CHEM 620G Fundamental Processes in Chemistry I 3 ______ ______ CHEM 621G Fundamental Processes in Chemistry II 3 ______ ______ Minimum Hours Required for Degree: 35

Gering, Jon C.

423

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Summary: Chem 113 Introductory General Chemistry Lab Chem 201 Chemical Handling & Safe Lab Practices Chem 227BS in CHEMISTRY (692821) MAP Sheet Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry For students entering list personal choice No more than 3 hours of D credit is allowed in major courses. The Chemistry

Seamons, Kent E.

424

Part 2. Three Primary Areas of Theoretical Chemistry Chapter 5. An Overview of Theoretical Chemistry

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Summary: 312 Part 2. Three Primary Areas of Theoretical Chemistry Chapter 5. An Overview of Theoretical Chemistry In this Chapter, many of the basic concepts and tools of theoretical chemistry are discussed only to undergraduate students using this text to learn about theoretical chemistry; most graduate students and more

Simons, Jack

425

Part 2. Three Primary Areas of Theoretical Chemistry Chapter 5. An Overview of Theoretical Chemistry

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Summary: 1 Part 2. Three Primary Areas of Theoretical Chemistry Chapter 5. An Overview of Theoretical Chemistry In this Chapter, many of the basic concepts and tools of theoretical chemistry are discussed only of the field that you will learn the details of in these later Chapters. I. What is Theoretical Chemistry About

Simons, Jack

426

Theoretical Chemistry Symposium The Theoretical Chemistry Symposium (TCS) is a biennial symposium focusing on

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Summary: Theoretical Chemistry Symposium 9 ­ 12th The Theoretical Chemistry Symposium (TCS) is a biennial symposium focusing on various fields of theoretical and computational chemistry. The field of theoretical due to the large quantum of work in this area. TCS is the largest meeting of theoretical chemistry

Srivastava, Kumar Vaibhav

427

Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry Newsletter First mobile app for green chemistry fosters sustainable manufacturing of

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Summary: is now available on youtube. 2013 ACS Summer School on Green Chemistry and Sustainable EnergyBerkeley Center for Green Chemistry Newsletter First mobile app for green chemistry fosters of the environmentally friendly and sustainable principles of green chemistry -- is the topic of a report in the American

Silver, Whendee

428

Polymer Parametrised Field Theory

  CERN Preprints

Summary: Free scalar field theory on 2 dimensional flat spacetime, cast in diffeomorphism invariant guise by treating the inertial coordinates of the spacetime as dynamical variables, is quantized using LQG type `polymer' representations for the matter field and the inertial variables. The quantum constraints are solved via group averaging techniques and, analogous to the case of spatial geometry in LQG, the smooth (flat) spacetime geometry is replaced by a discrete quantum structure. An overcomplete set of Dirac observables, consisting of (a) (exponentials of) the standard free scalar field creation- annihilation modes and (b) canonical transformations corresponding to conformal isometries, are represented as operators on the physical Hilbert space. None of these constructions suffer from any of the `triangulation' dependent choices which arise in treatments of LQG. In contrast to the standard Fock quantization, the non- Fock nature of the representation ensures that the algebra of conformal isometries as well as tha...

Laddha, Alok
2008-01-01

429

Polymer optical fiber fuse

  CERN Preprints

Summary: Although high-transmission-capacity optical fibers are in demand, the problem of the fiber fuse phenomenon needs to be resolved to prevent the destruction of fibers. As polymer optical fibers become more prevalent, clarifying their fuse properties has become important. Here, we experimentally demonstrate a fuse propagation velocity of 21.9 mm/s, which is 1 to 2 orders of magnitude slower than that in standard silica fibers. The achieved threshold power density and proportionality constant between the propagation velocity and the power density are respectively 1/186 of and 16.8 times the values for silica fibers. An oscillatory continuous curve instead of periodic voids is formed after the passage of the fuse. An easy fuse termination method is presented herein, along with its potential plasma applications.

Mizuno, Yosuke; Tanaka, Hiroki; Nakamura, Kentaro
2013-01-01

430

Thermally Activated Processes in Polymer Glasses

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: A derivation is given for the Vogel-Fulcher-Tammann thermal activation law for the glassy state of a bulk polymer. Our microscopic considerations involve the entropy of closed polymer molecular chains (i.e. polymer closed strings). For thin film polymer glasses, one obtains open polymer strings in that the boundary surfaces serve as possible string endpoint locations. The Vogel-Fulcher-Tammann thermal activation law thereby holds true for a bulk polymer glass but is modified in the neighborhood of the boundaries of thin film polymers.

V. Parihar; D. Drosdoff; A. Widom; Y. N. Srivastava
2005-12-03

431

8, 23112336, 2008 Chemistry of sprite

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Summary: ACPD 8, 2311­2336, 2008 Chemistry of sprite discharges Y. Hiraki et al. Title Page Abstract Discussions Chemistry of sprite discharges through ion-neutral reactions Y. Hiraki 1 , Y. Kasai 2 , and H­2336, 2008 Chemistry of sprite discharges Y. Hiraki et al. Title Page Abstract Introduction Conclusions

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

432

College of Chemistry University of California, Berkeley

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Iglesia, Enrique

433

Matthew F. Tuchler Associate Professor of Chemistry

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Summary: process). "Quantum Mechanics: A Conceptual Approach by Hendrick Hameka" Book Review for J. Chem Ed., 81 "Fundamentals of Quantum Chemistry by James House (2nd edition)" Book Review for J. Chem. Ed.,82 (2005) 1002 - Aqueous Inorganic and Quantitative Chemistry Chemistry 165 ­ Dynamic Systems Modeling and Global Climate

Marsh, David

434

Louisiana State University. The Department of Chemistry

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Summary: Louisiana State University. The Department of Chemistry Assistant Professor (Tenure-track) Inorganic Solid State Hard or Organic/Macromolecular/Biological Soft Materials Chemistry August 2015 start. Required Qualifications: PhD in Chemistry or a related field; demonstrated excellence in teaching

Alpay, S. Pamir

435

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Guo, Zaoyang

436

Postdoctoral Researcher, Materials Chemistry (2 year contract)

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Summary: Postdoctoral Researcher, Materials Chemistry (2 year contract) Adaptive Sensors Group Dublin City University Overview The Adaptive Sensors Group (ASG, see www.dcu.ie/chemistry/asg/) is a large partners. The group's research strategy in materials chemistry research is to closely align activity

Humphrys, Mark

437

Department of Chemistry Dpartement de Chimie

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438

ATS621, Fall 2014 Atmospheric Chemistry

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Summary: ATS621, Fall 2014 Atmospheric Chemistry Monday and Wednesday, 9 ­ 9:50, 212B ACRC Instructor: Prof) Understand quantitatively how emissions, transport, chemistry and deposition impact atmospheric chemical to Atmospheric Chemistry, D.J. Jacob Princeton University Press, 1999 PDF versions of the chapters can

Collett Jr., Jeffrey L.

439

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Bogaerts, Steven

440

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Jiang, Wen

441

Chemistry 541 Organic Structure and Reactivity

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Nickrent, Daniel L.

442

Florida State University Chemistry Outreach Program

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Florida State University Chemistry Outreach Program Undergraduate Application 2006-2007 Student must be and undergraduate chemistry or biochemistry major Student must have completed minimum of 2 of the disciplines of chemistry (organic, biochemistry, analytical, etc.) A letter of recommendation should

Weston, Ken

443

Research School of Chemistry Nonlinear response of

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Evans, Denis

444

Chem 439: Forensic Chemistry Spring 2014

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Nickrent, Daniel L.

445

(Green Chemistry) (2013/12/03)

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Summary: (Green Chemistry) (2013/12/03) * / (Anastas)(Warner) ""(sustainable)" (The products () Y: Yes, it's safe () 1. Anastas, P. T.; Warner, J. C. Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice; Oxford, 2000. 2. Lancaster, M. Green Chemistry: An Introductory Text; RSC, 2002. 3. Matlack, A. S

Wu, Yih-Min

446

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY BIOCHEMISTRY OPTION

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Hardy, Christopher R.

447

STRATEGIC PLAN Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

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Rubloff, Gary W.

448

QANU Research Review Chemistry QANU, April 2011

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van Rooij, Robert

449

Chemistry 365: General Information David Ronis

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Summary: Chemistry 365: General Information © David Ronis McGill University Chemistry 365: Statistical grade will be computed as detailed below in scheme II. TEXT T. L. Hill, An Introduction to Statistical. James R. Barrante, Applied Mathematics for Physical Chemistry, 3rd edition. This isn't a statistical

Ronis, David M.

450

5, 509555, 2005 Chemistry-climate

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Summary: ACPD 5, 509­555, 2005 Chemistry-climate model SOCOL T. Egorova et al. Title Page Abstract-ID: 1680-7375/acpd/2005-5-509 European Geosciences Union Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions Chemistry-climate model SOCOL: a validation of the present-day climatology T. Egorova 1,2 , E. Rozanov 1

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

451

Chemistry and Biochemistry Department Computer Management Policy

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Seamons, Kent E.

452

PHILOSOPHY OF CHEMISTRY Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent

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Paris-Sud XI, Université de

453

1stSemester Chemistry I

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Texas at Arlington, University of

454

Montana State University 1 Chemistry and Biochemistry

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Maxwell, Bruce D.

455

Chemistry 365: Final Exam (2007) David Ronis

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Summary: Chemistry 365: Final Exam (2007) © David Ronis McGill University Faculty of Science FINAL EXAMINATION STATISTICAL THERMODYNAMICS: Chemistry 365 McGill University Examiner: Professor David Ronis Monday´s Approximation: ln(N!) N ln(N) - N - dx e-ax2 = /a 7. Good Luck. Monday, April 23, 2007 #12;Chemistry 365 -2

Ronis, David M.

456

Chemistry 365: Problem Set 6 David Ronis

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Summary: Chemistry 365: Problem Set 6 © David Ronis McGill University DUE: Monday, March 10, 2008 (Last Day results compare? Winter Term, 2015 #12;Chemistry 365 -2- Problem Set 6 2. (Past exam question worth 25 the form Winter Term, 2015 #12;Chemistry 365 -3- Problem Set 6 of spin-wave contribution to the heat

Ronis, David M.

457

Chemistry 365: Final Exam (2006) David Ronis

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Summary: Chemistry 365: Final Exam (2006) © David Ronis McGill University Faculty of Science FINAL EXAMINATION STATISTICAL THERMODYNAMICS: Chemistry 365 McGill University Examiner: Professor David Ronis Monday´s Approximation: ln(N!) N ln(N) - N - dx e-ax2 = /a 7. Good Luck. Monday, April 24, 2006 #12;Chemistry 365 -2

Ronis, David M.

458

Richard Alan Loomis Associate Professor of Chemistry

  Geosciences Websites

Summary: Richard Alan Loomis Associate Professor of Chemistry Washington University in Saint Louis Department of Chemistry Tel. (314) 935-8534 Campus Box 1134 Fax (314) 935-4481 Washington University e Washington University, Saint Louis, MO. 2010-present: Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Chemistry

Skemer, Philip

459

Department of Medicinal Chemistry 2010 Annual Report

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Summary: Department of Medicinal Chemistry 2010 Annual Report 717 Delaware Street Southeast 308 Harvard............................................................................ 13 i Table of Contents Department of Medicinal Chemistry 2010 Annual Report #12;Department of Medicinal Chemistry page 1 In 2010, the Department continued its pattern of growth and excellence. One

Thomas, David D.

460

The Clinical Laboratories (Chemistry and Hematology)

  Biology and Medicine Websites

Summary: . Lewandrowski The clinical laboratories (Clinical Chemistry and Hematology) at the Mas- sachusetts General280 Chapter The Clinical Laboratories (Chemistry and Hematology) Donna MacMillan and Kent B moved from research to patient care. The chemistry laboratory at MGH has a long history. It began

Mootha, Vamsi K.

461

4, 13711392, 2004 chemistry-transport

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Summary: ACPD 4, 1371­1392, 2004 3-D chemistry-transport model Polair V. Mallet and B. Sportisse Title Page and Physics Discussions 3-D chemistry-transport model Polair: numerical issues, validation and automatic Correspondence to: V. Mallet (mallet@cerea.enpc.fr) 1371 #12;ACPD 4, 1371­1392, 2004 3-D chemistry

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

462

GUEST EDITORIAL Computational and Theoretical Chemistry

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: GUEST EDITORIAL Computational and Theoretical Chemistry Modern research in the chemical sciences. At the outset of the 21st century, theoretical and computational chemistry has arrived at a position of central decades within theoretical chemistry. Theoretical chemists have adapted their tools for use in industry

Carter, Emily A.

463

Undergraduate Chemistry Council October 4, 2010

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: , Nathan, Alyssa, Sravya, Corey, TLC, Diana Start Time: 7:03pm 1. Tutoring a. First organic chemistryUndergraduate Chemistry Council October 4, 2010 In attendance: Anne, Margaret, Jason, Nick, Nate. Five classes (210/212) are participating. (Cotton has not responded to emails) d. General chemistry

Grzybowski, Bartosz A.

464

Transverse fluctuations of grafted polymers

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We study the statistical mechanics of grafted polymers of arbitrary stiffness in a two-dimensional embedding space with Monte Carlo simulations. The probability distribution function of the free end is found to be highly anisotropic and non-Gaussian for typical semiflexible polymers. The reduced distribution in the transverse direction, a Gaussian in the stiff and flexible limits, shows a double peak structure at intermediate stiffnesses. We also explore the response to a transverse force applied at the polymer free end. We identify F-Actin as an ideal benchmark for the effects discussed.

Gianluca Lattanzi; Tobias Munk; Erwin Frey
2003-11-04

465

Scaling Behaviors of Branched Polymers

  HEP - Lattice (arXiv)

Summary: We study the thermodynamic behavior of branched polymers. We first study random walks in order to clarify the thermodynamic relation between the canonical ensemble and the grand canonical ensemble. We then show that correlation functions for branched polymers are given by those for $\\phi^3$ theory with a single mass insertion, not those for the $\\phi^3$ theory themselves. In particular, the two-point function behaves as $1/p^4$, not as $1/p^2$, in the scaling region. This behavior is consistent with the fact that the Hausdorff dimension of the branched polymer is four.

Hajime Aoki; Satoshi Iso; Hikaru Kawai; Yoshihisa Kitazawa
1999-11-01

466

Thermodynamics of tubelike flexible polymers

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: In this work we present the general phase behavior of short tubelike flexible polymers. The geometric thickness constraint is implemented through the concept of the global radius of curvature. We use sophisticated Monte Carlo sampling methods to simulate small bead-stick polymer models with Lennard-Jones interaction among non-bonded monomers. We analyze energetic fluctuations and structural quantities to classify conformational pseudophases. We find that the tube thickness influences the thermodynamic behavior of simple tubelike polymers significantly, i.e., for given temperature, the formation of secondary structures strongly depends on the tube thickness.

Thomas Vogel; Thomas Neuhaus; Michael Bachmann; Wolfhard Janke
2009-07-17

467

Review Article Polymer sciences

  CiteSeer

Summary: Despite the vast importance of green chemistry synthesis and characterization of natural biopolymers is need of time which eliminates the danger to health and environment. Polysaccharides are widely spread biopolymers with diversity of structure and properties. They are potential substitutes of petroleum-derived synthetic products because they are easily available, nontoxic, biodegradable and biocompatible. Due to their fascinating properties they are used as a rheological modifier in food, pharmaceutical, paper, textile, oil and drilling and score of other industrial and commercial sectors. Modification of hydrophilic backbone of these biopolymers diversifies and enhances its applications and functionality. Guar gum is an outstanding representative of green, ecofriendaly biopolymers This Review deals with structure, properties and potential uses of green biopolymer guar gum. Different methodologies to modify guar to enhance and diversify its properties and application range are discussed and reviewed.

Green Biopolymer; Guar Gum; Its Derivatives; Dure Najaf; Iqbal; Erum Akbar Hussain

468

Revised 4/18/12 Department of Chemistry

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Revised 4/18/12 Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Handbook #12;2 #12;3 Table of Contents THE CHAIRMAN'S WELCOME 7 CAREER PATHS IN CHEMISTRY AND MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY 8 CHEMISTRY PROGRAMS AT UB 11 ADMISSION TO THE PROGRAM 14 CHANGING YOUR MAJOR TO CHEMISTRY/ MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY 14 ADVISEMENT 15 UB HUB

Colón, Luis A.

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Revised 8/01/12 Department of Chemistry

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Revised 8/01/12 Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Handbook #12;2 #12;3 Table of Contents THE CHAIRMAN'S WELCOME 7 CAREER PATHS IN CHEMISTRY AND MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY 7 CHEMISTRY PROGRAMS AT UB 11 ADMISSION TO THE PROGRAM 14 CHANGING YOUR MAJOR TO CHEMISTRY/ MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY 14 ADVISEMENT 15 UB HUB

Colón, Luis A.

470

Courses: Chemistry (CHEM) Page 277Sonoma State University 2013-2014 Catalog Chemistry (CHEM)

  Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

Summary: Courses: Chemistry (CHEM) Page 277Sonoma State University 2013-2014 Catalog Chemistry (CHEM) CHeM nC SeLeCted topiCS (0) CHeM 102 CHeMiStry And SoCiety (3) Lecture, 2 hours; laboratory, 3 hours. An introductory course in chemistry for non-majors. Covers the basics of chemistry related to everyday life

Ravikumar, B.

471

Stable $\\A^1$-connectedness.

  K-Theory Preprint Archive

Summary: We prove in this note a stabilized version of a conjecture on $\\A^1$-connectedness. For the stabilized version of this conjecture, we introduce the notion of stable $\\A^1$-connectedness, which is can be seen as the stabilization of $\\A^1$-connectedness. The notion of stable $\\A^1$-connectedness is in connection to the existence of zero cycles of degree one rather than rational points.

Nguyen Le Dang Thi

472

Extensional Behavior of Entangled Polymers.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ?? Recent particle-tracking velocimetry (PTV) has revealed inhomogeneous elastic breakdown of entangled polymer networks during shear. Such cohesive failures indicate a many-bodied network picture for (more)

Wang, Yangyang
2010-01-01

473

A conjugated polymer plastic gel

  MIT - DSpace

Summary: We present a gel route to process highly oriented conjugated polymer films and fibers. The incorporation of hexafluoroisopropanol, a strong and stable dipolar group, to the polythiophene backbone enhances the solubility ...

Alcazar Jorba, Daniel
2008-01-01

474

Barrier crossing of semiflexible polymers

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We consider the motion of semiflexible polymers in double-well potentials. We calculate shape, energy, and effective diffusion constant of kink excitations, and in particular their dependence on the bending rigidity of the semiflexible polymer. For symmetric potentials, the kink motion is purely diffusive whereas kink motion becomes directed in the presence of a driving force on the polymer. We determine the average velocity of the semiflexible polymer based on the kink dynamics. The Kramers escape over the potential barriers proceeds by nucleation and diffusive motion of kink-antikink pairs, the relaxation to the straight configuration by annihilation of kink-antikink pairs. Our results apply to the activated motion of biopolymers such as DNA and actin filaments or synthetic polyelectrolytes on structured substrates.

P. Kraikivski; R. Lipowsky; J. Kierfeld
2005-11-05

475

Polymer Bose--Einstein Condensates

  General Relativity & Quantum Cosmology (arXiv)

Summary: In this work we analyze a non--interacting one dimensional polymer Bose--Einstein condensate in an harmonic trap within the semiclassical approximation. We use an effective Hamiltonian coming from the polymer quantization that arises in loop quantum gravity. We calculate the number of particles in order to obtain the critical temperature. The Bose--Einstein functions are replaced by series, whose high order terms are related to powers of the polymer length. It is shown that the condensation temperature presents a shift respect to the standard case, for small values of the polymer scale. In typical experimental conditions, it is possible to establish a bound for $\\lambda^{2}$ up to $ \\lesssim 10 ^{-16}$m$^2$. To improve this bound we should decrease the frequency of the trap and also decrease the number of particles.

E. Castellanos; G. Chacon-Acosta
2013-01-22

476

Conducting polymer actuators : temperature effects

  MIT - DSpace

Summary: In order to utilize conducting polymer actuators as a viable engineering solution, it is necessary to produce usable levels of force with a reasonable bandwidth. Polypyrrole actuated at temperatures as high as 100 C ...

Del Zio, Michael R. (Michael Robert), 1982-
2006-01-01

477

Nanomechanical characterization of polymer nanocomposites

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: and spatially map these properties. · Relate key mechanical properties to morphology of nanocomposite polymers of the nanocomposite. Mechanical characterization of small volumes of material can be done using depth

Van Vliet, Krystyn J.

478

Brunei University Improved Superabsorbent Polymers

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Summary: This work is devoted to the synthesis, characterization and modification of a class of acrylic-based superabsorbent polymers. The techniques of inverse suspension and solution polymerisations were used for synthesis. Each absorbent was mainly characterised by its equilibrium capacity of water absorption and by the rate of absorption. The swelling characteristics of the polymers were evaluated in terms of change in polymerisation variables which include, type and amount of crosslinker, monomer composition, process of polymerisation, temperature, initiator concentration, monomer concentration and particle size of the product. The swelling dependency on salinity was also examined. In some cases, the base polymer was blended with certain polymers in order to upgrade the swelling properties. A swelling model was devised based on a simple viscoelastic model, i. e. Voigt model, to obtain a better understanding of the effect of the above-mentioned variables on the swelling behaviour.

Hossein Omidian; Best Copy
1997-01-01

479

Characterisation of complex polymer mixtures.

  Open Access Theses and Dissertations

Summary: ??The polymer of intrinsic microporosity PIM-1 was synthesized following various procedures:(i) from fluoro-monomer by the conventional method, (ii) from fluoro-monomer by a hightemperature, high shear (more)

Al-Harbi, Nasser Munawir D
2011-01-01

480

Intermolecular adhesion in conducting polymers

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We analyze the interaction of two conducting, charged polymer chains in solution using a minimal model for their electronic degrees of freedom. We show that a crossing of the two chains in which the polymers pass within Angstroms of each other leads to a decrease of the electronic energy of the combined system that is significantly larger than the thermal energy and thus promotes interchain aggregation. We consider the competition of this attractive interaction with the screened electrostatic repulsion and thereby propose a phase diagram for such polymers in solution; depending on the charge density and persistence length of the chains, the polymers may be unbound, bound in loose, braid-like structures, or tightly bound in a parallel configuration.

Jeremy D. Schmit; Alex J. Levine
2004-04-05

481

Characterization of macro-length conducting polymers and the development of a conducting polymer rotary motor

  MIT - DSpace

Summary: Conducting polymers are a subset of materials within the electroactive polymer class that exhibit active mechanical deformations. These deformations induce stresses and strains that allow for conducting polymers to be used ...

Schmid, Bryan D. (Bryan David), 1981-
2005-01-01

482

Polymer Translocation in Crowded Environments

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We study the effect of the crowded nature of the cellular cytoplasm on the translocation of a polymer through a pore in a membrane. By systematically treating the entropic penalty due to crowding, we show that the translocation dynamics are significantly altered, leading to novel scaling behaviors of the translocation time in terms of chain length. We also observe new and qualitatively different translocation regimes depending upon the extent of crowding, transmembrane chemical potential asymmetry, and polymer length.

Ajay Gopinathan; Yong Woon Kim
2007-03-30

483

Polymer transport by laminar flows

  Nonlinear Sciences (arXiv)

Summary: Polymer transport is investigated for two paradigmatic laminar flows having open and closed streamlines, respectively. For both types of flows we find transport depletion owing to the action of the polymers elastic degree of freedom. For flows with closed streamlines the leading mechanism for the observed transport reduction is the (dynamical) formation of barriers. For flows with open streamlines the reduction of transport is induced by the renormalization of the bare diffusion coefficient. Results have been obtained by means of Lagrangian simulations.

M. De Lucia; A. Mazzino; A. Vulpiani
2002-02-18

484

Branched Polymers and Dimensional Reduction

  Mathematical Physics (arXiv)

Summary: We establish an exact relation between self-avoiding branched polymers in D+2 continuum dimensions and the hard-core continuum gas at negative activity in D dimensions. We review conjectures and results on critical exponents for D+2 = 2,3,4 and show that they are corollaries of our result. We explain the connection (first proposed by Parisi and Sourlas) between branched polymers in D+2 dimensions and the Yang-Lee edge singularity in D dimensions.

David C. Brydges; John Z. Imbrie
2001-07-08

485

Branched Polymers Re-Revisited

  HEP - Lattice (arXiv)

Summary: We point out some misconceptions in a recent paper by H. Aoki et al. [hep-th/9909060]. In particular, the claim that the two-point function of branched polymers behaves as 1/p^4 instead of 1/p^2 for large p is mistaken and in no way a precondition for the Hausdorff dimension of branched polymers having the well known value four.

J. Ambjorn; B. Durhuus; T. Jonsson
1999-09-28

486

Cosmological Constant and Polymer Physics

  General Relativity & Quantum Cosmology (arXiv)

Summary: It is traced out a parallel between the cosmological constant problem and the polymer physics. The time evolution of the universe world line is compared with the growing of a polymer chain. An equivalent Flory free energy and a modification of it are used as a means to evaluate two versions for the radius of gyration of the universe. It is proposed a link between this radius of gyration and the cosmological constant parameter.

Paulo Roberto Silva
2008-12-21

487

B.S. and ACS Approved Degrees in Chemistry Requirements for the Chemistry B.S. degree program

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: B.S. and ACS Approved Degrees in Chemistry Requirements for the Chemistry B.S. degree program General Chemistry CHM 1045 & 1045L; 1046 & 1046L or CHM 1050, 1050L; 1051, 1051L Analytical Chemistry CHM 3120 & 3120L; 4130 & 4130L Inorganic Chemistry CHM 4610, 4610L Organic Chemistry CHM 2210; 2211, 2211L

McQuade, D. Tyler

488

Continuum Theory of Polymer Crystallization

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We present a kinetic model of crystal growth of polymers of finite molecular weight. Experiments help to classify polymer crystallization broadly into two kinetic regimes. One is observed in melts or in high molar mass polymer solutions and is dominated by nucleation control with $G \\sim \\exp(1/T \\Delta T)$, where $G$ is the growth rate and $\\Delta T$ is the super-cooling. The other is observed in low molar mass solutions (as well as for small molecules) and is diffusion controlled with $G \\sim \\Delta T$, for small $\\Delta T$. Our model unifies these two regimes in a single formalism. The model accounts for the accumulation of polymer chains near the growth front and invokes an entropic barrier theory to recover both limits of nucleation and diffusion control. The basic theory applies to both melts and solutions, and we numerically calculate the growth details of a single crystal in a dilute solution. The effects of molecular weight and concentration are also determined considering conventional polymer dynamics. Our theory shows that entropic considerations, in addition to the traditional energetic arguments, can capture general trends of a vast range of phenomenology. Unifying ideas on crystallization from small molecules and from flexible polymer chains emerge from our theory.

Arindam Kundagrami; M. Muthukumar
2006-12-19

489

Hydrodynamic Effects on Confined Polymers

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We consider the statics and dynamics of a flexible polymer confined between parallel plates both in the presence and absence of hydrodynamic interactions. The hydrodynamic interactions are described at the level of the fluctuating, compressible Navier-Stokes equation. We consider two cases: (i) confinement for both the solvent and the polymer, and (ii) confinement for the polymer only (in a 3D solvent), which is experimentally feasible, for instance, by (optical) trapping. We find a continuous transition from 2D to 3D dynamic scaling as a function of decreasing degree of confinement within the de Gennes and the weak-confinement regimes. We demonstrate that, in the presence of hydrodynamics, the polymer's center-of-mass diffusion coefficient in the direction parallel to the walls scales differently as a function of the level of confinement in cases (i) and (ii). We also find that in the commonly used Langevin dynamics description, the polymer swells more parallel to the walls than in the presence of hydrodynamics, and the planar diffusion coefficient shows scaling behavior similar to case (ii) rather than case (i). In addition, we quantify the differences in the static structure factor of the polymer between cases (i) and (ii), and between case (i) and Langevin dynamics.

Santtu T. T. Ollila; Colin Denniston; Mikko Karttunen; Tapio Ala-Nissila
2012-10-31

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UCLA PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CONCENTRATION 2012-2013 CHEMISTRY MAJOR (B.S.), PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CONCENTRATION: This concentration is designed primarily for

  Materials Science Websites

Summary: UCLA PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CONCENTRATION 2012-2013 CHEMISTRY MAJOR (B.S.), PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CONCENTRATION: This concentration is designed primarily for Chemistry majors who are interested in attending graduate school in Physical Chemistry/Physics or related areas. It may also satisfy some of the needs

Levine, Alex J.

491

TYPE PAGE TOPOLOGY BATTERY CHEMISTRY

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Summary: Linear Technologys high performance battery management ICs enable long battery life and run time, while providing precision charging control, constant status monitoring and stringent battery protection. Our proprietary design techniques seamlessly manage multiple input sources while providing small solution footprints, faster charging and 100 % standalone operation. Battery and circuit protection features enable improved thermal performance and high reliability operation. Each battery chemistry has unique charging requirements. Selecting the correct battery charger increases the operational run time of the end product, ensuring that the battery is always optimally charged. This guide contains the essential technical criteria to easily identify the optimum battery charging IC for 1-cell to multiple-cell configurations, regardless of chemistry. Data sheets for our complete battery management product portfolio, including our latest

unknown authors

492

1 1 Chemistry for Development

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Summary: The foundations of modern chemistry were laid in the 18th and 19th centuries and further extended in the 20th century. They encompassed the development of a theoretical framework for understanding and explaining the physical and chemical properties of atoms and molecules, together with the invention of increasingly sophisticated techniques for interacting with these entities in order to study and influence their structures and behaviors. These developments have given humanity a degree of mastery over its physical environment that surpasses the sum of achievements over the entire previous period of human history. Chemistry s contributions to human advancement need to be seen in terms of its own core role as a physical science, but also as a platform science in the context of its relationships within the group of natural sciences that includes physics and biology. Chemistry provides the basis for understanding the atomic and molecular aspects of these disciplines and, through its interfaces with a range of pure and applied sciences, underpins the dramatic advances seen in recent decades in such diverse fields as medicine, genetics, biotechnology, materials and energy. Hence, this discussion of the role of chemistry in the process of development is framed in the broader context of the roles of science, technology and innovation more generally. Innovation, which may operate in both technological and social fields [1], encompasses not only the birth of an idea or a discovery, but its application in practice taking the outputs of research and invention and using them to put new goods, services or processes into use. While innovation is sometimes represented as a straightforward linear system (Figure 1.1), in reality this is an over- simplified model and innovation needs to be treated as a complex, highly nonlinear ecosystem, full of interdependences and feedback loops.

unknown authors

493

ION CHEMISTRY 40 Years of

  Chemistry Websites

Summary: Cristol Chemistry Building Room 142 Event Parking Euclid Auto Park $3.00 per day on Saturday and Sunday Beverages Coffee Hot and Iced Tea Lemonade 16thSt 15thSt Euclid Ave 18thSt Euclid Ave 18thSt Broadway University Memorial Center (UMC) Euclid AutoPark FA ATLS CHEM Ketchum Library POWR ENVD MUS EKLC Hellems Arts

Lineberger, W. Carl

494

Polymer Parametrised Field Theory

  General Relativity & Quantum Cosmology (arXiv)

Summary: Free scalar field theory on 2 dimensional flat spacetime, cast in diffeomorphism invariant guise by treating the inertial coordinates of the spacetime as dynamical variables, is quantized using LQG type `polymer' representations for the matter field and the inertial variables. The quantum constraints are solved via group averaging techniques and, analogous to the case of spatial geometry in LQG, the smooth (flat) spacetime geometry is replaced by a discrete quantum structure. An overcomplete set of Dirac observables, consisting of (a) (exponentials of) the standard free scalar field creation- annihilation modes and (b) canonical transformations corresponding to conformal isometries, are represented as operators on the physical Hilbert space. None of these constructions suffer from any of the `triangulation' dependent choices which arise in treatments of LQG. In contrast to the standard Fock quantization, the non- Fock nature of the representation ensures that the algebra of conformal isometries as well as that of spacetime diffeomorphisms are represented in an anomaly free manner. Semiclassical states can be analysed at the gauge invariant level. It is shown that `physical weaves' necessarily underly such states and that such states display semiclassicality with respect to, at most, a countable subset of the (uncountably large) set of observables of type (a). The model thus offers a fertile testing ground for proposed definitions of quantum dynamics as well as semiclassical states in LQG.

Alok Laddha; Madhavan Varadarajan
2008-05-02

495

Solvable Critical Dense Polymers

  HEP - Theory (arXiv)

Summary: A lattice model of critical dense polymers is solved exactly for finite strips. The model is the first member of the principal series of the recently introduced logarithmic minimal models. The key to the solution is a functional equation in the form of an inversion identity satisfied by the commuting double-row transfer matrices. This is established directly in the planar Temperley-Lieb algebra and holds independently of the space of link states on which the transfer matrices act. Different sectors are obtained by acting on link states with s-1 defects where s=1,2,3,... is an extended Kac label. The bulk and boundary free energies and finite-size corrections are obtained from the Euler-Maclaurin formula. The eigenvalues of the transfer matrix are classified by the physical combinatorics of the patterns of zeros in the complex spectral-parameter plane. This yields a selection rule for the physically relevant solutions to the inversion identity and explicit finitized characters for the associated quasi-rational representations. In particular, in the scaling limit, we confirm the central charge c=-2 and conformal weights Delta_s=((2-s)^2-1)/8 for s=1,2,3,.... We also discuss a diagrammatic implementation of fusion and show with examples how indecomposable representations arise. We examine the structure of these representations and present a conjecture for the general fusion rules within our framework.

Paul A. Pearce; Jorgen Rasmussen
2007-02-06

496

Emergent tilt order in Dirac polymer liquids

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: We study a liquid of zigzagging two-dimensional directed polymers with bending rigidity, i.e., polymers whose conformations follow checkerboard paths. In the continuum limit the statistics of such polymers obey the Dirac equation for particles of imaginary mass. We exploit this observation to investigate a liquid of these polymers via a quantum many-fermion analogy. A self-consistent approximation predicts a phase of tilted order, in which the polymers may develop a preference to zig rather than zag. We compute the phase diagram and key response functions for the polymer liquid, and comment on the role played by fluctuations.

Anton Souslov; Benjamin Loewe; Paul M. Goldbart
2014-12-23

497

Northwestern University 2/2007 Transcript Review for Science: Chemistry Designation

  Engineering Websites

Summary: Northwestern University 2/2007 Transcript Review for Science: Chemistry Designation No course below ___________________________________________ Additional Chemistry foundation courses: CHEM 102: General Inorganic Chemistry ____________________ CHEM 103: General Physical Chemistry ____________________ Organic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry One

Shahriar, Selim

498

Macrophages in vitro as a predictive model in polymer toxicology

  Edinburgh, University of - Research Archive

Summary: Organic polymers S2218600, S2429901 and S2219200 (referred to as Polymer 1, Polymer 2 and Polymer 3, respectively) of varying toxic potential, designed for use in cosmetic aerosols, were used as model substances to predict inflammatory potential...

Daly, Paul Michael
2009-01-01

499

Origins of Mechanical and Rheological Properties of Polymer Nanocomposites

  Physics Websites

Summary: Origins of Mechanical and Rheological Properties of Polymer Nanocomposites Venkat Ganesan $$$: NSF of Texas@Austin #12;Polymer Nanocomposites Polymers (Blends, Block copolymers) Nano-Fillers Nanocomposites Nanocomposites Polymers (Blends, Block copolymers) Nano-Fillers Nanocomposites · Processing nanocomposites

Maryland at College Park, University of

500

Dynamic shear responses of polymer-polymer interfaces

  Condensed Matter (arXiv)

Summary: In multi-component soft matter, interface properties often play a key role in determining the properties of the overall system. The identification of the internal dynamic structures in non-equilibrium situations requires the interface rheology to be characterized. We have developed a method to quantify the rheological contribution of soft interfaces and evaluate the dynamic modulus of the interface. This method reveals that the dynamic shear responses of interfaces in bilayer systems comprising polypropylene and three different polyethylenes can be classified as having hardening and softening effects on the overall system: a interface between linear long polymers becomes more elastic than the component polymers, while large polydispersity or long-chain-branching of one component make the interface more viscous. We find that the chain lengths and architectures of the component polymers, rather than equilibrium immiscibility, play an essential role in determining the interface rheological properties.

Yasuya Nakayama; Kiyoyasu Kataoka; Toshihisa Kajiwara
2012-07-14

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