Visit our Christmas Gift Finder
Cellulose Derivatives: Modification, Characterization, and Nanostructures - ACS Symposium Series 688 (Hardback)
  • Cellulose Derivatives: Modification, Characterization, and Nanostructures - ACS Symposium Series 688 (Hardback)
zoom

Cellulose Derivatives: Modification, Characterization, and Nanostructures - ACS Symposium Series 688 (Hardback)

(editor), (editor)
£94.00
Hardback 374 Pages / Published: 27/08/1998
  • We can order this

Usually dispatched within 3 weeks

  • This item has been added to your basket
With contributions from many of the leaders in the field, this volume describes polysaccharide derivatives and new methods with unusual derivatives. It also highlights methods for modifying cellulose, nature's most abundant polymer, to make it accessible for numerous materials and products.

Publisher: American Chemical Society
ISBN: 9780841235489
Number of pages: 374
Weight: 626 g
Dimensions: 235 x 157 x 24 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"The volume emerged from a symposium sponsored by the Division of Cellulose, Paper and Textiles at the 212th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society . . . The three sections of the book cover the chemical modifications of cellulose emphasizing regioselectively substituted derivatives, the
recent progress in the analytical characterization of cellulose derivatives and cellulose reactions, and the formation and characterization of supramolecular structures of cellulosics, especially in polymer blends. . . . This ACS symposium volume presents a lot of exciting new results and
stimulating ideas in many promising areas of cellulose chemistry and physics. It is carefully edited and amply furnished with impressive figures and tables. The book belongs on the shelf of any group active in cellulose research in academia or industry, and it can be recommended also to scientists
interested in current progress on polysaccharides."--Polymer News
"Comprises papers from a symposium of the August 1996 American Chemical Society meeting in Orlando, Florida, focusing on the state of the art in the ability to modify, regenerate, and reshape cellulose and polysaccharide derivatives with unique chemical, physical, and physiological properties.
Highlights include advances in homogenous and heterogeneous phase modification of cellulose to create unusual derivatives, often with regioselective substitution patterns; analysis of selectively and specifically modified derivatives; the self-assembly of cellulosic macromolecules in dilute and
concentrated solutions and solids; and supramolecular architectures potentially useful in novel sensors, immunoassays, membranes, andbiocompatibilized surfaces."--SciTech Book News


"The volume emerged from a symposium sponsored by the Division of Cellulose, Paper and Textiles at the 212th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society . . . The three sections of the book cover the chemical modifications of cellulose emphasizing regioselectively substituted derivatives, the
recent progress in the analytical characterization of cellulose derivatives and cellulose reactions, and the formation and characterization of supramolecular structures of cellulosics, especially in polymer blends. . . . This ACS symposium volume presents a lot of exciting new results and
stimulating ideas in many promising areas of cellulose chemistry and physics. It is carefully edited and amply furnished with impressive figures and tables. The book belongs on the shelf of any group active in cellulose research in academia or industry, and it can be recommended also to scientists
interested in current progress on polysaccharides."--Polymer News
"Comprises papers from a symposium of the August 1996 American Chemical Society meeting in Orlando, Florida, focusing on the state of the art in the ability to modify, regenerate, and reshape cellulose and polysaccharide derivatives with unique chemical, physical, and physiological properties.
Highlights include advances in homogenous and heterogeneous phase modification of cellulose to create unusual derivatives, often with regioselective substitution patterns; analysis of selectively and specifically modified derivatives; the self-assembly of cellulosic macromolecules in dilute and
concentrated solutions and solids; and supramolecular architectures potentially useful in novel sensors, immunoassays, membranes, and biocompatibilized surfaces."--SciTech Book News

"The volume emerged from a symposium sponsored by the Division of Cellulose, Paper and Textiles at the 212th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society . . . The three sections of the book cover the chemical modifications of cellulose emphasizing regioselectively substituted derivatives, the recent progress in the analytical characterization of cellulose derivatives and cellulose reactions, and the formation and characterization of supramolecular structures of cellulosics, especially in polymer blends. . . . This ACS symposium volume presents a lot of exciting new results and stimulating ideas in many promising areas of cellulose chemistry and physics. It is carefully edited and amply furnished with impressive figures and tables. The book belongs on the shelf of any group active in cellulose research in academia or industry, and it can be recommended also to scientists interested in current progress on polysaccharides."--Polymer News
"Comprises papers from a symposium of the August 1996 American Chemical Society meeting in Orlando, Florida, focusing on the state of the art in the ability to modify, regenerate, and reshape cellulose and polysaccharide derivatives with unique chemical, physical, and physiological properties. Highlights include advances in homogenous and heterogeneous phase modification of cellulose to create unusual derivatives, often with regioselective substitution patterns; analysis of selectively and specifically modified derivatives; the self-assembly of cellulosic macromolecules in dilute and concentrated solutions and solids; and supramolecular architectures potentially useful in novel sensors, immunoassays, membranes, and biocompatibilizedsurfaces."--SciTech Book News


"The volume emerged from a symposium sponsored by the Division of Cellulose, Paper and Textiles at the 212th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society . . . The three sections of the book cover the chemical modifications of cellulose emphasizing regioselectively substituted derivatives, the recent progress in the analytical characterization of cellulose derivatives and cellulose reactions, and the formation and characterization of supramolecular structures of cellulosics, especially in polymer blends. . . . This ACS symposium volume presents a lot of exciting new results and stimulating ideas in many promising areas of cellulose chemistry and physics. It is carefully edited and amply furnished with impressive figures and tables. The book belongs on the shelf of any group active in cellulose research in academia or industry, and it can be recommended also to scientists interested in current progress on polysaccharides."--Polymer News


"Comprises papers from a symposium of the August 1996 American Chemical Society meeting in Orlando, Florida, focusing on the state of the art in the ability to modify, regenerate, and reshape cellulose and polysaccharide derivatives with unique chemical, physical, and physiological properties. Highlights include advances in homogenous and heterogeneous phase modification of cellulose to create unusual derivatives, often with regioselective substitution patterns; analysis of selectively and specifically modified derivatives; the self-assembly of cellulosic macromolecules in dilute and concentrated solutions and solids; and supramolecular architectures potentially useful in novel sensors, immunoassays, membranes, and biocompatibilized surfaces."--SciTech Book News




"The volume emerged from a symposium sponsored by the Division of Cellulose, Paper and Textiles at the 212th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society . . . The three sections of the book cover the chemical modifications of cellulose emphasizing regioselectively substituted derivatives, the recent progress in the analytical characterization of cellulose derivatives and cellulose reactions, and the formation and characterization of supramolecular structures of cellulosics, especially in polymer blends. . . . This ACS symposium volume presents a lot of exciting new results and stimulating ideas in many promising areas of cellulose chemistry and physics. It is carefully edited and amply furnished with impressive figures and tables. The book belongs on the shelf of any group active in cellulose research in academia or industry, and it can be recommended also to scientists interested in current progress on polysaccharides."--Polymer News


"Comprises papers from a symposium of the August 1996 American Chemical Society meeting in Orlando, Florida, focusing on the state of the art in the ability to modify, regenerate, and reshape cellulose and polysaccharide derivatives with unique chemical, physical, and physiological properties. Highlights include advances in homogenous and heterogeneous phase modification of cellulose to create unusual derivatives, often with regioselective substitution patterns; analysis of selectively and specifically modified derivatives; the self-assembly of cellulosic macromolecules in dilute and concentrated solutions and solids; and supramolecular architectures potentially useful in novel sensors, immunoassays, membranes, and biocompatibilized surfaces."--SciTech Book News


You may also be interested in...

Organic Chemistry
Added to basket
£12.99
Paperback
Schaum's Outline of Organic Chemistry
Added to basket
Biophysical Chemistry
Added to basket
Foundations of Organic Chemistry
Added to basket
Organic Synthesis
Added to basket
Aromatic Chemistry
Added to basket
Organic Chemistry
Added to basket
Organic Synthesis
Added to basket
£31.50
Paperback
Organic Chemistry I Workbook For Dummies
Added to basket
Organic Chemistry II For Dummies
Added to basket
Chemical Structure and Reactivity
Added to basket
Aromatic Heterocyclic Chemistry
Added to basket

Please sign in to write a review

Your review has been submitted successfully.