Inorganic and Organometallic Macromolecules: Design and by Andrew J. Boydston, Christopher W. Bielawski (auth.), Alaa

By Andrew J. Boydston, Christopher W. Bielawski (auth.), Alaa S. Abd-El-Aziz, Charles E. Carraher Jr., Charles U. Pittman Jr., Martel Zeldin (eds.)

Polymers containing metals and metal-like atoms are crucial fabrics for the prolonged possibilities and calls for of the twenty first century. This ebook describes the synthesis of a few of those polymers and their strength software in lots of fields resembling fabrics, biomedicine, engineering, communications, and ceramics.

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