Fundamentals of Gels and Self-Assembled Polymer Systems  : Volume 1622 (MRS Proceedings)

Fundamentals of Gels and Self-Assembled Polymer Systems : Volume 1622 (MRS Proceedings)

By: Ferenc Horkay (editor), Noshir Langrana (editor), Mitsuhiro Shibayama (editor), Dr. Sandip Basu (editor)Hardback

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This volume contains the proceedings of Symposium E, 'Fundamentals of Gels and Self-Assembly Systems', from the 2013 MRS Fall Meeting held December 1-6, 2013, in Boston, Massachusetts.

Contents

1. Hierarchical self-assembly of microgel-modified biomaterials surfaces Yong Wu, Jing Liang, Qichen Wang and Matthew Libera; 2. Correlation between mechanical properties and structure in polymer gels with controlled network structure Takamasa Sakai, Yuki Akagi and Ung-il Chung; 3. Fabrication of piezoelectric-rubber of large piezoelectric property Shogo Mamada, Naoyuki Yaguchi, Masanori Hansaka, Masafumi Yamato and Hirohisa Yoshida; 4. Effect of methanol/water mixtures on the lower critical solution temperature of poly(n isopropylacrylamide) Sanket A. Deshmukh, Ganesh Kamath, Derrick C. Mancini and Subramanian K. R. S. Sankaranarayanan; 5. Mechanical properties of polymer gels with bimodal distribution in strand Shinji Kondo, Ung-il Chung and Takamasa Sakai; 6. Hydrogel formation from the concentrated aqueous solution of polyvinyl alcohol Tomoyo Sakaguchi, Suong-Hyu Hyon and Kazuaki Matsumura; 7. Assessment of functional properties of cartilage using double quantum filtered MRI Dan Benjamini, Uzi Eliav, Uri Nevo, Peter J. Basser and Ferenc Horkay; 8. Strong tough gels for 3D tissue constructs Paul Calvert, Marc in het Panhuis, Geoffrey Spinks, Robert Gorkin, Leo Stevens, Shannon E. Bakarich, Paul Balding and Damian M. Kirchmajer; 9. Programmable anisotropic microparticles for self-assembly applications Jonathan Liu, C. Wyatt Shields, Oluwatosin Omofoye and Gabriel P. Lopez; 10. Cartilage: biomimetic study of the extracellular matrix Chinedu I. Anyaeji, Peter J. Basser and Ferenc Horkay; 11. Self-assembling gels of a hydrophobically modified biopolymer Pradeep Venkataraman, Joy St. Dennis, Rubo Zheng, Jaspreet Arora, Olasehinde Owoseni, Vijay T. John and Srinivasa Raghavan; 12. Tuning mechanical properties of chondroitin sulfate-based hydrogels using the double-network strategy Tiffany C. Suekama, Anahita Khanlari and Stevin H. Gehrke; 13. Supramolecular self-assembly inside living mammalian cells Yuan Gao, Ryan Nieuwendaal, Boualem Hammouda, Cristina Berciu, Daniela Nicastro, Jack F. Douglas, Bing Xu and Ferenc Horkay; 14. Quantitative model for clusters of string-like cooperative motion in a coarse-grained glass-forming polymer melt Beatriz A. Pazmino Betancourt, Jack F. Douglas and Francis W. Starr; 15. Field-assembled polymer composites James E. Martin; 16. Freezing assisted protein delivery by using polymeric cryoprotectant Sana Ahmed and Kazuaki Matsumura; 17. Phase separation of carboxylated poly-L lysine Esha Das and Kazuaki Matsumura; 18. Nanoprobe diffusion in poly(vinyl-alcohol) gels and solutions: effects of pH and dehydration Hacene Boukari, Candida Silva, Ralph Nossal and Ferenc Horkay; 19. Effects of salt concentrations on the structural transitions of peptide-amphiphile solution Takahiro Otsuka and Atsushi Hotta; 20. Time interval and continuous testing of stimuli responsive hydrogels Jeffrey S. Bates and Jules J. Magda; 21. Rheological characterization of starch gelatinization: effects of plasticizer/starch ratio and clay content in corn-starch/glycerol thermoplastic starch (TPS) Sandra Lara and Felipe Salcedo; 22. Investigation of migration behavior of rod-like dsDNA in gel with precisely controlled network structure Xiang Li, Kateryna Khairulina, Ung-il Chung and Takamasa Sakai; 23. Shear-thinning and rapid-recovery peptide hydrogel for biomedical applications Hongzhou John Huang and Xiuzhi Susan Sun; 24. Mimicking the extracellular matrix: tuning the mechanical properties of chondroitin sulfate hydrogels by copolymerization with oligo(ethylene glycol) diacrylates Anahita Khanlari, Tiffany C. Suekama, Michael S. Detamore and Stevin H. Gehrke.

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  • ISBN13: 9781605115993
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 210
  • ID: 9781605115993
  • weight: 480
  • ISBN10: 1605115991

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