By Giuseppe Cirillo, Francesca Iemma
Antioxidant Polymers is an exhaustive evaluation of the hot advancements within the box of polymeric fabrics displaying antioxidant homes. This examine sector has grown swiftly within the final decade simply because antioxidant polymers have broad functions starting from fabrics technology to biomedical, prescription drugs and cosmetics.
Chapter 1 Antioxidants: creation (pages 1–21): Chunhuan He, Yingming Pan, Xiaowen Ji and Hengshan Wang
Chapter 2 ordinary Polyphenol and Flavonoid Polymers (pages 23–53): Kelly C. Heim
Chapter three Synthesis and functions of Polymeric Flavonoids (pages 55–86): Hiroshi Uyama and Young?Jin Kim
Chapter four Antioxidant Polymers: steel Chelating brokers (pages 87–114): Hiba M. Zalloum and Mohammad S. Mubarak
Chapter five Antioxidant Polymers through Chitosan amendment (pages 115–131): Jarmila Vinsova and Eva Vavrkova
Chapter 6 Cellulose and Dextran Antioxidant Polymers for Biomedical purposes (pages 133–151): Sonia Trombino, Roberta Cassano and Teresa Ferrarelli
Chapter 7 Antioxidant Polymers by means of unfastened Radical Grafting on average Polymers (pages 153–178): Manuela Curcio, Ortensia Ilaria Parisi, Francesco Puoci, Ilaria Altimari, Umile Gianfranco Spizzirri and Nevio Picci
Chapter eight traditional Polymers with Antioxidant homes: Poly?/oligosaccharides of Marine foundation (pages 179–201): Guangling Jiao, Guangli Yu, Xiaoliang Zhao, Junzeng Zhang and H. Stephen Ewart
Chapter nine Antioxidant Peptides from Marine beginning: assets, houses and strength functions (pages 203–257): Begona Gimenez, M. Elvira Lopez?Caballero, M. Pilar Montero and M. Carmen Gomez?Guillen
Chapter 10 man made Antioxidant Polymers: Enzyme Mimics (pages 259–332): Cheng Wang, Gang?lin Yan and Gui?min Luo
Chapter eleven man made Polymers with Antioxidant houses (pages 333–354): Ashveen V. Nand and Paul A. Kilmartin
Chapter 12 Synthesis of Antioxidant Monomers in response to Sterically Hindered Phenols, ??Tocopherols, Phosphites and Hindered Amine mild Stabilizers (HALS) and their Copolymerization with Ethylene, Propylene or Styrene (pages 355–383): Carl?Eric Wilen
Chapter thirteen Novel Polymeric Antioxidants for fabrics (pages 385–425): Ashish Dhawan, Vijayendra Kumar, Virinder S. Parmar and Ashok L. Cholli
Chapter 14 Biopolymeric Colloidal debris Loaded with Polyphenolic Antioxidants (pages 427–458): Ashok R. Patel and Krassimir P. Velikov
Chapter 15 Antioxidant Polymers for Tuning Biomaterial Biocompatibility: From Drug supply to Tissue Engineering (pages 459–484): David Cochran and Thomas D. Dziubla
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