This lecture, followed to Advanced Polymer Synthesis I, will introduce advanced researches on polymer synthesis. At first ring-opening polymerization as is placed between addition polymerization and step polymerization, will be explained with emphasis on the meaning and usefulness.
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
1) Explain the mechanisms of both addition and step-growth polymerizations from viewpoint of organic chemistry.
2) Explain the mechanisms and characteristics of lring-opening polymerizations.
3) Explain the supramolecular and structure-unique polymers and their synthetic methods.
step-growth polymerization, addition polymerization, ring-opening polymerization, and topological polymer
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
In the lecture, characteristics on ring-opening polymerization in detail. Researchers working on most advanced research works on supramolecular polymers will be introduced along with their meaning in polymer science, while student will present his/her search result on supramolecular polymers during the lecture. Additional explanation and related important meanings of the research will be discussed.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||New polymer synthesis||Explain the outline of recent polymer synthesis.|
|Class 2||Condensation polymerization I (Polycondensation and poly addition)||Explain the polycondensation and poly addition.|
|Class 3||Topological Polymer||Explain a few examples ofTopological Polymers.|
|Class 4||Topological Polymer||Explain a few examples ofTopological Polymers.|
|Class 5||Topological Polymer||Explain a few examples ofTopological Polymers.|
|Class 6||Topological Polymer||Explain a few examples ofTopological Polymers.|
|Class 7||Supramolecular polymer||Explain a few examples of supramolecular polymers.|
|Class 8||Synthesis and physical properties of polymer with special structures||Explain the characteristics and meaning of supramolecular polymers and polymers with special structures.|
Students’ course scores are based on (1) examination (60%) and (2) report (40%).
No prerequisites are necessary, but enrollment in the related courses is desirable.