By Dennis W. Smith, Scott T. Iacono, Dylan J. Boday, Sharon C. Kettwick

content material: PREFACE ; 1. THE nation OF FLUOROPOLYMERS ; DYLAN J. BODAY ; 2. fresh ADVANCES IN in part FLUORINATED ARYLENE VINYLENE ETHER (FAVE) ; POLYMERS ; SHARON C. KETTWICH, BENJAMIN R. LUND, DENNIS W. SMITH JR., AND SCOTT T. IACONO ; three. SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SEMI-FLUORINATED POLYARYLENE ; COPOLYMERS ; STEPHEN M. BUDY AND DOUGLAS A. LOY ; four. in the direction of steel MEDIATED RADICAL POLYMERIZATION OF VINYLIDENE FLUORIDE ; ALEXANDRU D. ASANDEI, CHRISTOPHER P. SIMPSON, OLUMIDE I. ADEBOLU, AND ; YANHUI CHEN ; five. WELL-DEFINED FLUORINE-CONTAINING celebrity POLYMERS OF VINYL ETHERS: ; PRECISION SYNTHESIS via BASE-ASSISTING residing CATIONIC POLYMERIZATION AND ; THERMORESPONSIVE SOLUBILITY TRANSITIONS ; SHOKYOKU KANAOKA, HIROAKI SHIMOMOTO, DAI FUKAMI, AND SADAHITO AOSHIMA ; 6. SEMI-FLUORINATED POLYMER/POSS skinny movies NANOCOMPOSITES: reaction TO ; WATER ; DVORA PERAHIA, DILRU R. RATNAWEERA, UMESH M. SHRESTHA, SCOTT T. IACONO, ; DENNIS W. SMITH, JOSEPH MABRY, AND JAROSLAW MAJEWSKI ; 7. FUNCTIONALIZATION OF FLUOROALKYL POLYHEDRAL OLIGOMERIC SILSESQUIOXANES ; (F-POSS) ; SEAN M. RAMIREZ, YVONNE J. DIAZ, RAYMOND CAMPOS, TIMOTHY S. HADDAD, AND ; JOSEPH M. MABRY ; eight. the facility OF PERFLUORINATED AMPHIPHILIC POLYMERS AT INTERFACES ; F. E. GOLLING, T. SCHUSTER, C. GEIDEL, L. MAMMEN, D. VOLLMER, okay. MULLEN, AND ; M. KLAPPER ; nine. FLUORINATED POLYMERS AS OXIDIZERS FOR lively COMPOSITES ; CHRISTOPHER A. CROUSE ; 10. fresh ADVANCES ON NEW FLUORINATED COPOLYMERS in line with CARBONATE AND ; OLIGO(ETHYLENE OXIDE) through RADICAL COPOLYMERIZATION ; ALI ALAAEDDINE, CLAIRE NEGRELL, AND BRUNO AMEDURI ; eleven. SUPEROLEOPHOBIC SURFACES ; ARUN okay. KOTA AND ANISH TUTEJA ; 12. 2D-NMR reviews OF POLYVINYLIDENE FLUORIDE ; ERIC B. TWUM, XIAOHONG LI, ELIZABETH F. MCCORD, PETER A. FOX, DONALD F. LYONS, ; AND PETER L. RINALDI ; EDITORS>' BIOGRAPHIES ; INDEXES ; writer INDEX ; topic INDEX

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Budy specifically recognizes the Diversity Fellowship for Underrepresented Students. The authors thank the University of Arizona’s Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Facility, Small Facility Laboratory, W. M. Keck Center for Surface and Interface Imaging, and Mass Spectrometry (MS) Facility. This research was funded by Energy Materials Corporation (EMC) and the University of Arizona. References 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. Cassidy, P. E. Thermally Stable Polymers: Synthesis and Properties; Marcel Dekker: New York, 1980.

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ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2012. Finally, the thermal stability of these PFCP polymers was explored via thermogravimetric analysis in nitrogen. The degradation temperature for these polymers at 5 wt % ranges 432−483 °C with approximately 30−50 % mass retention at 800 °C. Uniquely, bisphenol AF-derivitized PFCP loses only 15% of its mass at 800 °C, leaving 85% of its mass intact. This exceptional thermal stability may be due to rearrangement of the PFCP ring, formation of a ladder polymer structure, and interchain crosslinking.

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