Table of contents for Fundamentals and applications of polymer gels ; PPF-7 Microsymposium, Oaxaca City (Mexico), 2001 / symposium editor, R.A. Siegel.


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Preface
R. A. Siegel, A. Licea-Claverie, A. Grosberg
1. Multiple-Contact Adsorption of Target Molecules by Heteropolymer Gels  1
Kenji Ito,* Jeffrey Chuang, Carmen Alvarez-Lorenzo,
Tsuyoshi Watanabe, Nozomi Ando, Alexander Yu. Grosberg
2. Microrheology of Chemically Crosslinked Polymer Gels by Diffusing-
Wave  Spectroscopy  .  .. .. ... . ..  ......    .....    ..... .  17
Tetsuharu Narita, Alexandra Knaebel, Jean-Pierre Munch,
Miklds Zrinyi, Sauveur Jean Candau*
3. Pressure Effects on the Inhomogeneities of Environmentally Sensitive
Polym er  G els .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  .  .  .  ... .   .... . .. . .  31
Mitsuhiro Shibayama,* Shinichi Takata, Chikanobu Nakamoto
4. A Hybrid Polymer Gel and Its Static Nonergodicity . . .  .  . ..  37
Yue Zhao, Chi Wu*
5. Nanostructured Polymer Gels. ......... .... ..  . .  .  ..        47
Zhibing Hu
6. Unresolved Issues in the Preparation and Characterization of
Thermoresponsive Microgels . . ...         ....... .....        . 57
Robert Pelton
7. Mechanical and Dielectric Studies of Carrageenan Sols and Gels. . ..  67
Makoto Takemasa,* Akio Chiba. Munehiro Date
8. Deuterium Substitution and Fluorescence Studies on
Polymer Hydrogels and Complexes .             . .. .. . . . . . .. . . .. . . .  . 79
Hideaki Shirota,* Kazuyuki Horie
9. Structural and Optical Properties of Poly(4-vinyl pyridine)/Pyridine Gels 95
Evgenia Vaganova,* Shlomo Yitzchaik
10. Image Analysis of the Spatial Distribution of Paramagnetic Pr3i Ions
in a Polymer Gel by a 'H-Chemical Shift NMR Imaging Method  . .  105
Satomi Yokota, Akitsugu Sasaki, Yoshio Hotta, Yuji Yamane,
Hideaki Kimura, Shigeki Kuroki, Isao Ando*
11. Water Diffusion in Methacrylate Based Copolymer Hydrogels of
2-Hydroxyethyl Methacrylate         .    .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .   . . . .  .  111
David J. T. Hill,* Mohammad Chowdhury, Phuong Y. Ghi,
Naomi G. Moss, Andrew K. Whittaker
12. Thermoreversible Gelation Strongly Coupled to Polymer
Conformational Transition. . ....................            .  125
Fumihiko Tanaka
13. Ionic Strength/Temperature-Induced Gelation of Aqueous
Poly(N-Isopropylacrylamide-co-Vinylimidazole) Solution. .   .  . 131
Jin Woo Yi, Kun Na. You Han Bae*
14. Bioconjugates of Smart Polymers and Proteins: Synthesis and
A pplications..   ....     .........     . ... ... .. ....   .  139
Allan S. Hoffman,* Patrick S. Stayton
15. Synthesis, Characterization and Stimuli-Sensitive Properties of Novel
Linear and Crosslinked Polybetaines Based on Acrylic Acid and Ethyl
3-Aminocrotonate. .  . .. ...  ..  ..   ..   ....     . . .  .  153
Sarkyt E. Kudaibergenov.* Alexander G. Didukh,
Gulmira T. Zhumadilova, Raushan B. Koizhaiganova,
Larisa A. Bimendina, Noh Jung-Gyun, Kurt E. Geckeler
16. Characterization of Stimuli-Sensitive Polymers for
Biomedical Applications .........     ...   .........  ......  173
Mi Kyong Yoo, Won Kyung Seok, Yong Kiel Sung*
17. Copolymers of N-Alkylacrylamides as Thermosensitive Hydrogels . ... 187
X. X. Zhu,* D. Avoce, H. Y Liu, A. Benrebouh
18. The Use of Hydrophobic Spacers in the Development of
New Temperature- and pH-Sensitive
Polymers ..................            ...  .........          193
A. Licea-Claverie,* E. Rogel-Herndndez, R. Salgado-Rodriguez,
J. A. Ldpez-Sdnchez, L. A. Castillo, J. M. Cornejo-Bravo, K.-F. Arndt
19. Temperature-Responsive, Polymer-Modified Surfaces for
Green  Chromatography  .....  ....................        ..   217
Akihiko Kikuchi, Teruo Okano*
20. Superabsorbent Polymer of Poly[acrylamide-co-(acrylic acid)] by
Foamed Polymerization: I. Synthesis and Water Swelling Properties . . 229
Suda Kiatkamjornwong,* Rattana Wongwatthanasatien
21. Formation of a Charge Distribution within Ionic Gels by
Immobilized Enzyme Reaction: Experimental Observations and
Mathematical Simulations ... . ....                    .   . ... 241
Kazuyoshi Ogawa, Etsuo Kokufuta*
22. Novel Swelling/Shrinking Behaviors of Glucose-Binding Hydrogels
and Their Potential Use in a Microfluidic Insulin Delivery System. . . . 249
Ronald A. Siegel,* Yuandong Gu, Antonio Baldi, Babak Ziaie
23. High Response Smart Gels: Synthesis and Application . .. . .. . . .. 257
Karl-Fr. Arndt, Thomas Schmidt, Andreas Richter, Dirk Kuckling



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