This thesis describes the use of phosphazenes as coupling agents for the surface functionalization of inorganic (silicon, sodalime glass, silica gel) and organic (polyethylene, polyamide, poly(ethylene-co-vinyl alcohol)) solid substrates. Several techniques are used, such as cold plasma treatment, glow discharge induced-sublimation and sol-gel. In the thesis is also described the synthesis of chiral 2-oxazoline-containing phosphazenes for the preparation of new materials. Finally, cyclophosphazenes containing 4-iodotetrafluorophenoxy groups are used to obtain self-assembled supramolecular 3D nanostructures.

Chlorinated phosphazene materials for surface functionalization, synthesis of monomeric precursors and supramolecular chemistry / Milani, Roberto. - (2008 Jan 31).

Chlorinated phosphazene materials for surface functionalization, synthesis of monomeric precursors and supramolecular chemistry

Milani, Roberto
2008-01-31

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This thesis describes the use of phosphazenes as coupling agents for the surface functionalization of inorganic (silicon, sodalime glass, silica gel) and organic (polyethylene, polyamide, poly(ethylene-co-vinyl alcohol)) solid substrates. Several techniques are used, such as cold plasma treatment, glow discharge induced-sublimation and sol-gel. In the thesis is also described the synthesis of chiral 2-oxazoline-containing phosphazenes for the preparation of new materials. Finally, cyclophosphazenes containing 4-iodotetrafluorophenoxy groups are used to obtain self-assembled supramolecular 3D nanostructures.
phosphazenes, surface functionalization, plasma, GDS, sol-gel, supramolecular chemistry, oxazolines
Chlorinated phosphazene materials for surface functionalization, synthesis of monomeric precursors and supramolecular chemistry / Milani, Roberto. - (2008 Jan 31).
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