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Fascinating Fluoropolymers and Their Applications - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780128218730, 9780128218747

Fascinating Fluoropolymers and Their Applications

1st Edition

Editors: Bruno Ameduri Sergey Fomin
Paperback ISBN: 9780128218730
eBook ISBN: 9780128218747
Imprint: Elsevier
Published Date: 17th June 2020
Page Count: 494
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Table of Contents

1. Piezoelectric poly(vinylidene fluoride) based materials: recent progress, challenges and opportunities
C. M. Costa, V. Cardoso, P. Martins, D. M. Correia, V. Correia, C. Ribeiro, P. M. Martins, S. Lanceros-Méndez (Universidade do Minho, Braga, Portugal, Basque Center for Materials and IKERBASQUE, Spain)

2. Electroactive polymers
K. Loos (Univ. of Groningen, The Nederlands) Piezoelectricity and ferroelectricity

3. Electroactive fluoropolymers and polyamides
L. Zhu (Case Western Reserve Univ., USA)

4. Redox active fluoropolymer
H. Sun (South Dakota Univ., USA)

5. Perfluoropolymers for membrane application
M. Galizia, Y. Okamoto (New-York Univ. Tandon School of Engineering, USA)

6. Gas and vapor transport, thermodynamics of sorption and free volume in fluorinated and perfluorinated polymers
N. Belov, A. Alentiev, Y. Yampolskii (A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis (Moscow), Russia)

7. Thermal Transitions and Mechanical Relaxations in Perfluorinated Ionomers
C. M. Orsino, R. B. Moore (Virginia Tech., USA) Introduction to Perfluorinated Ionomers

8. Self-organizing semifluorinated polymers for organic electronics
D. Pospiech, D. Jehnichen, C. Horn, M. Plötner (Dresden, Germany)

9. Fluorinated Thermosetting Resins for Photonics and Microelectronics
Dreyer, C., Schrader. Frauhaufer & Technical University of Applied Sci, Wildau, Germany

10: Fluoropolymer Architectural Textiles. Production, processing and characterisation
A. Sonnendecker, D. W. Viljoen, B. Ameduri, P. L. Crouse (University Pretoria, South Africa and Institute Charles Gerhardt, France)

11. Organofluorine compounds in artificial blood circulation systems
Oleg V. El’kin, Andrejv N. Bushuev, IvanV. Tolstobrov, SergeyV. Fomin, E.S. Shirokova, A.V. Sazanov, V.A. Kozvonin, Denis A. Kozulin (Vyatka State University, Russia)

12: Elastomeric Composites Based On Propylene Oxide Rubber With High Filling Degree With Ultrafine Polytetrafluoroethylene for Operation in Cold Climates
Portnyagina V.V., Petrova N.N., Morozov A.V., Mukhin V.V.


Fluoropolymers are unique materials. Since the middle of the twentieth century fluropolymers have been used in applications where a wide temperature range, a high resistance to aggressive media, excellent tribological characteristics, and specific low adhesion are required. Today, researchers turn to fluoropolymers to solve new challenges and to develop materials with previously unattainable properties.

Fascinating Fluoropolymers and Their Applications covers recent developments of fluoropolymer applications in energy, optical fibers, blood substitutes, textile coatings, membranes and other areas, written by experts in these fields. This volume in the Progress in Fluorine Science series is ideal for researchers and engineers who want to learn about the technology and applications of these special polymers, as well as industrial manufacturers who are interested in achieving new product characteristics in their respective industries.

Key Features

  • Written by a global team of fluoropolymer experts
  • Includes use of fluoropolymer membranes for various applications in fuel cells, for gases separation, and more
  • Covers fluoropolymer materials with shape memory, in cardiopulmonary bypass systems, in the production of textile materials, and in other areas


Fluorine chemistry researchers, who could have a background in organic or inorganic chemistry


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About the Editors

Bruno Ameduri

Dr. Bruno Ameduri (DR CNRS Senior Researcher) leads the “Fluorine” Group at the “Engineering and Macromolecular Architectures” Team of Institute Charles Gerhardt in Montpellier, France. His main interests focus on the synthesis and the characterization of fluorinated monomers (including cure site monomers, telechelics, and polyfunctional ones), telomers, and copolymers for various applications such as F-surfactants, F-elastomers, F-coatings, and F-polymers related to energy (fuel cell membranes-protonic, alkaline and quasianhydrous ones-, polymer gel electrolytes and separators for Li-ions batteries, piezo-, ferro- or electroactive films, and nanocomposites). Coauthor of three books, ca. 45 reviews or book chapters, >360 peer review publications and coinventor of more than 80 patents, he is also a member of the American and French Chemical Societies and is a member of the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Fluorine Chemistry, European Polymer Journal, Polymer Bulletin. Outside of research, Bruno enjoys cycling, soccer, tennis, and jogging and is an active member of the “Rire” Association and visits, dressed as a clown, sick children in hospitals of Montpellier.

Affiliations and Expertise

Institute Charles Gerhardt, Macromolecular Architectures Team, University of Montpellier, CNRS, ENSCM, Montpellier, France

Sergey Fomin

Sergey Fomin is the Director of the Institute of Chemistry and Ecology of Vyatka State University (Russian Federation, Kirov). His main research interests are in the field of adhesion of polymer materials, development of new ingredients for polymer compositions, modeling and calculations of polymer products. The main research objects are elastomers of various purposes, including fluoro-rubber, but also a great deal of attention is paid to thermoplastic fluoropolymer materials. He led more than ten research and design projects for industry (including for improving the frost resistance of rubber, the development of production technology of self-healing pneumatic tires, the development of methods for assessing the content of polyaromatic hydrocarbons in rubber, the creation of a new production of polymer monofilament, the creation of a new production of polymer materials resistant to aggressive media, etc.). He has co-authored more than 30 articles in peer-reviewed publications, 4 patents. He was the co-organizer of the conference with Dr. Ameduri. He is a member of the Nanotechnology Society of Russia. Personal interests: music, playing electric guitar, snowboarding, running.

Affiliations and Expertise

Director of the Institute of Chemistry and Ecology, Vyatka State University, Russian Federation