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Vol. 29 No. 4
July-August 2007

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Advanced Polymers for Emerging Technologies
B.C. Kim and K.D. Ahn, editors
Macromolecular Symposia, Vol. 249/250
Wiley-VCH, 2007, pp. 1–667

Polymers are very versatile materials whose properties and functionalities can be easily manipulated. Owing to these advantages, polymers are finding new applications in electronic, photonic, biomedical, and energy industries. The desired properties of polymers may be obtained through various methods: by designing new polymer molecules and molecular architecture, by blending or hybridizing with other functional materials, and by regulating micro-and nano-structures by adopting specialized processing techniques.

This issue collects many of the research papers presented at the Advanced Polymers for Emerging Technologies symposium that took place in Busan, South Korea, 10–13 October 2006. The first volume offers some innovative ideas for future specialty polymers and the second volume provides solutions to problems frequently encountered in the polymer industry.

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