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Extrinsic and Intrinsic Approaches to Self-Healing Polymers and Polymer Composites

Zhang, Ming Qiu / Rong, Min Zhi

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1. Auflage April 2022
352 Seiten, Hardcover
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Explore the cutting-edge in self-healing polymers and composites

In Extrinsic and Intrinsic Approaches to Self-Healing Polymers and Polymer Composites, a pair of distinguished materials scientists delivers an insightful and up-to-date exploration of the fundamentals, theory, design, fabrication, characterization, and application of self-healing polymers and polymer composites. The book discusses how to prepare self-healing polymeric materials, how to increase the speed of crack repair, high temperature applications, and how to broaden the spectrum of healing agent species.

The authors emphasize the integration of existing techniques with novel synthetic approaches for target-oriented materials design and fabrication. They provide a comprehensive view of this emerging field, allowing new researchers to gather a firm understanding of the framework for creating new materials or applications. Additionally, the book includes:
* A thorough introduction to the field of self-healing polymers and polymer composites, including the advances made by various laboratories and the challenges, trends, and future directions that characterize modern research in the area
* Comprehensive explorations of the self-healing strategies proposed by the authors, including addition polymerization, systems-based microcapsules and plastic tubes, and more
* Practical discussions of the application of reversible S-S bonds in self-healing polymers
* In-depth examinations of intrinsic self-healing via reversible C-ON bonds

Perfect for polymer and materials scientists, chemists, and engineers, Extrinsic and Intrinsic Approaches to Self-Healing Polymers and Polymer Composites will also earn a place in the libraries of professionals working in the polymer, coatings, paints, medical, defense, and pharmaceutical industries.

Preface

Chapter 1 Basics of self-healing - state of the art

1.1 Background

1.1.1 Adhesive bonding for healing thermosetting materials

1.1.2 Fusion bonding for healing thermoplastic materials

1.1.3 Bioinspired self-healing

1.2 Intrinsic self-healing

1.2.1 Self-healing based on physical interactions

1.2.2 Self-healing based on chemical interactions

1.2.3 Self-healing based on supramolecular interactions

1.3 Extrinsic self-healing

1.3.1 Self-healing in terms of healant loaded pipelines

1.3.2 Self-healing in terms of healant loaded microcapsules

1.4 Insights for future work

1.5 References

Chapter 2 Extrinsic self-healing via addition polymerization

2.1 Design and selection of healing system

2.2 Microencapsulation of mercaptan and epoxy by in-situ polymerization

2.2.1 Microencapsulation of mercaptan

2.2.2 Microencapsulation of epoxy

2.3 Filling polymeric tubes with mercaptan and epoxy

2.4 Characterization of self-healing functionality

2.4.1 Self-healing epoxy materials with embedded dual encapsulated healant - healing of crack due to monotonic fracture

2.4.2 Factors related to performance improvement

2.4.3 Self-healing epoxy materials with embedded dual encapsulated healant - healing of fatigue crack

2.4.4 Self-healing epoxy/glass fabric composites with embedded dual encapsulated healant - healing of impact damage

2.4.5 Self-healing epoxy/glass fabric composites with self-pressurized healing system

2.5 Concluding remarks

2.6 References

Chapter 3 Extrinsic self-healing via cationic polymerization

3.1 Thermosetting

3.1.1 Microencapsulation of epoxy by UV irradiation-induced interfacial copolymerization

3.1.2 Encapsulation of boron-containing curing agent

3.1.2.1 Loading boron-containing curing agent onto porous media

3.1.2.2 Microencapsulation of boron-containing curing agent via hollow capsules approach

3.1.3 Characterization of self-healing functionality

3.1.3.1 Self-healing epoxy materials with embedded epoxy-loaded microcapsules and (C2H5)2O*BF3-loaded sisal

3.1.3.2 Self-healing epoxy materials with embedded dual encapsulated healant

3.1.4 Preparation of silica walled microcapsules containing SbF5*HOC2H5/HOC2H5

3.1.5 Self-healing epoxy materials with embedded epoxy-loaded microcapsules and SbF5*HOC2H5/HOC2H5-loaded silica capsules

3.1.6 Preparation of silica walled microcapsules containing TfOH

3.1.7 Self-healing epoxy materials with embedded epoxy-loaded microcapsules and TfOH-loaded silica capsules

3.2 Thermoplastics

3.2.1 Preparation of IBH/GMA-loaded microcapsules

3.2.2 Self-healing PS composites filled with IBH/GMA-loaded microcapsules and NaBH4 particles

3.3 Concluding remarks

3.4 References

Chapter 4 Extrinsic self-healing via anionic polymerization

4.1 Preparation of epoxy-loaded microcapsules and latent hardener

4.1.1 Microencapsulation of epoxy by in-situ condensation

4.1.2 Preparation of imidazole latent hardener

4.2 Self-healing epoxy materials with embedded epoxy-loaded microcapsules and latent hardener

4.3 Self-healing epoxy/woven glass fabric composites with embedded epoxy-loaded microcapsules and latent hardener - healing of interlaminar failure

4.4 Durability of healing ability

4.5 Self-healing epoxy/woven glass fabric composites with embedded epoxy-loaded microcapsules and latent hardener - healing of impact damage

4.6 Concluding remarks

4.7 References

Chapter 5 Extrinsic self-healing via miscellaneous reactions

5.1 Extrinsic self-healing via nucleophilic addition and ring-opening reactions

5.1.1 Microencapsulation of GMA by in-situ polymerization

5.1.2 Self-healing epoxy materials with embedded single-component healant

5.2 Extrinsic self-healing via living polymerization

5.2.1 Preparation of living PMMA and its composites with GMA-loaded microcapsules

5.2.2 Self-healing performance of living PMMA composites filled with GMA-loaded microcapsules

5.2.3 Preparation of GMA-loaded multilayered microcapsules and their PS based composites

5.2.4 Self-healing performance of PS composites filled with GMA-loaded multilayered microcapsules

5.3 Extrinsic self-healing via free radical polymerization

5.3.1 Microencapsulation of styrene and BPO

5.3.2 Self-healing performance of epoxy composites filled with the dual capsules

5.4 Concluding remarks

5.5 References

Chapter 6 Intrinsic self-healing via Diels-Alder reaction

6.1 Molecular design and synthesis

6.1.1 Synthesis and characterization of DGFA

6.1.2 Reversibility of DA bonds and crack remendability of DGFA based polymer

6.1.3 Synthesis and characterization of FGE

6.1.4 Reversibility of DA bonds and crack remendability of FGE based polymer

6.2 Blends of DGFA and FGE

6.2.1 Reversibility of DA bonds

6.2.2 Crack remendability of cured DGFA/FGE blends

6.3 Concluding remarks

6.4 References

Chapter 7 Intrinsic self-healing via synchronous fission/radical recombination of C-ON bond

7.1 Thermal reversibility of alkoxyamine in polymer solids

7.2 Self-healing crosslinked polystyrene

7.2.1 Synthesis

7.2.2 Characterization

7.3 Self-healing epoxy

7.3.1 Synthesis

7.3.2 Characterization

7.4 Self-healing polymers containing alkoxyamine with oxygen insensitivity and reduced homolysis temperature

7.4.1 Synthesis

7.4.2 Characterization

7.5 Reversible shape memory polyurethane network with intrinsic self-healability of wider crack

7.5.1 Synthesis

7.5.2 Characterization

7.6 Concluding remarks

7.7 References

Chapter 8 Intrinsic self-healing via exchange reaction of disulfide bond

8.1 Room-temperature self-healable and remoldable crosslinked polysulfide

8.2 Sunlight driven self-healing polymers containing disulfide bond

8.2.1 Crosslinked polyurethane

8.2.1.1 Bulk polymer

8.2.1.2 Composites with silver nanowires as strain sensor

8.2.2 Commercial silicone elastomer

8.3 Self-healing and reclaiming of vulcanized rubber

8.4 Concluding remarks

8.5 References
Ming Qiu Zhang, PhD, is Director of and Professor in the Materials Science Institute at Sun Yat-sen University. He is co-author of the first edition of Self-Healing Polymers and Polymer Composites.

Min Zhi Rong, PhD, is Professor in the Materials Science Institute at Sun Yat-sen University. He is co-author of the first edition of Self-Healing Polymers and Polymer Composites and has over 25 years' experience in the field of polymer science.