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Author Index Volumes 1-83
Allegra, G. and Bassi, L IV.: Isomorphism in Synthetic Macromolecular Systems. Vol. 6,
pp. 549-574.
Andrade, J. D., Htady, V.: Protein Adsorption and Materials Biocompability: A. Tutorial Review
and Suggested Hypothesis. Vol. 79, pp. 1-63.
Andrews, E• H. : Molecular Fracture in Polymers. Vol. 27, pp. 1-66.
Anufrieva, E. V. and Gotlib, Yu. Ya. : Investigation of Polymers in Solution by Polarized Lumines-
cence. Vol. 40, pp. 1-68.
Apieella, A. and Nicolais, L.: Effect of Water on the Properties of Epoxy Matrix and Composite.
Vol. 72, pp. 69-78.
Apieella, A., Nieolais, L. and de Cataldis, C. : Characterization of the Morphological Fine Structure
of Commercial Thermosetting Resins Through Hygrothermal Experiments. Vol. 66, pp. 18%208.
Argon, A. S., Cohen, R. E., Gebizlioglu , O. S. and Sehwier, C. : Crazing in Block Copolymers and
Blends. Vol. 52/53, pp. 275-334.
Aronhime, M. T., Gillham, J. K. : Time-Temperature Transformation (TTT) Cure Diagram of Thermo-
setting Polymeric Systems. Vol. 78, pp. 81-112.
Arridge, R. C. and Barham, P. J.: Polymer Elasticity. Discrete and Continuum Models. Vol. 46,
pp. 67-117.
Aseeva, R. M., Zaikov, G. E. : Flammability of Polymeric Materials. Vol. 70, pp. 171-230.
Ayrey, G. : The Use of Isotopes in Polymer Analysis. Vol. 6, pp. 128-148.
Bdssler, H.: Photopolymerization of Diacetylenes. Vol. 63, pp. 148.
Baldwin, R. L.." Sedimentation of High Polymers. Vol. 1, pp. 451-511.
Balta-Calleja, F. J.: Microhardness Relating to Crystalline Polymers. Vol. 66, pp. 117-148.
Barb~, P. C., Cecchin, G. and Noristi, L. : The Catalytic System Ti-Complex/MgC12. Vol. 81, pp. 1-83.
Barton, J. M. : The Application of Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) to the Study of Epoxy
Resins Curing Reactions. Vol. 72, pp. 111-154.
Basedow, A. M. and Ebert, K.: Ultrasonic Degradation of Polymers in Solution. Vol. 22,
pp. 83-148.
Batz, H.-G.: Polymeric Drugs. Vol. 23, pp. 25-53.
Bell, J. P. see Schmidt, R. G. : Vol. 75, pp. 33-72.
Bekturov, E. A. and Bimendina, L. A. : Interpolymer Complexes. Vol. 41, pp. 99-147.
Bergsma, F. and Kruissink, Ch. A. : Ion-Exchange Membranes. Vol. 2, pp. 307-362.
Berlin, AI. Al., Volfson, S. A., and Enikolopian, N. S. : Kinetics of Polymerization Processes. Vol. 38,
pp. 89-140.
Berry, G. C. and Fox, T. G. : The Viscosity of Polymers and Their Concentrated Solutions. Vol. 5,
• pp. 261-357.
Bevington, J. C.: Isotopic Methods in Polymer Chemistry. Vo]. 2, pp. 1-17.
Bhuiyan, A. L. : Some Problems Encountered with Degradation Mechanisms of Addition Polymers.
Vol. 47, pp. 1-65.
Bird, R. B., Warner, Jr., H. R., and Evans, D. C. : Kinetik Theory and Rheology of Dumbbell
Suspensions with Brownian Motion. Vol. 8, pp. 1-90.
Biswas, M. and Maity, C. : Molecular Sieves as Polymerization Catalysts. Vol. 31, pp. 47-88.
Biswas, M., Packirisamy, S. : Synthetic Ion-Exchange Resins. Vol. 70, pp. 71-t 18.
194 Author Index Volumes t 83
Block, H. : The Nature and Application of Electrical Phenomena in Polymers. Vol. 33, pp. 93-167.
Bodor, G. : X-ray Line Shape Analysis. A. Means for the Characterization of Crystalline Polymers.
Vol. 67, pp. 165-194.
B6hm, L. L., Chmeli~, M., L6hr, G., Sehmitt, B. J. and Schulz, G. V. : Zust/inde und Reaktionen
des Carbanions bei der anionischen Polymerisation des Styrols. Vol. 9, pp. 1-45.
Bout;, F.. Transient Relaxation Mechanisms in Elongated Melts and Rubbers Investigated by Small
Angle Neutron Scattering. Vol. 82, pp. 47-103.
Bovey, F. A. and Tiers, G. V. D. : The High Resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
of Polymers. Vol. 3, pp. 139-195.
Braun, J.-M. and Guillet, J. E.: Study of Polymers by Inverse Gas Chromatography. Vol. 21,
pp. 107-145.
Breitenbach, J. W., Olaj, O. F. und Sommer, F. : Polymerisationsanregung durch Elektrolyse. Vol. 9,
pp. 47-227.
Bresler, S. E. and Kazbekov, E. N. : Macroradical Reactivity Studied by Electron Spin Resonance.
Vol. 3, pp. 688 711.
Brosse, J.-C., Derouet, D., Epaillard, F., Soutif, J.-C., Legeay, G, and Du~ek, K. : Hydroxyl-Terminated
Polymers Obtained by Free Radical Polymerization. Synthesis, Characterization, and Applica-
tions. Vol. 81, pp. 167-224.
Bucknall, C. B.: Fracture and Failure of Multiphase Polymers and Polymer Composites. Vol. 27,
pp. 121-148.
Burchard, W. : Static and Dynamic Light Scattering from Branched Polymers and Biopolymers.
Vol. 48, pp. 1-124.
Bywater, S. : Polymerization Initiated by Lithium and Its Compounds. Vol. 4, pp. 66-110.
Bywater, S. : Preparation and Properties of Star-branched Polymers. Vol. 30, pp. 89-116.
Candau, S., Bastide, J. und Delsanti, M. : Structural. Elastic and Dynamic Properties of Swollen
Polymer Networks. Vol. 44, pp. 27-72.
Carrick, W. L. : The Mechanism of Olefin Polymerization by Ziegler-Natta Catalysts. Vol. 12,
pp. 65-86.
Casale, A. and Porter, R. S.: Mechanical Synthesis of Block and Graft Copolymers. Vol. 17,
pp. 1 71.
Cecchin, G. see Barb6, P. C. : Vol. 81, pp. 1-83.
Cerf, R.: La dynamique des solutions de macromolecules dans un champ de vitresses. Vol. 1,
pp. 382-450.
Cesca, S., PriMa, A. and Bruzzone, M.: Synthesis and Modification of Polymers Containing a
System of Conjugated Double Bonds. Vol. 32, pp. 1-67.
Chiellini, E., Solaro, R., Galli, G. and Ledwith, A. : Optically Active Synthetic Polymers Containing
Pendant Carbazolyl Groups. Vol. 62, pp. 143-170.
Cicchetti, 0.: Mechanisms of Oxidative Photodegradation and of UV Stabilization of Polyolefins.
Vol. 7, pp. 70-112.
Clark, A. H. and Ross-Murphy, S. B. : Structural and Mechanical Properties of Biopolymer Gels.
Vol. 83, pp. 57-193.
Clark, D. T. : ESCA Applied to Polymers. Vol. 24, pp. 125-188.
Colemann, Jr., L. E. and Meinhardt, N. A. : Polymerization Reactions of Vinyl Ketones. Vol. 1,
pp. 159--179.
Comper, W. D. and Preston, B. N.: Rapid Polymer Transport in Concentrated Solutions. Vol. 55,
pp. 105-152.
Corner, T. : Free Radical Polymerization -- The Synthesis of Graft Copolymers. Vol. 62, pp. 95-142.
Creseenzi, V. : Some Recent Studies of Polyelectrolyte Solutions. Vol. 5, pp. 358-386.
Crivello, J. V. : Cationic Polymerization -- Iodonium and Sulfonium Salt Photoinitiators, Vol. 62,
pp. 1-48.
Dave, R. see Kardos, J. L. : Vol. 80, pp. 101-123.
Davydov, B. E. and Krentsel, B. A. : Progress in the Chemistry of Polyconjugated Systems. Vot. 25,
pp. I ~.6.
Author Index Volumes 1-83 195
Derouet, F. see Brosse, J.-C.: Vol. 81, pp. 167-224.
Dettenmaier, M.: Intrinsic Crazes in Polycarbonate Phenomenology and Molecular Interpretation
of a New Phenomenon. Voh 52/53, pp. 57-104.
Dobb, M. G. and Mclntyre, J. E. : Properties and Applications of Liquid-Crystalline Main-Chain
Polymers. Vol. 60/61, pp. 61-98.
D6ll, W. : Optical Interference Measurements and Fracture Mechanics Analysis of Crack Tip
Craze Zones. Vol. 52/53, pp. 105-168.
Doi, Y. see Keii, T.: Voh 73/74, pp. 201-248.
Dole, M.: Calorimetric Studies of States and Transitions in Solid High Polymers. Vol. 2, pp. 221-274.
Donnet, J. B., Vidal, A. : Carbon Black-Surface Properties and Interactions with Elastomers. Vol. 76,
pp. 103-128.
Dorn, K., Hupfer, B., and Rinosdorf, H.: Polymeric Monolayers and Liposomes as Models for
Biomembranes How to Bridge the Gap Between Polymer Science and Membrane Biology?
Vol. 64, pp. 1-54.
Dreyfuss, P. and Dreyfuss, M+ P. : Polytetrahydrofuran. Vol. 4, pp. 528-590.
Drobnik, J. and Ryp6dek, F. : Soluble Synthetic Polymers in Biological Systems. Vol. 57, pp. 1-50.
Dr6scher, M. : Solid State Extrusion of Semicrystalline Copolymers. Vol. 47, pp. 120-138.
Dudukovid, M. P. see Kardos, J. L.: Vol. 80, pp. 101-123.
Drzal, L. T. : The Interphase in Epoxy Composites. Vol. 75, pp. 1-32.
Du~ek, K. : Network Formation in Curing of Epoxy Resins. +Vol. 78, pp. 1 58.
Dugek, K. and Prms, W. : Structure and Elasticity of Non-Crystalline Polymer Networks. Vol. 6,
pp. 1-102.
DuJek, K. see Brosse, J.-C. : Vol. 81, pp. 167-224.
Duncan, R. and Kope(ek, J.: Soluble Synthetic Polymers as Potential Drug Carriers. Vol. 57,
pp. 51-101.
Eastham, A. M. : Some Aspects of the Polymerization of Cyclic Ethers. Vol. 2, pp. 18-50.
Ehrlieh, P. and Mortimer, G. A.: Fundamentals of the Free-Radical Polymerization of Ethylene.
Vol. 7, pp. 386-448.
Eisenber o, A.." Ionic Forces in Polymers. V01.5, pp. 59 112.
Eiss, N. S. Jr. gee Yorkgitis, E. M. Vol. 72, pp. 7%110.
Elias, H.-G., Bareiss, R. und Watterson, J. G. : Mittelwerte des Molekulargewichts und anderer
Eigenschaften. Vol. 11, pp. 111-204.
Elsner, G., Riekel, Ch. and Zachmann, H. G. : Synchrotron Radiation Physics. Vol. 67, pp. 1-58.
Elyashevieh, G. K. : Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Orientational Crystallization of Flexible-
Chain Polymers. Vol. 43, pp. 207-246.
Enkelmann, V.: Structural Aspects of the Topochemical Polymerization of Diacetylenes. Vol. 63,
pp. 91-136.
Entelis, S. G., Evreinov, V. V., Gorshkov, A. V. : Functionally and Molecular Weight Distribution of
Telchelic Polymers. Vol. 76, pp. 12%175.
Epaillard, F. see Brosse, J.-C. : Vol. 81, pp. 167-224.
Evreinov, V. V. see Entelis, S. G. Vol. 76, pp. 129-175.
Ferruti, P. and Barbucci, R. : Linear Amino Polymers: Synthesis, Protonation and Complex Forma-
tion. Vol. 58, pp. 55-92.
Finkelmann, H. and Rehaoe, G. : Liquid Crystal Side-Chain Polymers. Vol. 60/61, pp. 99-172.
Fischer, H. : Freie Radikale w~ihrend der Polymerisation, nachgewiesen und identifiziert durch
Elektronenspinresonanz. Vol. 5, pp. 463-530.
Flory, P. J. : Molecular Theory of Liquid Crystals. Vol. 59, pp. 1-36.
Ford, W. T. and Tomoi, M. : Polymer-Supported Phase Transfer Catalysts Reaction Mechanisms.
Voh 55, pp. 49-104.
Fradet, A. and MarOchal, E. : Kinetics and Mechanisms of Polyesterifications. I. Reactions of Diols
with Diacids. Vol. 43, pp. 51-144.
Franz, G. : Polysaccharides in Pharmacy. Vol. 76, pp. 1--30.
Friedrich, K. : Crazes and Shear Bands in Semi-Crystalline Thermoplastics. Vol. 52/53, pp. 225-274.
Fujita, H. : Diffusion in Polymer-Diluent Systems. Vol. 3, pp. 1~,7.
! 96 Author Index Volumes 1-83
Funke, W.: 0ber die Strukturaufkl~irung vernetzter Makromolektile, insbesondere vernetzter Poly-
esterharze, mit chemischen Methoden. Vol. 4, pp. 157-235.
Furukawa, H. see Kamon, T.: Vol. 80, pp. 173-202.
Gal'braikh, L. S. and Rigovin, Z. A.: Chemical Transformation of Cellulose. Vol. 14, pp. 87-130.
Galli, G. see Chiellini, E. Vol. 62, pp. 143-170.
Gallot, B. R. M.: Preparation and Study of Block Copolymers with Ordered Structures, Vol. 29,'
pp. 85-156.
Ga~dini, A. : The Behaviour of Furan Derivatives in Polymerization Reactions. Vol. 25, pp. 47-96.
Gandini, A. and Cheradame, H.: Cationic Polymerization. Initiation with Alkenyl Monomers.
Vol. 34/35, pp. 1-289.
Geckeler, K., Pillai, V. N. R., and Mutter, M.: Applications of Soluble Polymeric Supports. Vol. 39,
pp. 65-94.
Gerrens, H. : Kinetik der Emulsionspolymerisation. Vol. 1, pp. 234-328.
Ghiggino, K. P., Roberts, A. J. and Phillips, D. : Time-Resolved Fluorescence Techniques in Polymer
and Biopolymer Studies. Vol. 40, pp. 69-167.
Gillham, J. K. see Aronhime, M. T.: Vol. 78, pp. 81-112.
Gl6ckner, G. : Analysis of Compositional and Structural Heterogeneitis of Polymer by Non-Exclusion
HPLC. Vol. 79, pp. 159-214.
Godovsky, Y. K. : Thermomechanics of Polymers. Vol. 76, pp. 31-102.
Goethals, E. J. : The Formation of Cyclic Oligomers in the Cationic Polymerization of Heteroeycles.
Vol. 23, pp. 103-130.
Gorshkov, A. V. see Entelis, S. G. Vol. 76, 129-175.
Graessley, W. IV.: The Etanglement Concept in Polymer Rheology. Vol. 16, pp. 1-179.
Graessley, W. W.." Entagled Linear, Branched and Network Polymer Systems. Molecular Theories.
Vol. 47, pp. 67 117.
Grebowicz, J. see Wunderlich, B. Vol. 60/61, pp. 1-60.
Gres'chner, G. S.: Phase Distribution Chromatography. Possibilities and Limitations. Vol. 73/74,
pp. 1-62.
Hayihara, N., Sonogashira, K. and Takahashi, S. : Linear Polymers Containing Transition Metals in
the Main Chain. Vol. 41, pp. 149 179.
Haseoawa, M.: Four-Center Photopolymerization in the Crystalline State. Vol. 42, pp. 1-49.
Hatano, M.: Induced Circular Dichroism in Biopolymer-Dye System. Vol. 77, pp. 1 121.
Hay, A. S. : Aromatic Poly'ethers. Vol. 4, pp, 496-527.
Hayakawa, R. and Wada, Y. : Piezoelectricity and Related Properties. of Polymer Films. Vol. 11,
pp. 1-55.
Heidemann, E. and Roth, W.: Synthesis and Investigation of Collagen Model Peptides. Vol. 43,
pp. 145-205.
Heitz, W.: Polymeric Reagents. Polymer Design, Scope, and Limitations. Vol. 23, pp. 1-23.
Helfferieh, F. : Ionenaustausch. Vol. 1, pp. 329-381.
Hendra, P. J. : Laser-Raman Spectra of Polymers. Vol. 6, pp. 151-169.
Hendrix, J. : Position Sensitive "X-ray Detectors". Vol. 67, pp. 59-98.
Henrici-Oliv~, G. and Olivd, S. : Oligomerization of Ethylene with Soluble Transition-Metal Catalysts.
pp. 496-577.
Henriei-OlivO, G. und Olive, S. : Koordinative Polymerisation an 16slichen (Jbergangsmetall-Kataly-
satoren. Vol. 6, pp. 421-472.
Henrici-Oliv~, G. and Olive, S. : Oligomerization of Ethylene with Soluble Transition-Metal Catalysts.
Vol. 15, pp. 1-30.
Henrici-Oliv~, G. and Olive, S. : Molecular Interactions and Macroscopic Properties of Polyacrylo-
nitrile and Model Substances. Vol. 32, pp. 123 152.
Henrici-Olivk, G. and OlivO, S." The Chemistry of Carbon Fiber Formation from Polyacrylonitrile.
Vol. 51, pp. 1-60.
Hermans, Jr., J., Lohr, D. and Ferro, D. : Treatment of the Folding and Unfolding of Protein Molecules
in Solution According to a Lattic Model. Vol. 9, pp. 229-283.
Author Index Volumes 1-83 197
Higashimura, T. and Sawamoto, M. : Living Polymerization and Selective Dimerization: Two Extremes
of the Polymer Synthesis by Cationic Polymerization. Vol. 62, pp. 49-94.
Higashirnura, T. see Masuda, T. : Vol. 81, pp. 121-166.
Hlady, V. see Andrade, J. D. : Vol. 79, pp. 1-63.
Hoffman, A. S. : Ionizing Radiation and Gas Plasma (or Glow) Discharge Treatments for Pre-
paration of Novel Polymeric Biomaterials. Vol. 57, pp. 141-157.
Holzmiiller, W. : Molecular Mobility, Deformation and Relaxation Processes in Polymers. Vol. 26,
pp. 1-62.
Horh Y. see Kashiwabara, H. : Vol. 82, pp. 141-207.
Hutchison, J. and Ledwith, A.: Photoinitiation of Vinyl Polymerization by Aromatic Carbonyl
Compounds. Vol. 14, pp. 49-86.
lizuka, E. : Properties of Liquid Crystals of Polypeptides: with Stress on the Electromagnetic Orien-
tation. Vol. 20, pp. 79-107.
lkada, Y. : Characterization of Graft Copolymers. Vol. 29, pp. 47-84.
Ikada, Y. : Blood-Compatible Polymers. Vol. 57, pp. 103-140.
Imanishi, Y. : Synthese, Conformation, and Reactions of Cyclic Peptides. Vol. 20, pp,. 1-77.
Inagaki, H. : Polymer Separation and Characterization by Thin-Layer Chromatography. Vol. 24,
pp. 189537.
Inoue, S. : Asymmetric Reactions of Synthetic Polypeptides. Vol. 21, pp. 77-106.
Ise, N. : Polymerizations under an Electric Field. Vol. 6, pp. 347-376.
lse, N. : The Mean Activity Coefficient of Polyelectrolytes in Aqueous Solutions and Its Related
Properties. Vol. 7, pp. 536-593.
Isihara, A. : Irreversible Processes in Solutions of Chain Polymers. Vol. 5, pp. 531-567.
lsihara, A. : Intramolecular Statistics of a Flexible Chain Molecule. Vol. 7, pp. 449-476.
Isihara, A. and Guth, E. : Theory of Dilute Macromolecular Solutions. Vol. 5, pp. 233-260.
lwatsuki, S.: Polymerization of Quinodimethane Compounds. Vol. 58, pp. 93-120.
Janeschitz-Kriegl, H. : Flow Birefrigence of Elastico-Viscous Polymer Systems. Vol. 6, pp. 170-318.
Jenkins, R. and Porter, R. S. : Unpertubed Dimensions of Stereoregular Polymers. Vol. 36, pp. 1-20.
Jenngins, B. R. : Electro-Optic Methods for Characterizing Macromolecules in Dilute Solution.
Vol. 22, pp. 61-81.
Johnston, D. S.. Macrozwitterion Polymerization. Vol. 42, pp. 51-106.
Kamachi, M. : Influence of Solvent on Free Radical Polymerization of Vinyl Compounds. Vol. 38,
pp. 55-87.
Kamachi, M. : ESR Studies on Radical Polymerization. Vol. 82, pp. 207-277.
Kamide, K. and Saito, M. : Cellulose and Cellulose Derivatives: Recent Advances in Physical Chemis-
try. Vol. 83, pp. 1-57.
Kamon, T., Furukawa, H. : Curing Mechanisms and Mechanical Properties of Cured Epoxy Resins.
Vol. 80, pp. 173-202.
Kaneko, M. and Yamada, A.: Solar Energy Conversion by Functional Polymers. Vol. 55, pp. 1-48.
Kardos, J. L., Dudukovib, M. P., Dave, R. : Void Growth and Resin Transport During Processing of
Thermosetting -- Matrix Composites. Vol. 80, pp. 101-123.
Kashiwabara, H., Shimada, S., Hori, Y. and Sakaouchi, M. : ESR Application to Polymer Physics --
Molecular Motion in Solid Matrix in which Free Radicals are Trapped. Vol. 82, pp. 141-207.
Kawabata, S. and Kawai, H. : Strain Energy Density Functions of Rubber Vulcanizates from Biaxial
Extension. Vol. 24, pp. 89-124.
Keii, T., Doi, Y. : Synthesis of "Living" Polyolefins with Soluble Ziegler-Natta Catalysts and Applica-
tion to Block Copolymerization. Vol. 73/74, pp. 201-248.
Kelley, F. N. see LeMay, J. D.: Vol. 78, pp. 113-148.
Kennedy, J. P. and Chou, T. : Poly(isobutylene-co-[3-Pinene): A New Sulfur Vulcanizable, Ozone
Resistant Elastomer by Cationic Isomerization Copolymerization. Vol. 21, pp. 1-39.
198 Author Index Volumes 1-83
Kennedy, J. P. and Delvaux, J. M. : Synthesis, Characterization and Morphology of Poly(butadiene-
g-Styrene). Vol. 38, pp. 141-163.
Kennedy, J. P. and Gillham, J. K. : Cationic Polymerization of Olefins with Alkylaluminium Initiators.
Vol. 10, pp. 1-33.
Kenned),, J, P. and Johnston, J. E. : The Cationic lsomerization Polymerization of 3-Methyl-l-butene
and 4-Methyl-l-pentene. Vol. 19, pp. 57-95.
Kennedy, J. P. and Langer, Jr., A. IV.: Recent Advances in Cationic Polymerization. Vol. 3,
pp. 508-580.
Kennedy, J. P. and Otsu, T.." Polymerization with Isomerization of Monomer Preceding Propagation.
Vol. 7, pp. 36%385.
Kennedy, J. P. and Renoaehary, S. : Correlation Between Cationic Model and Polymerization Reactions
of Olefins. Vol. 14, pp. 1-48.
Kennedy, J. P. and Trivedi, P. D. : Cationic Olefin Polymerization Using Alkyl Halide -- Alkyl-
Aluminium Initiator Systems. I. Reactivity Studies. II. Molecular Weight Studies. Vol. 28,
pp. 83-151.
Kennedy, J. P., Chang~ V. S. C. and Guyot, A. : Carbocationic Synthesis and Characterization of
Polyolefins with Si-H aJ: [ Si-C1 Head Groups. Vol. 43, pp. 1-50.
Khoklov, A. R. and Grosberg, A. Yu. : Statistical Theory of Polymeric Lyotropic Liquid Crystals.
Vol. 41, pp. 53-97.
Kinloch, A. J. : Mechanics and Mechanisms of Fracture of Thermosetting Epoxy Polymers. Vol. 72,
pp. 45-68.
Kissin, Yu. V. : Structures of Copolymers of High Olefins. Vol. 15, pp. 91-155.
Kitagawa, T. and Miyazawa, T. : Neutron Scattering and Normal Vibrations of Polymers. Vol. 9,
pp. 335-414.
Kitamaru, R. and Horii, F. : NMR Approach to the Phase Structure of Linear Polyethylene. Vol. 26,
pp. 139 180.
Klosinski, P., Penczek, S. : Teichoic Acids and Their Models: Membrane Biopolymers with Poly-
phosphate Backbones. Synthesis, Structure and Properties. Vol. 79, pp. 139-157.
Knappe, W. : W~irmeleitung in Polymeren. Vol. 7, pp. 477-535.
Koenik, J. L. see Mertzel, E. Vol. 75, pp. 73-112.
Koenig, J. L. : Fourier Transforms Infrared Spectroscopy of Polymers, Vol. 54, pp. 87-154.
Kola(ik, J. : Secondary Relaxations in Glassy Polymers: Hydrophilic Polymethacrylates and Poly-
acrylates: Vol. 46, pp. 119-161.
Kong, E. S.-W.; Physical Aging in Epoxy Matrices and Composites. Vol. 80, pp. 125-171.
Koningsveld, R. : Preparative and Analytical Aspects of Polymer Fractionation. Vol. 7.
Kovacs, A. J. : Transition vitreuse dans les polymers amorphes. Etude phtnomtnologique. Vol. 3,
pp. 394-507.
Kriissi9, H. A.." Graft Co-Polymerization of Cellulose and Its Derivatives. Vol. 4, pp. I 11-156.
Kramer, E. J. : Microscopic and Molecular Fundamentals of Crazing. Vol. 52/53, pp. 1-56.
Kraus, G. : Reinforcement of Elastomers by Carbon Black. Vol. 8, pp. 155-237.
Kratochvila, J. see Mejzlik, J.: Vol. 81, pp. 83-120.
Kreutz, W. and Welte, IV. : A General Theory for the Evaluation of X-Ray Diagrams of Biomembranes
and Other Lamellar Systems. Vol. 30, pp. 161-225.
Krimm, S. : Infrared Spectra of High Polymers. Vol. 2, pp. 51-72.
Kuhn, W,, Ramel, A., Waiters, D. H. Ebner, G..and Kuhn, H. J.: The Production of Mechanical
Energy from Different Forms of Chemical Energy with Homogeneous and Cross-Striated High
Polymer Systems. Vol. 1, pp. 540-592.
Kunitake, T. and Okahata, Y.: Catalytic Hydrolysis by Synthetic Polymers. Vol. 20, pp. 159-221.
Kurata, M. and Stockmayer, W. 11. : Intrinsic Viscosities and Unperturbed Dimensions of Long
Chain Molecules. Vol. 3, pp. 196-312.
Ledwith, A. and Sherrington, D. C. : Stable Organic Cation Salts: Ion Pair Equilibria and Use in
Cationic Polymerization. Vol. 19, pp. 1-56.
Ledwith, A. see Chiellini, E. Vol. 62, pp. t43-170.
Lee, C.-D. S. and Daly, W. H.: Mercaptan-Containing Polymers. Vol. 15, pp. 61-90.
Legeay, G. see Brosse, J.-C.: Vol. 81, pp. 167-224.
Author Index Volumes 1-83 199
LeMay, J. D., Keller', F. N. : Structure and Ultimate Properties of Epoxy Resins. Vol. 78, pp. 113-148.
Lesn6, M. see Mejzlik, J.: Vol. 81, pp. 83-120.
Lindberg, J. J. and Hortling, B. : Cross Polarization -- Magic Angle Spinning NMR Studies of Carbo-
hydrates and Aromatic Polymers. Vol. 66, pp. 1-22.
Lipatov, Y. S. : Relaxation and Viscoelastic Properties of Heterogeneous Polymeric Compositions.
Vol. 22, pp. 1-59.
Lipatov, Y. S.: The Iso-Free-Volume State and Glass Transitions in Amorphous Polymers: New
Development of the Theory. Vol. 26, pp. 63-104.
Lipatova, T. E. : Medical Polymer Adhesives. Vol. 79, pp. 65-93.
Lohse, F., Zweifel, H. : Photocrosslinking of Epoxy Resins. Vol. 78, pp. 59-80.
Lusto~, J. and Vagg, F. : Anionic Copolymerization of Cyclic Ethers with Cyclic Anhydrides. Vol. 56,
pp. 91-133.
Madec, J.-P. and Mar~ehat, E.: Kinetics and Mechanisms of Polyesterificationsl II. Reactions of
Diacids with Diepoxides. Vol. 71, pp. 153-228.
Mano, E. B. and Coutinho, F. M. B.: Grafting on Polyamides. Vol. 19, pp. 97-116.
Mar~ehal, E. see Madec, J.-P. Vol. 71, pp. 153-228.
Mark, J. E. : The Use of Model Polymer Networks to Elucidate Molecular Aspects of Rubberlike
Elasticity. Vol. 44, pp. i-26.
Mark, J. E. see Queslel, J. P. Vol. 71, pp. 229-248.
Maser, F., Bode, K., Pillai, V. N. R. and Mutter, M.: Conformational Studies on Model Peptides.
Their Contribution to Synthetic, Structural and Functional Innovations on Proteins. Vol. 65,
pp. 177-214.
Masuda, T. and Higashimura, T.: Polyacetylenes with Substituents: Their Synthesis and Properties.
Vol. 81, pp. 121-166.
MeGrath, J. E. see Yorkgitis, E. M. Vol. 72, pp. 79-110.
Mclntyre, J. E. see Dobb, M. G. Vol. 60161, pp. 61-98.
Meerwall v., E. D. : Self-Diffusion in Polymer Systems. Measured with Field-Gradient Spin Echo
NMR Methods, Vol. 54, pp. 1-29.
Mejzlik, J., Lesn6, M. and Kratoehvila, J.: Determination of the Number of Active Centers in
Ziegler-Natta Polymerizations of Olefins. Vol. 81, pp. 83-120.
Mengoli, G. : Feasibility of Polymer Film Coating Through Electroinitiated Polymerization in
Aqueous Medium. Vol. 33, pp. 1-31.
Mertzel, E., Koenik, J. L.: Application of FT-IR and NMR to Epoxy Resins. Vol. 75, pp. 73-112.
Meyerhoff, G.: Die ,viscosimetrische Molekulargewichtsbestimmung yon Polymeren. Vol. 3,
pp. 5%105.
Millieh, F.: Rigid Rods and the Characterization of Polyisocyanides. Vol. 19, pp. 117-141.
M61ler, M. : Cross Polarization -- Magic Angle Sample Spinn!ng NMR Studies. With Respect to
the Rotational Isomeric States of Saturated Chain Molecules. Vol. 66, pp. 5%80.
Morawetz, H. : Specific Ion Binding by Polyelectrolytes. Vol. 1, pp. 1-34.
Morgan, R. J. : Structure-Property Relations of Epoxies Used as Composite Matrices. VoL. 72,
pp. 1-44.
Morin, B. P., Breusova, L P. and Rogovin, Z. A.: Structural and Chemical Modifications of Cellulose
by Graft Copolymerization. Vol. 42, pp. 13%166.
Mulvaney, J. E., Oversberger, C. C. and Schiller, A. M. : Anionic Polymerization. Vol. 3, pp. 106-138.
Nakase, Y., Kurijama, L and Odajima, A. : Analysis of the Fine Structure of Poly(Oxymethylene)
Prepared by Radiation-Induced Polymerization in the Solid State. Vol. 65, pp. 79-134.
Neuse, E. : Aromatic Polybenzimidazoles. Syntheses, Properties, and Applications. Vol. 47, pp. 1-42.
Nicolais, L. see Apicella, A. Vol. 72, pp. 69-78.
Noristi, L. see Barb6, P. C.: Vol. 81, pp. 1-83.
Nuyken, 0., Weidner, R. : Graft and Block Copolymers via Polymeric Azo Initiators. Vol. 73/74,
pp. 145-200.
Ober, Ch. K., Jin, J.-l. and Lenz, R. W. : Liquid Crystal Polymers with Flexible Spacers in the Main
Chain. Vol. 59, pp. 103-146.
200 Author Index Volumes 1-83
Okubo, T. and lse, N. : Synthetic Polyelectrolytes as Models of Nucleic Acids and Esterases. Vol. 25,
pp. 135-181.
Oleinik, E. F. : Epoxy-Aromatic Amine Networks in the Glassy State Structure and Properties. Vol. 80,
pp. 49-99.
Osaki, K. : Viscoelastic Properties of Dilute Polymer Solutions. Vol. 12, pp. 1-64.
Osada, Y. : Conversion of Chemical Into Mechanical Energy by Synthetic Polymers (Chemomechani-
cal Systems). Vol. 82, pp. 147.
Oster, G. and NishUima, Y. : Fluorescence Methods in Polymer Science. Vol. 3, pp. 313-331.
Otsu, T. see Sato, T. Vol. 71, pp. 41-78.
Overberger, C. G. and Moore, J. A. : Ladder Polymers. Vol. 7, pp. 113-150.
Packirisamy, S. see Biswas, M. Vol. 70, pp. 71-118.
Papkov, S. P." Liquid Crystalline Order in Solutions of Rigid-Chain Polymers. Vol. 59, pp. 75-102.
Patat, F., Killmann, E. und Schiebener, C. : Die Absorption von Makromotekiilen aus L6sung.
Vol. 3, pp. 332-393.
Patterson, G. D.. Photon Correlation Spectroscopy of Bulk Polymers. Vol. 48, pp. 125-159.
Penczek, S., Kubisa, P. and Matyjaszewski, K. : Cationic Ring-Opening Polymerization of Heterocyclic
Monomers. Vol. 37, pp. 1-149.
Penczek, S., Kubisa, P. and Matyjaszewski, K. : Cationic Ring-Opening Polymerization; 2. Synthetic
Applications. Vol. 68/69, pp. 1-298.
Penezek, S. see Klosinski, P.: Vol. 79, pp. 139-157.
Peticolas, W. L. : Inelastic Laser Light Scattering from Biological and Synthetic Polymers. Vol. 9,
pp. 285-333.
Petropoulos, J. H. : Membranes with Non-Homogeneous Sorption Properties. Vol. 64, pp. 85-134.
Pino, P. : Optically Active Addition Polymers. Vol. 4, pp. 393456.
Pitha, J. : Physiological Activities of Synthetic Analogs of Polynucleotides. Vol. 50, pp. 1-16.
Ptat~, N. A. and Noak, O. V. : A Theoretical Consideration of the Kinetics and Statistics of Reactions
of Functional Groups of Macromolecules. Vol. 31, pp. 133-173.
Plat~, N. A., Valuev, L. L : Heparin-Containing Polymeric Materials. Vol. 79, pp. 95-138.
Plat~, N. A. see Shibaev, V. P. Vol. 60/61, pp. 173-252.
Plesch, P. H.: The Propagation Rate-Constants in Cationic Polymerisations. Vol. 8, pp. 137-154.
Porod, G. : Anwendung und Ergebnisse der R6ntgenkleinwinkelstreuung in festen Hochpolymeren.
Vol. 2, pp. 363400.
Pospigil, J. : Transformations of Phenolic Antioxidants and the Role of Their Products in the Long-
Term Properties of Polyolefins. Vol. 36, pp. 69-133.
Postelnek, W., Coleman, L. E., and Lovelaee, A. M. : Fluorine-Containing Polymers. I. Fluorinated
Vinyl Polymers with Functional Groups, Condensation Polymers, and Styrene Polymers. Vol. 1
pp. 75-113. -'
Queslel, J. P. and Mark, J. E. : Molecular Interpretation of the Moduli of Elastomeric Polymer Net-
works of Know Structure. Vol. 65, pp. 135-t76.
Queslel, J. P. and Mark, J. E. : Swelling Equilibrium Studies of Elastomeric Network Structures.
Vol. 71, pp. 229-248.
Rehage, G. see Finkelmann, H. Vol. 60/61, pp. 99-172.
Rempp, P. F. and Franta, E. : Macromonomers: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications. Vol. 58,
pp. 1-54.
Rempp, P., Herz, J. and Borehard, W. : Model Networks. Vol. 26, pp. 10%137.
Riehard~, R. W. : Small Angle Neutron Scattering from Block Copolymers. Vol. 71, pp. 140.
Riobi, Z. : Reinforcement of Rubber by Carbon Black. Vol. 36, pp. 21-68.
Rigby, D. see Roe, R.-J.: Vol. 82, pp. 103-141.
Roe, R.-J. and Rioby, D. : Phase Relations and Miscibility in Polymer Blends Containing Copolymers.
Vol. 82, pp. 103-141.
Author Index Volumes 1-83 201
Rogovin, Z. A. and Gabrielyan, G. A. : Chemical Modifications of Fibre Forming Polymers and
Copolymers of Acrylonitrile. Vol. 25, pp. 97-134.
Roha, M. : Ionic Factors in Steric Control. Vol. 4, pp. 353-392.
Roha, M.: The Chemistry of Coordinate Polymerization of Dienes. Vol. 1, pp. 512-539.
Ross-Murphy, S. B. see Clark, A. H.: Vol. 83, pp. 57-193.
Rostami, S. see Walsh, D. J. Vol. 70, pp. 119-170.
Rozengerk, v. A. : Kinetics, Thermodynamics and Mechanism of Reactions of Epoxy Oligomers with
Amines. Vol. 75, pp. 113-166.
Safford, G. J. and Naumann, A. W.." Low Frequency Motions in Polymers as Measured by Neutron
Inelastic Scattering. Vol. 5, pp. 1-27.
Sakaguchi, M. see Kashiwabara, H. : Vol. 82, pp. 141-207.
Saito, M. see Kamide, K. : Vol. 83, pp. 1-57.
Sato, T. and Otsu, T. : Formation of Living Propagating Radicals in Microspheres and Their Use
in the Synthesis of Block Copolymers. Vol. 71, pp. 41-78.
Sauer, J. A. and Chen, C. C. : Crazing and Fatigue Behavior in One and Two Phase Glassy Polymers.
Vol. 52/53, pp. 169-224.
Sawamoto, M. see Higashimura, T. Vol. 62, pp. 49-94.
Schmidt, R. G., Bell, J. P. : Epoxy Adhesion to Metals. Vol. 75, pp. 33-72.
Schuerch, C. i The Chemical Synthesis and Properties of Polysaccharides of Biomedical Interest.
Vol. 10, pp. 173-194.
Schulz, R. C. und Kaiser, E. : Synthese und Eigenschaften von optisch aktiven Polymeren. Vol. 4,
pp. 236-315.
Seanor, D. A.." Charge Transfer in Polymers. Vol. 4, pp. 317-352.
Semerak, S. N. and Frank, C. W.: Photophysics of Excimer Formation in Aryl Vinyl Polymers,
Vol. 54, pp. 31-85.
Seidl, J., Malinskj~, J., Du~ek, K. und Heitz, W. : Makropor6se Styrol-Divinylbenzol-Copolymere
und ihre Verwendung in der Chromatographic und zur Darstellung von Ionenaustauschern.
Vol. 5, pp. 113-213.
Semjonow, V.: Schmelzviskosit/iten hochpolymerer Stoffe. Vol. 5, pp. 387--450.
Semlpen, J. A. : Ring-Chain Equilibria and the Conformations of Polymer Chains. Vol. 21, pp. 41-75.
Sen, A. : The Copolymerization of Carbon Monoxide with Olefins. Vol. 73/74, pp. 125-144.
Senturia, S. D., Sheppard, N. F. Jr. : Dielectric Analysis of Thermoset Cure. Vol. 80, pp. 1-47.
Sharkey, W. H. : Polymerizations Through the Carbon-Sulphur Double Bond. Vol. 17, pp. 73-103.
Sheppard, N. F. Jr. see Senturia, S. D.: Vol. 80, pp. 1-47.
Shibaev, V. P. and Plat~, N. A.: Thermotropic Liquid-Crystalline Polymers with Mesogenic Side
Groups. Vol. 60/61, pp. 173-252.
Shimada, S. see Kashiwabara, H. : Vol. 82, pp. 141-207.
Shimidzu, T.: Cooperative Actions in the Nucleophile-Containing Polymers. Vol. 23, pp. 55-102.
Shutov, F. A. : Foamed Polymers Based on Reactive Oligomers, Vol. 39, pp. 1-64.
Shutov, F. A. : Foamed Polymers. Cellular Structure and Properties. Vol. 51, pp. 155-218.
Shutov, F. A. : Syntactic Polymer Foams. Vol. 73/74, pp. 63-124.
Siesler, H. W. : Rheo-Optical Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy: Vibrational Spectra and
Mechanical Properties of Polymers. Vol. 65, pp. 1-78.
Silvestri, G., Gambino, S., and Filardo, G. : Electrochemical Production of Initiators for Polymeri-
zation Processes. Vol. 38, pp. 27-54.
Sixl, H.: Spectroscopy of the Intermediate States of the Solid State Polymerization Reaction in
Diacetylene Crystals. Vol. 63, pp. 49-90.
Slichter, W. P. : The Study of High Polymers by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. Vol. 1, pp. 35-74.
Small, P. A. : Long-Chain Branching in Polymers. Vol. 18.
Smets, G. : Block and Graft Copolymers. Vol. 2, pp. 173-220.
Smets, G. : Photochromic Phenomena in the Solid Phase. Vol. 50, pp. 17-44.
Sohma, J. and Sakaguchi, M. : ESR Studies on Polymer Radicals Produced by Mechanical Destruction
and Their Reactivity. Vol. 20. pp. 109-158.
Solaro, R. see Chiellini, E. Vol. 62, pp. 143-170.
Sotobayashi, H. und Springer, J.." Oligomere in verdfinnten L6sungen. Vol. 6, pp. 473-548.
202 Author Index Volumes 1-83
Soutif, J.-C. see Brosse, J.-C. : Vol. 81, pp. 167-224.
Sperati, C. A. and Starkweather, Jr., H. W. : Fluorine-Containing Polymers. II. Polytetrafluoroethy-
lene. Vol. 2, pp. 465-495.
Spiess, H~ I4I.: Deuteron NMR -- A new Toolfor Studying Chain Mobility and Orientation in
Polymers. Vol. 66, pp. 23-58.
Sprunq, M. M. : Recent Progress in Silicone Chemistry. I. Hydrolysis of Reactive Silane Intermediates,
Vol. 2, pp. 442-464.
Stahl, E. and Briiderle, V. : Polymer Analysis by Thermofractography. Vol. 30, pp. 1-88.
Stannett, V. T., Koros, W. J., Paul, D. R., Lonsdale, H. K., and Baker, R. W.: Recent Advances in
Membrane Science and Technology. Vol. 32, pp. 69-121.
Staverman, A. J.." Properties of Phantom Networks and Real Networks. Vol. 44, pp. 73-102.
Stauffer, D., Coni9lio, A. and Adam, M. : Gelation and Critical Phenomena. Vol. 44, pp. 103-158.
Stille, J. K. : Diels-Alder Polymerization. Vol. 3, pp. 48-58.
Stolka, M. and Pai, D. : Polymers with Photoconductive Properties. Vol. 29, pp. 1-45.
Stuhrmann, H. : Resonance Scattering in Macromolecular Structure Research. Vol. 67, pp. 123-164.
Subramanian, R. V. : Electroinitiated Polymerization on Electrodes. Vol. 33, pp. 35-58.
Sumitomo, H. and Hashimoto, K. : Polyamides as Barrier Materials. Vol. 64, pp. 55-84.
Sumitomo, H. and Okada, M. : Ring-Opening Polymerization of Bicyclic Acetals, Oxalactone, and
Oxalactam. Vol. 28, pp. 47-82.
Sze96, L. : Modified Polyethylene Terephthalate Fibers. Vol. 31, pp. 89-131.
Szwarc, M. : Termination of Anionic Polymerization. Vol. 2, pp. 275-306.
Szwarc, M. : The Kinetics and Mechanism of N-carboxy-~-amino-acid Anhydride (NCA) Polymeri-
zation to Poly-amino Acids. Vol. 4, pp. 1-65.
Szwarc, M. : Thermodynamics of Polymerization with Special Emphasis on Living Polymers. Vol. 4,
pp. 457-495.
Szwarc, M. : Living Polymers and Mechanisms of Anionic Polymerization. Vot. 49, pp. 1-175.
Takahashi, A. and Kawaguchi, M. : The Structure of Macromolecutes Adsorbed on Interfaces. Vol. 46,
pp. 1-65.
Takemoto, K. and Inaki, Y.." Synthetic Nucleic Acid Analogs. Preparation and Interactions. Vol. 41,
pp. 1-51.
Tani, H. : stereospecific Polymerization of Aldehydes and Epoxides. Vol. 11, pp. 57-110.
Tate, B. E. : Polymerization of Itaconic Acid and Derivatives. Vol. 5, pp. 214-232.
Tazuke, S. : Photosensitized Charge Transfer Polymerization. Vol. 6, pp. 321-346.
Teramoto, A. and Fujita, H. : Conformation-dependent Properties of Synthetic Polypeptides in the
Helix-Coil Transition Region. Vol. 18, pp. 65-149.
Theocaris, P. S. : The Mesophase and its Influence on the Mechanical Behvior of Composites. Vol. 66,
pp. 149-188.
Thomas, W. M.: Mecham~mus of Acrylonitrile Polymerization. Vol. 2, pp. 401-441.
Tieke, B. : Polymerization of Butadiene and Butadiyne (Diacetylene) Derivatives in Layer Structures.
Vol. 71, pp. 79-152.
Tobolsky, A. V. and DuPrd, D. B. : Macromolecular Relaxation in the Damped Torsional Oscillator
and Statistical Segment Models. Vol. 6, pp. 103-127.
Tosi, C. and Ciampelli, F. : Applications of Infrared Spectroscopy to Ethylene-Propylene Copolymers.
Vol. 12, pp. 87-130.
Tosi, C. : Sequence Distribution in Copolymers: Numerical Tables. Vol. 5, pp. 451-462.
Tran, C. see Yorkgitis, E. M. Vol. 72, pp. 79-I 10.
Tsuchida, E. and Nishide, H. : Polymer-Metal Complexes and Their Catalytic Activity. Vol. 24,
pp. 1-87.
Tsuji, K.: ESR Study of Photodegradation of Polymers. Vol. 12, pp. 131-190.
Tsvetkov, V. and Andreeva, L. : Flow and Electric Birefringence in Rigid-Chain Polymer Solutions.
Vol. 39, pp. 95-207.
Tuzar, Z., Kratochvil, P., and Bohdaneckj~, M. : Dilute Solution Properties of Aliphatic Polyamides.
Vol. 30, pp. 117-159.
Uematsu, I. and Uematsu, Y. : Polypeptide Liquid Crystals. Vol. 59, pp. 37-74.
Author Index Volumes 1-83 203
Valuev, L. 1. see Platr, N. A.: Vol. 79, pp. 95-138.
Valvassori, A. and Sartori, G. : Present Status of the Multicomponent Copolymerization Theory.
Vol. 5, pp. 28-58.
Vidal, A. see Donnet, J. B. Vol. 76, pp. 103-128.
Viovy, J. L. and Monnerie, L. : Fluorescence Anisotropy Technique Using Synchrotron Radiation
as a Powerful Means for Studying the Orientation Correlation Functions of Polymer Chains.
Vol. 67, pp. 99-122.
Voiot-Martin, L : Use of Transmission Electron Microscopy to Obtain Quantitative Information
About Polymers. Vol. 67, pp. 195-218.
Voorn, M. J. : Phase Separation in Polymer Solutions. Vol. 1, pp. 192-233.
Walsh, D. J., Rostami, S.: The Miscibility of High Polymers: The Role of Specific Interactions.
Voi. 70, pp. 119-170.
Ward, L M.: Determination of Molecular Orientation by Spectroscopic Techniques. Vol. 66, pp.
81-116.
Ward, t. M. : The Preparation, Structure and Properties of Ultra-High Modulus Flexible Polymers.
Vol. 70, pp. 1-70.
Weidner, R. see Nuyken, O. : Vol. 73/74, pp. 145-200.
Werber, F. X. : Polymerization of Olefins on Supported Catalysts. Vol. 1, pp. 180-191.
Wichterle, 0., ~ebenda, J., and KrdliSek, J. : The Anionic Polymerization of Caprolactam. Vol. 2,
pp. 578-595.
Wilkes, G. L.. The Measurement of Molecular Orientation in Polymeric Solids. Vol. 8, pp. 91-136.
Wilkes, G. L. see Yorkgitis, E. M. Vol. 72, pp. 79-110.
Williams, G. : Molecular Aspects of Multiple Dielectric Relaxation Processes in Solid Polymers.
Vol. 33, pp. 59-92.
Williams, J. G.: Applications of Linear Fracture Mechanics. Vol. 27, pp. 67-120,
WShrle, D. : Polymere aus Nitrilen. Vol. 10, pp. 35-107.
WShrle, D.." Polymer Square Planar Metal Chelates for Science and Industi'y. Synthesis, Properties
and Applications. Vol. 50, pp. 45-134.
Wolf, B. A. : Zur Thermodynamik der enthalpisch und der entropisch bedingten Entmischung von
Polymerlrsungen. Vol. 10, pp. 109-171.
Woodward, A. E. and Sauer, J. A. : The Dynamic Mechanical Properties of High Polymers at Low
Temperatures. Vol. 1, pp. 114-158.
Wunderlich, B. : Crystallization During Polymerization, Vol. 5, pp. 568~619.
Wunderlich, B. and Baur, H.: Heat Capacities of Linear High Polymers. Vol. 7, pp. 151-368.
Wunderlich, B, and Grebowicz, J. : Thermotropic Mesophases and Mesophase Transitions of Linear,
Flexible Macromolecules. Vol. 60/61, pp. 1-60.
Wrasidlo, IV.: Thermal Analysis of Polymers. Vol. 13, pp. 1-99.
Yamashita, Y. : Random and Black Copolymers by Ring-Opening Polymerization. Vol. 28, pp. 1-46.
Yamazaki, N. : Electrolytically Initiated Polymerization. Vol. 6, pp. 377-400.
Yamazaki, N. and Hi#ashi, F. : New Condensation Polymerizations by Means of Phosphorus Com-
pounds. Vol. 38, pp. 1-25.
Yokoyama, Y. and Hall, H. K.: Ring-Opening Polymerization of Atom-Bridged and Bond-Bridged
Bicyclic Ethers, Acetals and Orthoesters. Vol. 42, pp. 107-138.
Yorkgitis, E. M., Eiss, N. S. Jr., Tran, C., Wilkes, G. L. and McGrath, ,L E.: Siloxane-Modified
Epoxy Resins. Vol. 72, pp. 79-I 10.
Yoshida, H. and Hayashi, K. : Initiation Process of Radiation-induced Ionic Polymerization as
Studied by Electron Spin Resonance. Vol. 6, pp. 401-420.
Young, R. N., Quirk, R. P. and Fetters, L. J.: Anionic Polymerizations of Non-Polar Monomers
Involving Lithium. Vol. 56, pp. 1-90.
Yuki, H. and Hatada, K.: Stereospecific Polymerization of Alpha-Substituted Acrylic Acid Esters.
Vol. 31, pp. 1-45.
204 Author Index Volumes 1-83
Zachmann, H. G.. Das Kristallisations- und Schmelzverhalten hochpolymerer Stoffe. Vol. 3,
pp. 581-687.
Zaikov, G. E. see Aseeva, R. M. Vol. 70, pp. 171-230.
Zakharot,, V. A., Bukatov, G. D., and Yermakov, Y. I. : On the Mechanism of Olifin Polymerization
by Ziegler-Natta Catalysts. Vol. 51, pp. 61-100.
Zambelli, A. and Tosi, C. : Stereochemistry of Propylene Polymerization. Vol. 15, pp. 31~50.
Zucchini, U. and Cecchin, G. : Control of Molecular-Weight Distribution in Polyolefins Synthesized
with Ziegler-Natta Catalytic Systems. Vol. 51, pp. 101-154.
Zweifel, H. see Lohse, F. : Vol. 78, pp. 59-80.
Subject Index
Absorbency 11
Acid casein gels 176
Actin 84, 143-149, 159, 179, 180
Adiabatic compressibility 25
Agarose 79, 80, 101,122-125, 132
Alginate 67, 79, 125-128, 137
Alginic acid 125, 127
Alpha helix 70, 162, 164
Amylopectin 133-135
Amylose 85, 133--135
Antibody-antigen reaction 144, 168
Anticoagulant activity 9
Avrami kinetics 109, 111
Beta sheet 67, 70, 73, 149-151,160, 162, 164
Blood plasma protein 167
Bovine serum albumin 80, 87, 161,164-167
Branching model 76, 176
Bronchial mucus 139
BSA (see Bovine serum albumin)
Calcium-induced aggregation 175
Cascade theory 93, 112, 113, 156, 165, 167, 175
Carrageenan 71, 72, 74, 76, 79, 81,101,115-122,
129, 137
Casein 76, 98, 144, 168-176
CD (see Circular dichroism)
Cellulose 5, 47, 129, 130
-- acetate 6, 7, 15, 18, 21, 24
, hydrolysis 9
-- diacetate 7, 15, 16, 19
-- hydrodynamic properties 12, 13, 29-39, 46,
50, 51
-- nitrate 6, 7, 28, 29, 38
--, solubility in aqueous alkali solution 47
--, thermodynamic properties 23-29
-- triacetate 7, 14, 15, 19, 29
-- tricaproate 29
-- tricaprylate 32
-- tricarbanilate 29
Chemical denaturation 168
Chemical shift 25
Cholesteric liquid crystal 143
Chymosin 169, 173
Chymotrypsin 164
Circular dichroism 66-69, 127, 128, 131, 142,
149, 151, 162
Coil-helix transition (see Disorder-order tran-
sition)
Collagen 107, 109, 181
Coniglio, Stanley, Klein theory 103, 104, 162
Creep 86, 88
Critical gel concentration 95, 122
-- helix concentration 111
-- phenomena 9-13
Cross-linked network 87
Curdlan 137
C* transition 95, 122, 140
Diffusion coefficient 77, 78, 88
Disorder-order transition 101, 105, 118, 136,
143
Doi and Kuzuu theory 106, 159, 179
Domain model 119
Double helix 69, 74, 81,102, 116-124, 134
Draining effect 34-39
-- parameter 35-38
DSC 114
Dynamic light scattering (see Light scattering)
"Egg Box" model 82, 127, 128, 131
Elastomers 63, 90-94
Eldridge-Ferry theory 88, 94, 99, 102, 114
Electron microscopy 80, 128, 146, 148, 161,178,
181
Entanglement network 63, 65, 84-8, 91, 133,
139, 140-144, 146
Enzymic-incluced aggregation 152, 154, 156
Ethylcellulose 28, 29
Ethyl hydroxyethylcellulose 25
Equilibrium modulus 86
Expansion coefficient 23
Failure 90-92, 114, 165
-- envelope 91, 92, 114
"-Functional polycondensation 993, 98, 174, 175
Fibrin 76, 77, 106, 144, 151-159, 182
Fibrinogen 77, 106, 152-159
206 Subject Index
Fibrinoligase 157
Flory-Stockmayer theory 92, 93, 98, 102, 160,
173
Flory's viscosity parameter 30
Forced Rayleigh scattering 79
Fractionation, successive solution 14, 15
--, successive precipitation 14
Fractal (Hausdorf0 dimension 75
Fracture 156
GAG (see Glycosaminoglycan)
Galactomannan 132, 133
Galucturon ic acid, -ate 131
Gastric mucus 138-140
Gelatin 75, 81, 82, 84, 94, 98, 105, 107-114, 116,
157, 159, 182
Gel permeation chromatography 16
Gelatinisation of starch 134, 135
Gellan 137
Gel melting 99, 104, 105
-- point 95, 113, 156, 164, 165
Globular-fibrous transition 149
Globular proteins 74, 75, 81, 100, 122, 159-168
Glucagon 150
[3-D-Glucopyranose 5
Glucuron -ic acid, -ate 131
Glycinin 161
Glycoprotein 138
Glycosaminoglycan 137, 138
Griffith's theory 91
Guluron -ic acid, -ate 125-128
Haemoglobin-S 145, 148, 149, 179
Heat-induced aggregation 149, 175, 176
Helix structure 101, 110, 119, 177
Heparin 10
Hermans' theory 94, 95, 166
Holtzer plot 77, 153, 154
Horse serum albumin 160
Human serum albumin 160
Hyaluronic acid 72, 137, 138, 143
Hydroxyethylcellulose 25, 29
Hydroxypropylcellulose 130
Hyperentanglements 140
Ideal rubber (see Rubber elasticity)
Infra Red/Raman Spectroscopy 69-71,150, 151,
162
Insulin 149, 150, 156, 159
IR (see Infra Red)
Junction zones 65, 69, 94, 96-98, 102, 112-114,
117, 119, 121, 123, 127, 128, 131, 133, 134,
136, 143
Kratky plot 77, 154
Kronigs-Kramer transform 68, 69
LDso 9
Large deformation 82, 90-92, 114, 125, 129, 167
Light microscopy 80, 81
-- scattering 76-80, 117, 125, 126, 146, 152-
155, 176, 181
Limiting viscosity number 5, 29, 30
-- -- --, temperature dependence 32
Liquid crystal 105-107, 130, 142, 144, 177, 178
Loss tangent 86
Low methoxy pectin 130, 131
Lysozyme 164
Macromolecular probes 75
Mannuron -ic acid, -ate 125-128
Mark-Houwink-Sakurada equation 29
Mechanical spectroscopy 85, 104, 114, 141, 143
Membrane osmometry 18, 19
Methylcellulose 25
Microbial exopolysaccharides 136, 142
Michaelis-Menten kinetics 170-172
Miller gels 106, 144, 149
Modulus of gel 93, 94, 96, 97, 112, 113, 121,
122, 128, 129, 133, 135, 140, 146, 149, 156,
158, 166, 173, 174, 176, 178, 179, 181
Molecular weight, number-average 5, 9, 18
-- -- weight-average 17
-- probes 65
Mucus 138-140
Neutron scattering 73-75, 168
Nitrogen content, distribution 9
NMR 71-73,99, 110, 119, 142
NMR 1H- 6, 7, 25
NMR 13C- 6, 7, 49
Oakenfull theory 96-98, 131
Optical rotation 69, 101, 108, 110, 111, 114,
116, 117, 119, 120, 123, 165
-- rotatory dichroism 66-68
ORD (see Optical rotatory dichroism)
Oscillatory shear 83, 146
Osmotic compressibility 78
-- modulus 78
-- scaling hypothesis 96
Ovalbumin 73, 164, 165, 168
Paracasein 170, 171
PBLG 107, 177, 179
Pectin 96, 130-132
Penetration function 23
Peptides and polypeptides 106, 108, 169, 177, 178
Percolation model 98, 174, 175
Persistence length 42~15
-- -- at coil limit 43
-- -- estimated by Benoir-Doty method 43
Subject Index 207
-- -- estimated by Yamakawa-Fujii method 44
-- -- unperturbed 43
Poly(~t-benzyl, L-glutamate) (see PBLG)
Proteoglycan 137, 138
QELS (see Light scattering)
RCT (Rennet coagulation time) 172, 173
Reduced viscosity 108, 111
Relaxation spectrum 89
Rennet 173, 176
Reptation 88, 99
Rheoptical 143
Ribonuclease 164
Rods 65, 105, 106, 123, 148-150, 153, 177-179
Rubber elasticity 65, 90, 91, 93, 100, 129, 135,
165, 173, 179, 183
Sedimentation constant 31
Serum albumin 80, 87, 160-167
Single helix 120
Small deformation 82, 125
Smoluchowski kinetics 76, 170-172, 176
Sodium carboxymethylcellulose 6, 11, 25
-- cellulosesulphate 6, 9
-- cellulo***anthate 25
Sol-gel transition 78, 80, 105, 122, 123
Solvent molecules, number of solvating 28, 29
Spinodal decomposition 79, 106, 125, 149, 178,
179
Starch 133-135
--, gelatinization 134, 135
Stopped flow polarimetry 82, 118, 142
Stress relaxation 88
Stress-strain profile 82, 90, 95, 106
Supramolecular probe 65
Thermally denatured (see Heat denatured)
Thermodynamic properties-ceUulose 23-29
Thermoreversible gels 100, 101, 103, 105, 133,
131
Thrombin 15l
TMV (Tobacco mosaic virus) 179
Tosylation 6
Triple helix 82, 107, 109, 110, 112, 113, 182
Tritylation 6
Tropocollagen 107, 181
Tropomyosin 145, 180
Troponin 145, 180
Trypsin 179
Tube models 99
Unperturbed chain dimension 39-41, 45-47
UV (Ultra Violet) 66, 67
Vapor pressure osmometry 18
Viscoelastic 82-84, 87, 148, 152, 157, 158, 165,
167, 173
Viscometry 112, 126
Weak gel 104, 136, 140, 142, 143
Wormlike chain model 42
X-ray diffraction 73-75, 99, 116, 123, 125, 127,
131,134, 148, 149, 152-154, 160
X-ray scattering 73-75, 147, 152-154, 161
Xanthan 82, 132, 136, 142, 143
XM6 137
Zimm plot 77, 154​
 

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Prof. Anthony Ledwith, Department of Inorganic, Physical and Industrial
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Prof. Seizo Okamura, No. 24, Minamigoshi-Machi Okazaki, Sakyo-Ku.
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Prof. Salvador Olive, Chemical Department, University of California,
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Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109, U.S.A.
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Fable of Contents
Cellulose and Cellulose Derivatives:
Recent Advances in Physical Chemistry
K. Kamide and M. Saito ...............
Structural and Mechanical Properties
of Biopolymer Gels
A. H. Clark and S. B. Ross-Murphy ...........
Author Index Volumes 1-83 ..............
Subject Index ....................
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