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Vol. 31 No. 5
September-October 2009

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Molecular Order and Mobility in Polymer Systems
Tatiana Birshtein (ed.)
Macromolecular Symposia, Vol. 278, April 2009
doi:10.1002/masy.200990006

The main aim of this symposium was to discuss complex stimuli-responsive polymer systems that have nano-structure organization and a ‘‘soft’’ order that preserves a pronounced molecular mobility. Leading scientists in polymer physics from all over the world presented experimental data and the results of theory and simulation. The area receiving the most attention was equilibrium properties of polymer systems.

This issue contains the work from invited speakers. The majority of the contributions are devoted to the systems which contain topologically complicated macromolecules with different functional groups, this resulting in a variety of interactions and possibilities of nanostructure formation. With exception of two last papers, publications are devoted to the investigation of equilibrium characteristics of the systems under consideration.


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