SECTION I SYNTHESIS.
1. Polymers with Inherent Microporosity (Neil B. McKeown and Peter M. Budd).
2. Porous Polymers from Self-Assembled Structures (Eric M. Todd and Marc A. Hillmyer).
3. Porogen Incorporation and Phase Inversion (Lei Qian and Haifei Zhang).
4. Colloidal Templating (Neil R. Cameron, Peter Krajnc, and Michael S. Silverstein).
SECTION II CHARACTERIZATION.
5. Surface Area and Porosity Characterization of Porous Polymers (Rolando M. A. Roque-Malherbe).
6. Nondestructive Evaluation of Critical Properties of Thin Porous Films (Mikhail R. Baklanov and Denis Shamiryan).
7. Microscopy Characterization of Porous Polymer Materials (Gregory Meyers, Anand Badami, Steve Rozeveld, Bob Cieslinski, Clifford Todd, Charlie Wood, Deborah Rothe, William Heeschen, and Gary Mitchell).
SECTION III APPLICATIONS.
8. Separation Membranes (Mathias Ulbricht).
9. Biomedical Devices (Yvonne Reinwald, Kevin Shakesheff, and Steven Howdle).
10. High-Performance Microelectronics (Charles T. Black).
11. Polymer-supported Reagents and Catalysts (Jonathan Behrendt and Andrew Sutherland).
12. Templates for Porous Inorganics (Arne Thomas, Jens Weber, and Markus Antonietti).
NEIL R. CAMERON, PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Durham, UK. He has published over ninety articles, book chapters, reviews, and patents, and has given over ninety invited presentations at conferences, symposia, and colloquia.
MARC A. HILLMYER, PhD, is a Distinguished McKnight University Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Minnesota. He has published over 200 articles, organized numerous scientific symposia, and serves as an Associate Editor for the ACS journal Macromolecules.
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