The series ‘Advances in Polymer Science’ presents current trends in polymer and biopolymer science. The series addresses a target audience of scientists at universities and industry who aim to gain a comprehensive and expert overview of current research topics. ‘Advances in Polymer Science’ has a long tradition, in which this series has earned a good reputation in the scientific community.
The latest edition ‘Microwave-assisted Polymer Synthesis’ describes current trends in microwave-assisted synthesis and degradation of polymers and was jointly edited by Richard Hoogenboom (Ghent University), Ulrich S. Schubert (Friedrich Schiller University Jena), and Frank Wiesbrock (PCCL). Researchers from the PCCL are authors of two chapters of this issue.
Martin Fimberger and Frank Wiesbrock: Microwave Assisted Synthesis of Polyesters and Polyamides by Ring-Opening Polymerization
Klaus P. Luef, Richard Hoogenboom, Ulrich S. Schubert, Frank Wiesbrock: Microwave Assisted Cationic Ring-Opening Polymerization of 2-Oxazolines