Journal of Applied Polymer Science

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ISSN / EISSN : 00218995 / 10974628
Current Publisher: Wiley (10.102)
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Maryam Sadat Kiai, Omer Eroglu, Huseyin Kizil
Published: 14 October 2019
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Journal of Applied Polymer Science; doi:10.1002/app.48606

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Peng Zhao, Wanlu Zhao, Kai Zhang, Hai Lin, Xingdong Zhang
Published: 13 October 2019
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Journal of Applied Polymer Science; doi:10.1002/app.48515

Abstract:Injectable fillers have become a vital part of cosmetology. A wide variety of injectable fillers are developed for either correction of facial wrinkles and folds or facial contouring. As the most popular filler products, polymeric injectable fillers represent a class of the most common implantable medical devices. This review is intended to not only present current filler products, but also share perspectives of future trends, development processes, and regulatory considerations for the next generation of fillers. First, currently approved polymeric injectable fillers are described in detail. Second, future trends of polymeric injectable fillers are discussed. Fillers based on the emerging technologies in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine with stimuli‐responsive or tunable properties, as well as device/drug combination products, are promising candidates. Third, fillers for cosmetology are different from traditionally recognized medical devices. As a result, the target population of such fillers is different from that of other implantable devices, leading to different user needs that impact their development processes. Last, product applications, regulatory requirements, device evaluation, characteristics, and difficulties for regulating filler products for minimally invasive cosmetology are reviewed. Both regulatory science and scientific supervision are needed for polymeric injectable fillers which are facing great opportunities as well as challenges. © 2019 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 2019, 136, 48515.
Yuhao Qi, Guangda Zhu, Junping Zheng
Published: 12 October 2019
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Journal of Applied Polymer Science; doi:10.1002/app.48598

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Md Anwar Jahid, Jinlian Hu, Suman Thakur
Published: 12 October 2019
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Journal of Applied Polymer Science; doi:10.1002/app.48566

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Mohsen Teymouri, Mehrdad Kokabi, Ghazaleh Alamdarnejad
Published: 12 October 2019
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Journal of Applied Polymer Science; doi:10.1002/app.48602

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Sambit Roy, Sayantani Saha, Anaparthi Ganesh Kumar, Arijit Ghorai, Susanta Banerjee
Published: 11 October 2019
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Journal of Applied Polymer Science; doi:10.1002/app.48514

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Ya‐Qiong Huang, Dan‐Dan Dai, Hong‐Bo Li, Lei Sun, James Runt, Kuo‐Shien Huang, Jen‐Taut Yeh
Published: 11 October 2019
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Journal of Applied Polymer Science; doi:10.1002/app.48562

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Alessio Milocco, Nicola Scuor, Vanni Lughi, Gaetano Lamberti, Anna Angela Barba, Rosario DiVittorio, Gabriele Grassi, Andrea Perkan, Mario Grassi, Michela Abrami
Published: 11 October 2019
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Journal of Applied Polymer Science; doi:10.1002/app.48539

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Zheng‐Qing Huang, Zheng‐Fa Cheng
Published: 11 October 2019
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Journal of Applied Polymer Science; doi:10.1002/app.48579

Abstract:Adsorptive membranes with filtration and adsorption functions are one of the best strategies to remove harmful cations from wastewater and drinking water. In view of adsorptive capacity and regeneration cost, the most promising application field of adsorption membrane is the production of drinking water at present. An overview is given about the research progress of adsorptive membranes for removing heavy metal ions from drinking water. The removal mechanism of adsorptive membranes is explained by a schematic representation of electrical double layer. The types of adsorptive membranes are summarized. Future research outlook regarding adsorptive membranes is also discussed in order to promote research and application in drinking water for adsorptive membranes. © 2019 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 2019, 136, 48579.
Dipti Saxena, Narendren Soundararajan, Vimal Katiyar, Dipak Rana, Pralay Maiti
Published: 11 October 2019
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Journal of Applied Polymer Science; doi:10.1002/app.48607

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