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Characterization of the Slow Molecular Dynamics of Poly(l‐Lactic Acid) in α and α′ Phases, in a Glassy State, and in a Complex with Poly(d‐Lactic Acid) by Solid‐State NMR

19-Jan-2018 | Wei Chen, Wenxuan Zhou, Yuta Makita, Shijun Wang, Shichen Yuan, Takashi Konishi, Toshikazu Miyoshi, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2018

Abstract Recently, slow molecular dynamics of poly(l‐lactic acid) (PLLA) by using 1D and 2D exchange NMR are investigated. In this work, slow molecular dynamics of PLLA chains in the α′, a stereocomplex (SC) with poly(d‐lactic acid), and glassy states are investigated in terms of ...

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Macromol. Chem. Phys. 2/2018

19-Jan-2018 | Xiaobei Huang, Dezhong Zhou, Sigen A, Yongsheng Gao, Xi Wang, Xiaolin Li, Qian Xu, Udo Greiser, Guangfu Yin, Wenxin Wang, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2018

Back Cover: By a combination of Cu(0)‐ and Cu(II)‐mediated homopolymerization of multivinyl monomers (MVMs) and thiol‐ene click chemistry, amphiphilic multifunctional star polymers with high arm numbers are prepared by using single‐chain cyclized/knotted nanoparticle (SCKPs) as the core. ...

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Macromol. Chem. Phys. 2/2018

19-Jan-2018 | Xiaobei Huang, Dezhong Zhou, Sigen A, Yongsheng Gao, Xi Wang, Xiaolin Li, Qian Xu, Udo Greiser, Guangfu Yin, Wenxin Wang, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2018

Back Cover: By a combination of Cu(0)‐ and Cu(II)‐mediated homopolymerization of multivinyl monomers (MVMs) and thiol‐ene click chemistry, amphiphilic multifunctional star polymers with high arm numbers are prepared by using single‐chain cyclized/knotted nanoparticle (SCKPs) as the core. ...

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Macromol. Chem. Phys. 2/2018

19-Jan-2018 | Balazs Imre, Hubert Gojzewski, Casey Check, Richard Chartoff, G. Julius Vancso, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2018

Front Cover: Atomic force microscopy topography (1 × 1 μm) and modulus map (125 × 125 nm) images reveal the rod‐like morphology of hard domains in polycaprolactone‐based segmented polyurethanes. The corresponding structural model shows these domains as parallel stacks of hard segments embedded ...

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Protein/Polysaccharide‐Based Hydrogels Prepared by Vapor‐Induced Phase Separation

19-Jan-2018 | Chang‐Sheng Wang, Nick Virgilio, Paula M. Wood‐Adams, Marie‐Claude Heuzey, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2018

Abstract The preparation of hydrogels via vapor‐induced phase separation (VIPS) has received limited attention. VIPS consists of exposing a solution containing a gelling agent to a vapor that induces gelation via mass transfer at the gas/liquid interface. Using mixtures of gelatin B and ...

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A Novel Approach to Increase the Stability of Liposomal Containers via In Prep Coating by Poly[N‐(2‐Hydroxypropyl)Methacrylamide] with Covalently Attached Cholesterol Groups

19-Jan-2018 | Olga V. Zaborova, Sergey K. Filippov, Petr Chytil, Lubomir Kováčik, Karel Ulbrich, Alexander A. Yaroslavov, Tomaš Etrych, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2018

Abstract Highly stable liposomes are developed by coating phosphatidylcholine liposomes with amphiphilic N‐(2‐hydroxypropyl)methacrylamide copolymer. Two approaches in the preparation of coated liposomes are employed: the copolymer is added during (“in prep”) or after (“ex post”) the liposome ...

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Liquid‐Phase Exfoliation of Hexagonal Boron Nitride into Boron Nitride Nanosheets in Common Organic Solvents with Hyperbranched Polyethylene as Stabilizer

17-Jan-2018 | Huijian Ye, Tiemei Lu, Chunfeng Xu, Bo Han, Nan Meng, Lixin Xu, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2018

Abstract Large‐scale production of boron nitride nanosheets (BNNSs) is of significant importance for their various applications. Herein, a facile strategy is well demonstrated for BNNS fabrication via liquid‐phase exfoliation of bulk hexagonal boron nitride (h‐BN) in common organic solvents ...

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Gain Properties and Distributed Feedback Laser Performance of 7F6/Poly(Styrene) Blend Films: Potential Core Material for Plastic Optical Fiber Expanding the Bandwidth to Visible Region

17-Jan-2018 | Kang Zhang, Qi Zhang, Haoran Zhang, Jianping Shen, Qiaoli Niu, Ruidong Xia, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2018

Abstract Optical gain properties of blue emission oligomer 7‐unit 9,9‐dihexylfluorene (7F6) and its blends with polystyrene (PS) are reported. 7F6 demonstrates high photoluminescence quantum yield (65%), low amplified spontaneous emission threshold (EthASE = 0.6 kW cm−2), high gain coefficient ...

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Research on the Preparation of Polycaprolactone Porous Films with Decoration of Protein Arrays via the Emulsion‐Based Breath Figure Method

17-Jan-2018 | Lingyun Ding, Wei Sun, Yuanlai Ju, Pengcheng Cui, Siyu Wang, Junjie Huang, Wanrong Zhou, Jiafeng Zhu, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2018

Abstract A facile method to fabricate honeycomb‐patterned biocompatible polycaprolactone (PCL) films with cavities that are selectively decorated with protein by one‐step method is developed in this study. To carry out this method, proteins carried in water are dispersed into chloroform ...

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Mesoporous Poly(divinylbenzene) Fibers Based On Crosslinked Nanoparticles

17-Jan-2018 | Julia Migenda, Sebastian Werner, Rüdiger Ellinghaus, Bernd M. Smarsly, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2018

Abstract Poly(divinylbenzene) (PDVB) nanofibers are synthesized by electrospinning dispersions of PDVB nanoparticles (diameter 40–90 nm) derived by miniemulsion polymerization. Interparticle crosslinking is achieved by addition of a radical starter after electrospinning endowing the fibers ...

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