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Transformation of rigid metal-organic frameworks into flexible gel networks and vice versa

14-Jul-2015 | José Juan Marrero-Tellado; David Diaz, CrystEngComm, 2015

Understanding and controlling phase transformations is a timely subject of investigation because they are essential for the fabrication of high-performance materials with applications in energy, sensors, biomedical, and information-related technologies. Such transformations at the nanoscale arise ...

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Creation of Novel Solid-Solution Alloy Nanoparticles on the Basis of Density-of-States Engineering by Interelement Fusion

20-May-2015 | Hirokazu Kobayashi; Kohei Kusada; Hiroshi Kitagawa, Accounts of Chemical Research, 2015

ConspectusCurrently 118 known elements are represented in the periodic table. Of these 118 elements, only about 80 elements are stable, nonradioactive, and widely available for our society. From the viewpoint of the “elements strategy”, we need to make full use of the 80 elements to bring out ...

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Materials, Vol. 8, Pages 2258-2275: Low-Pressure H2, NH3 Microwave Plasma Treatment of Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Powders: Chemical, Thermal and Wettability Analysis

28-Apr-2015 | Hunke, Harald ; Soin, Navneet ; Shah, Tahir H.; Kramer, Erich ; Pascual, Alfons ; Karuna, Mallampalli Sri Lakshmi; S ..., Materials, 2015

Functionalization of Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) powders of ~6 μm particle size is carried out using low-pressure 2.45 GHz H2, NH3 microwave plasmas for various durations (2.5, 10 h) to chemically modify their surface and alter their surface energy. The X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) ...

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Copy, Edit, and Paste: Natural Product Approaches to Biomaterials and Neuroengineering

26-Feb-2015 | Karl Gademann, Accounts of Chemical Research, 2015

ConspectusProgress in the chemical sciences has formed the world we live in, both on a macroscopic and on a nanoscopic scale. The last century witnessed the development of high performance materials that interact with humans on many layers, from clothing to construction, from media to medical ...

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Semiconducting Polymers Containing Tellurium: Perspectives Toward Obtaining High-Performance Materials

24-Dec-2014 | Elisa I. Carrera; Dwight S. Seferos, Macromolecules, 2014

The development of high-carbon-content polymers for optoelectronics is an area of intense research; however, carbon-rich materials have certain limitations that arise from their composition. Some of these limitations can be overcome by the judicious incorporation of heavier elements which do not ...

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Coarse-Grained Modeling of Peptidic/PDMS Triblock Morphology

14-Nov-2014 | J. Casey Johnson; LaShanda T. J. Korley; Mesfin Tsige, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2014

The morphology and chain packing structures in block copolymers strongly impact their mechanical response; therefore, to design and develop high performance materials that utilize block copolymers, it is imperative to have an understanding of their self-assembly behavior. In this research, we ...

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High performance materials based on a self‐assembled multiple‐percolated ternary blend

10-May-2014 | Sepehr Ravati, Christine Beaulieu, Ali M. Zolali, Basil D. Favis, AIChE Journal, 2014

Abstract In this study it will be shown that morphologically tailored tri‐continuous ternary blends, comprising polybutylene succinate (PBS), polylactic acid (PLA) and poly (butylene adipate‐co‐terephthalate)(PBAT), can generate new materials with excellent properties. Detailed morphological ...

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Facile Preparation of Dibenzoheterocycle-Functional Nanoporous Polymeric Networks with High Gas Uptake Capacities

02-May-2014 | Shaofei Wu; Yao Liu; Guipeng Yu; Jianguo Guan; Chunyue Pan; Yong Du; Xiang Xiong; Zhonggang Wang, Macromolecules, 2014

A consolidated ionothermal strategy was developed for the polymerization of thermally unstable nitriles to construct high performance materials with permanent porosity, and carbazole, dibenzofuran, and dibenzothiophene were separately introduced into covalent triazine-based networks to ...

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Ultrathin Hybrid Films of Polyoxohydroxy Clusters and Proteins: Layer-by-Layer Assembly and Their Optical and Mechanical Properties

01-May-2014 | You-Xian Yan; Hong-Bin Yao; Scott E. Smart; Li-Bo Mao; Wei Hu; Shaotang Yuan; Laurence Du-Thumm; James G. Masters; S ..., Langmuir, 2014

The hierarchical assembly of inorganic and organic building blocks is an efficient strategy to produce high-performance materials which has been demonstrated in various biomaterials. Here, we report a layer-by-layer (LBL) assembly method to fabricate ultrathin hybrid films from nanometer-scale ...

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Synthesis and characterization of highly fluorinated poly(phthalazinone ether)s based on AB‐type monomers

22-Apr-2014 | Xiuhua Li, Yan Gao, Qiang Long, Allan S. Hay, Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2014

ABSTRACT Four different fluorinated methyl‐ and phenyl‐substituted 4‐(4‐hydroxyphenyl)‐2‐(pentafluorophenyl)‐phthalazin‐1(2H)‐ones, AB‐type phthalazinone monomers, have been successfully synthesized by nucleophilic addition–elimination reactions of methyl‐ and phenyl‐substituted ...

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