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Enzyme-Assisted Photoinitiated Polymerization-Induced Self-Assembly: An Oxygen-Tolerant Method for Preparing Block Copolymer Nano-Objects in Open Vessels and Multiwell Plates

25-Jul-2017 | Jianbo Tan; Dongdong Liu; Yuhao Bai; Chundong Huang; Xueliang Li; Jun He; Qin Xu; Li Zhang, Macromolecules, 2017

High-throughput synthesis of well-defined polymer nano-objects has long been an attractive yet challenging topic in the area of polymer chemistry and material science. Herein, we report an enzyme-assisted photoinitiated polymerization-induced self-assembly (photo-PISA) approach to prepare ...

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Photo and Thermal Cured Silicon‐Containing Diethynylbenzene Fibers via Melt Electrospinning with Enhanced Thermal Stability

19-Jul-2017 | Zhefu Li, Yichun Yuan, Binling Chen, Yong Liu, Jun Nie, Guiping Ma, Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2017

ABSTRACT An inorganic–organic hybrid material, poly(dimethylsilylene ethynylenephenyleneethynylene) (PMSEPE), was synthesized in a mild condition and its microfiber was successfully produced by melt electrospinning. The electrospinning parameters, which affected the morphology and diameter of ...

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High pressure water-initiated Ring Opening Polymerization in the synthesis of well-defined [small alpha]-hydroxy-[small omega]-(carboxylic acid) polycaprolactones

04-Jul-2017 | Andrzej Dzienia; Paulina Ewa Maksym; Magdalena Tarnacka; Iwona Anna Grudzka-Flak; Sylwia Golba; Andrzej Zięba; Kamil ..., Green Chemistry, 2017

Development of green ε-caprolactone (CL) polymerization method is the most important challenge of modern polymer chemistry. Herein, we propose a novel way to produce polyesters of well-defined chemical structure, narrow molecular weight distributions by using combination of high pressure, ...

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Use of N‐methyliminodiacetic acid boronate esters in suzuki‐miyaura cross‐coupling polymerizations of triarylamine and fluorene monomers

03-Jul-2017 | Andrew B. Foster, Viktor Bagutski, Josue I. Ayuso‐Carrillo, Martin J. Humphries, Michael J. Ingleson, Michael L. Turner, Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2017

ABSTRACT Polytriarylamine copolymers can be prepared by Suzuki‐Miyaura cross‐coupling reactions of bis N‐methyliminodiacetic acid (MIDA) boronate ester substituted arylamines with dibromo arenes. The roles of solvent composition, temperature, reaction time, and co‐monomer structure were ...

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Materials, Vol. 10, Pages 693: Biosynthetic PCL-graft-Collagen Bulk Material for Tissue Engineering Applications

23-Jun-2017 | Gentile, Piergiorgio ; McColgan-Bannon, Kegan ; Gianone, Nicolò Ceretto ; Sefat, Farshid ; Dalgarno, Kenneth ; Ferre ..., Materials, 2017

Biosynthetic materials have emerged as one of the most exciting and productive fields in polymer chemistry due to their widespread adoption and potential applications in tissue engineering (TE) research. In this work, we report the synthesis of a poly(ε-caprolactone)-graft-collagen (PCL-g-Coll) ...

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Toward a versatile toolbox for cucurbit[n]uril‐based supramolecular hydrogel networks through in situ polymerization

22-Jun-2017 | Ji Liu, Cindy Soo Yun Tan, Yang Lan, Oren A. Scherman, Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2017

ABSTRACT The success of exploiting cucurbit[n]uril (CB[n])‐based molecular recognition in self‐assembled systems has sparked a tremendous interest in polymer and materials chemistry. In this study, polymerization in the presence of host‐guest complexes is applied as a modular synthetic ...

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Oximes and Hydrazones in Bioconjugation: Mechanism and Catalysis

22-Jun-2017 | Dominik K. Kölmel; Eric T. Kool, Chemical Reviews, 2017

The formation of oximes and hydrazones is employed in numerous scientific fields as a simple and versatile conjugation strategy. This imine-forming reaction is applied in fields as diverse as polymer chemistry, biomaterials and hydrogels, dynamic combinatorial chemistry, organic synthesis, and ...

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Pyrene‐cored covalent organic polymers by thiophene‐based isomers, their gas adsorption, and photophysical properties

08-May-2017 | Changfeng Li, Peixian Li, Linjiang Chen, Michael E. Briggs, Ming Liu, Kai Chen, Xiaoxiao Shi, Deman Han, Shibin Ren, Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2017

ABSTRACT Two new pyrene‐cored covalent organic polymers (COPs), CK‐COP‐1 and CK‐COP‐2, were synthesized via the one‐step polymerization of two thiophene‐based isomers, 1,3,6,8‐tetra(thiophene‐2‐yl) pyrene (L1) and 1,3,6,8‐tetra(thiophene‐3‐yl) pyrene (L2). The resulting pyrene‐cored COPs ...

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The Femtochemistry of a Ferracyclobutadiene

04-May-2017 | Boris Wezisla, Jörg Lindner, Ujjal Das, Alexander C. Filippou, Peter Vöhringer, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2017

Abstract The eminent role of metallacyclobutadienes as catalytic intermediates in organic synthesis and polymer chemistry is widely acknowledged. In contrast, their photochemistry is as yet entirely unexplored. Herein, the photo‐induced primary processes of a ferracyclobutadiene tricarbonyl ...

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Monomer design strategies to create natural product-based polymer materials

22-Mar-2017 | Samantha L. Kristufek; Kevin T. Wacker; Yi-Yun Timothy Tsao; Lu Su; Karen L. Wooley, Natural Product Reports, 2017

Covering: 2010–Aug. 2016In an effort towards enhancing function and sustainability, natural products have become of interest in the field of polymer chemistry. This review details the blending of chemistries developed through synthetic organic chemistry and polymer chemistry. Through synthetic ...

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