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Dynamic Macromolecular Material Design ‐ The Versatility of Cyclodextrin Based Host/Guest Chemistry

28-Feb-2017 | Bernhard Schmidt, Christopher Barner-Kowollik, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2017

Dynamic and adaptive materials are powerful constructs in macromolecular and polymer chemistry with a wide array of applications in drug‐delivery, bioactive systems or self‐healing materials. Very frequently dynamic materials featuring non‐covalent interactions driven by supramolecular chemistry ...

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Revised insights into templating radical polymerization within nanoreactors

27-Feb-2017 | Antoine Tardy, Kash A. Bhullar, Dong Q. Lim, Stuart C. Thickett, Per B. Zetterlund, Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2017

ABSTRACT The field of polymer chemistry is currently experiencing major research efforts into development of novel techniques for synthesis of polymers with well‐controlled microstructure. Recently, a new method has been reported [McHale et al., Nat. Chem. 2012, 4, 491–497] whereby high ...

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Poly(p‐phenylene iminoborane): A Boron–Nitrogen Analogue of Poly(p‐phenylene vinylene)

31-Jan-2017 | Thomas Lorenz, Merian Crumbach, Thomas Eckert, Artur Lik, Holger Helten, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2017

Abstract Substitution of selected CC units in π‐conjugated organic frameworks by their isoelectronic and isosteric BN units (BN/CC isosterism) has proven to be a successful concept for the development of BN‐doped polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) with intriguing properties and functions. ...

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The selectivity of protein‐imprinted gels and its relation to protein properties: A computer simulation study

23-Jan-2017 | Rami Yankelov, Irena Yungerman, Simcha Srebnik, Journal of Molecular Recognition, 2017

Abstract Polymer‐based protein recognition systems have enormous potential within clinical and diagnostic fields due to their reusability, biocompatibility, ease of manufacturing, and potential specificity. Imprinted polymer matrices have been extensively studied and applied as a simple ...

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Molecules, Vol. 22, Pages 157: Synthetic Assembly of Mannose Moieties Using Polymer Chemistry and the Biological Evaluation of Its Interaction towards Concanavalin A

18-Jan-2017 | Diwan, Deepti ; Shinkai, Kohei ; Tetsuka, Toshihiro ; Cao, Bin ; Arai, Hidenao ; Koyama, Tetsuo ; Hatano, Ken ; Mats ..., Molecules, 2017

Protein–carbohydrate interactions exhibit myriad intracellular recognition events, so understanding and investigating their specific interaction with high selectivity and strength are of crucial importance. In order to examine the effect of multivalent binding on the specificity of ...

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Improving the Thermal Properties of Poly(2,5‐furandicarboxylate)s Using Cyclohexylene Moieties: A Comparative Study

30-Dec-2016 | Marina Matos, Andreia F. Sousa, Armando J. D. Silvestre, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2016

The search for new polymers from renewable origin is a sparkling field in polymer chemistry, especially those having promising properties, for example, in terms of their thermal performance. In this vein, in this study, an original renewable 2,5‐furandicarboxylic acid‐based cycloaliphatic ...

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Spirocyclic Orthoesters, Orthothioesters and Orthoaminals in the Synthesis and Structural Modification of Natural Products

30-Dec-2016 | Kjell Undheim, Synthesis, 2016

SynthesisDOI: 10.1055/s-0036-1588339 Spirocyclic scaffolds are embedded in several families of natural products. In the spirocyclic structure, the two rings constituting the spirane are linked through a common carbon atom. This review covers families of compounds that have three heteroatoms ...

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Cover Fuel Cells 6/2016

22-Dec-2016 | Fuel Cells, 2016

The cover page, taken from M. Eikerling (DOI: 10.1002/fuce.201690010), depicts the foundations of theoretical electrochemistry to applied fuel cell theory, modeling and simulation, showing a spectrum of sub‐disciplines evolving in the fusion zone. It give an insight on new blends of theoretical ...

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Crystalline Regio-/Stereoregular Glycine-Bearing Polymers from ROMP: Effect of Microstructures on Materials Performances

15-Dec-2016 | Maosheng Li; Fengchao Cui; Yunqi Li; Youhua Tao; Xianhong Wang, Macromolecules, 2016

Synthesis of amino acid or peptide-bearing polymers with controlled microstructures is still a long-going challenge in polymer chemistry in contrast to natural biopolymers with exactly controlled microstructures like proteins and DNA. Here, a series of new glycine-substituted cyclooctenes ...

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2,7‐Octanedione and 2,5‐Dimethyladipic Acid From the Electrochemical Coupling of Biomass‐derived Carboxylic Acids: C8 Platforms for Renewable Polymers and Fuels

22-Nov-2016 | Linglin Wu, Mark Mascal, Thomas Farmer, Sacha Pérocheau Arnaud, Maria Angelica Wong Chang, ChemSusChem, 2016

Electrolysis of biomass‐derived carbonyl compounds is an alternative to condensation chemistry for supplying products with chain length >C6 for biofuel and renewable material production. Kolbe coupling of biomass‐derived levulinic acid gives 2,7‐octanedione, a new platform molecule only two low ...

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