Reversible Releasing of Arms from Star Morphology Polymers
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Reversible thermally induced arm release from a star polymer morphology was prepared which consists of furanic functional core and maleimide functional arm which are attached or detached via Diels-Alder (DA) reversible reactions. This approach allows the reversible bonding and deboncling at 35-40 degrees C (DA) and 90-100 degrees C (retro-DA). The covalent reversibility of this process consists of 7 cycles of the DA and retro-DA reactions. (C) 2008 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Urban, M. W.
(2009). Reversible Releasing of Arms from Star Morphology Polymers. Polymer, 50(1), 33-36.
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