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Title Microparicle-supported conjugated polyelectrolyte brushes prepared by surface-initiated kumada catalyst transfer polycondensation for sensor applications
Date 13.12.2010
Number 26242
Abstract A 'grafting-from' approach to synthesize microparticle-supported conjugated polyelectrolyte brushes is presented. Poly(3-bromohexylthiophene) is selectively grown from monodisperse organosilica microparticles by surface-initiated Kumada catalyst-transfer polycondensation (SI-KCTP) and then ionizable amino groups are introduced by a two-step polymer analogous transformation. Optical properties of the resulting microparticle-supported conjugated polyelectrolyte brushes were found to be dependent on the surrounding chemical environment and thus the particles are promising materials for sensor applications.
Publisher Macromolecular Rapid Communications
Identifier
Citation Macromolecular Rapid Communications 31 (2010) 2146-2150
DOI https://doi.org/10.1002/marc.201000411
Authors Tkachov, R. ; Senkovsky, V. ; Oertel, U. ; Synytska, A. ; Horechyy, A. ; Kiriy, A.
Tags catalyst-transfer polycondensation conjugated polymers fluorescence polyelectrolytes polymer brush sensors chain-growth polymerization molecular wire approach hydrogen-peroxide polymers polythiophene assays poly(3-alkylthiophenes) chemosensors polyfluoren

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