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Title Conjugated polyelectrolyte brushes prepared via surface-initiated kumada catalyst-transfer polycondensation
Date 01.09.2011
Number 29275
Abstract A “grafting-from” approach to synthesize microparticle-supported conjugated polyelectrolyte brushes is presented. Poly(3-bromohexylthiophene) was selectively grown from monodisperse organosilica microparticles via surface-initiated Kumada catalyst-transfer polycondensation and then ionizable amino groups were introduced by a two-step polymer analogous transformation. Optical properties of the resulting microparticle-supported conjugated polyelectrolyte brushes were found to be dependent on surrounding chemical environment and thus the particles are promising material for sensor applications.
Publisher Polymer Preprints
Identifier
Citation Polymer Preprints 52 (2011) 932-933
DOI http://abstracts.acs.org/chem/242nm/program/view.php?obj_id=89315
Authors Senkovsky, V. ; Tkachov, R. ; Horecha, M. ; Kiriy, A.
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