Authors Voit, B.
Title New Developments in Hyperbranched Polymers
Date 01.09.2000
Number 9401
Abstract In the last 12 years the field of hyperbranched polymers has been well established with a large variety of synthetic approaches and fundamental studies on structure and properties of these unique materials. However, new developments involving hyperbranched materials appeared recently, for example, different synthetic strategies, new reaction mechanisms, formation of more complex architectures, a deeper understanding of the branched structure and their kinetic development, and intensive studies on the material properties and possible applications. This demonstrates the high versatility and the possibilities that are still involved in hyperbranched polymers and render it one of the most active fields in polymer science with a very promising future. © 2000 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. J Polym Sci A: Polym Chem 38: 2505-2525, 2000
Publisher Journal of Polymer Science: Part A: Polymer Chemistry
Wikidata Q29048985
Citation Journal of Polymer Science: Part A: Polymer Chemistry 38 (2000) 2505-2525
Tags hyperbranched polymers dendritic polymers synthesis characterization application condensing vinyl polymerization ring-opening polymerization transfer radical polymerization one-step synthesis molecular-weight distribution one-pot synthesis arborescent gra

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