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Chemistry - Polymer Science | Silicon Containing Copolymers

Silicon Containing Copolymers

Amiri, Sahar, Semsarzadeh, Mohammad Ali, Amiri, Sanam

2014, X, 53 p. 38 illus., 17 illus. in color.

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  • New polyrotaxane based on PDMS
  • New method for synthesis of new block copolymers
  • New application for PDMS based copolymers as thermoreversible block copolymers
Silicones have unique properties including thermal oxidative stability, low temperature flow, high compressibility, low surface tension, hydrophobicity and electric properties. These special properties have encouraged the exploration of alternative synthetic routes of well defined controlled microstructures of silicone copolymers, the subject of this Springer Brief. The authors explore the synthesis and characterization of notable block copolymers. Recent advances in controlled radical polymerization techniques leading to the facile synthesis of well-defined silicon based thermo reversible block copolymers are described along with atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP), a technique utilized to develop well-defined functional thermo reversible block copolymers. The brief also focuses on Polyrotaxanes and their great potential as stimulus-responsive materials which produce poly (dimethyl siloxane) (PDMS) based thermo reversible block copolymers.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Block Copolymers - Cobalt Mediated Radical Polymerization - Cyclodextrins Copolymers - Poly(dimethyl siloxane), PDMS - Thermoreversible Block Copolymers

Related subjects » Catalysis - Nanotechnology - Organic Chemistry - Polymer Science

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