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Kötteritzsch, J. (author), Hager, M.D. (author), Schubert, U.S. (author), Bose, R.K. (author), Garcia Espallargas, S.J. (author), Van der Zwaag, S. (author)
Because of its thermal reversibility, the retro-Diels-Alder (RDA) reaction represents an appealing possibility to produce self-healing polymers with well-defined architectures and tunable properties [1]. However, the polymer architecture for which the Diels-Alder (DA) reaction can best be used to contribute to the healing process is still not...
conference paper 2013
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Kötteritzsch, J. (author), Hager, M.D. (author), Schubert, U.S. (author), Bose, R.K. (author), Garcia Espallargas, S.J. (author), Van der Zwaag, S. (author)
Because of its thermal reversibility, the retro-Diels-Alder (RDA) reaction represents an appealing possibility to produce self-healing polymers with well-defined architectures and tunable properties [1]. However, the polymer architecture for which the Diels-Alder (DA) reaction can best be used to contribute to the healing process is still not...
conference paper 2013
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Kötteritzsch, J. (author), Hager, M.D. (author), Schubert, U.S. (author)
Self-healing can be achieved in polymer coatings by the incorporation of extrinsic materials, i.e. a healing agent is embedded into the coating (e.g., within capsules). In contrast the polymeric coating itself can feature the ability for healing – for instance if reversible covalent bonds are introduced into the polymer network. The Diels-.Alder...
conference paper 2013