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Bose, R.K. (author), Enke, Marcel (author), Grande, A.M. (author), Zechel, Stefan (author), Schacher, Felix H. (author), Hager, Martin D. (author), Garcia Espallargas, S.J. (author), Schubert, Ulrich S. (author), van der Zwaag, S. (author)
The main aim of this work is to study the respective contribution of the hard and soft blocks of a metal-ligand containing block copolymer to the self-healing behavior. To this aim, different block copolymers containing terpyridine were synthesized using reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT) polymerization. These block...
journal article 2017
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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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Bode, S. (author), Bose, R. (author), Sandmann, B. (author), Hager, M.D. (author), Garcia, S.J. (author), Van der Zwaag, S. (author), Schubert, U.S. (author)
In the last decade several intrinsic self-healing materials have been developed in which the healing mechanism was mainly based on the reversibility of a certain structural element. For this purpose, reversible covalent bonds, e.g., based on the Diels-Alder reaction or weaker non-covalent interactions, e.g., hydrogen bonding, ionic interactions...
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
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Bode, S. (author), Sandmann, B. (author), Hager, M.D. (author), Schubert, U.S. (author)
Metallopolymers represent an interesting class of supramolecular polymers. Their properties can be tuned by the selection of the attached/incorporated ligand as well as the choice of the corresponding metal ion.[1] In this manner, also reversible interactions, i.e. on the one side undirected ionic interactions between positively charged metal...
conference paper 2013
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Bode, S. (author), Bose, R.K. (author), Sandmann, B. (author), Hager, M.D. (author), Garcia Espallargas, S.J. (author), Van der Zwaag, S. (author), Schubert, U.S. (author)
In the last decade several intrinsic self-healing materials have been developed in which the healing mechanism was mainly based on the reversibility of a certain structural element. For this purpose, reversible covalent bonds, e.g., based on the Diels-Alder reaction or weaker non-covalent interactions, e.g., hydrogen bonding, ionic interactions...
conference paper 2013
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