Issue 2, 2006

Novel multi end-functionalised polymers. Additives to modify polymer properties at surfaces and interfaces

Abstract

Fr├ęchet-type poly(arylether) dendrons with up to eight trifluoromethyl peripheral groups have been used as initiators in the copper mediated living radical polymerisation of d8-styrene, the surface adsorption behaviour and resulting properties of these polymers in blends have been investigated by ion beam analysis and contact angle measurements.

Graphical abstract: Novel multi end-functionalised polymers. Additives to modify polymer properties at surfaces and interfaces

Article information

Article type
Communication
Submitted
21 Nov 2005
Accepted
05 Dec 2005
First published
13 Dec 2005

Soft Matter, 2006,2, 126-128

Novel multi end-functionalised polymers. Additives to modify polymer properties at surfaces and interfaces

A. Pillay Narrainen, L. R. Hutchings, I. A. Ansari, N. Clarke and R. L. Thompson, Soft Matter, 2006, 2, 126 DOI: 10.1039/B516439G

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