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Issue 2, 2012
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Branching out with aminals: microporous organic polymers from difunctional monomers

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Abstract

Microporous organic polymers (MOPs) have been prepared via one-pot polycondensation reactions between aldehydes and amines. Primary amines were reacted with imines to produce porous polymers from A2 + B2 monomer combinations. The resulting networks exhibit BET surface areas in the range 500–600 m2 g−1. This approach opens up the possibility of synthesising MOPs using readily-available and inexpensive precursors.

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Submitted
27 Oct 2011
Accepted
04 Dec 2011
First published
22 Dec 2011

Polym. Chem., 2012,3, 533-537
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Branching out with aminals: microporous organic polymers from difunctional monomers

A. Laybourn, R. Dawson, R. Clowes, J. A. Iggo, A. I. Cooper, Y. Z. Khimyak and D. J. Adams, Polym. Chem., 2012, 3, 533
DOI: 10.1039/C2PY00506A

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