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Issue 4, 2007
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Non-covalent polymerassembly using arrays of hydrogen-bonds

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Abstract

Hydrogen-bond-mediated non-covalent polymer synthesis is an emerging area that presents new opportunities for the design of stimuli-responsive materials. Central to this is the ready availability of appropriate building blocks with which to link monomers together. This review discusses recent developments in the design, synthesis and use of arrays of hydrogen-bonds as supramolecular linking units.

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Submitted
31 Aug 2006
Accepted
10 Nov 2006
First published
02 Jan 2007

Soft Matter, 2007,3, 409-425
Article type
Review Article

Non-covalent polymer assembly using arrays of hydrogen-bonds

A. J. Wilson, Soft Matter, 2007, 3, 409
DOI: 10.1039/B612566B

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