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Issue 17, 2018
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Functionalized chalcogenide hybrid inorganic/organic polymers (CHIPs) via inverse vulcanization of elemental sulfur and vinylanilines

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Abstract

In this report, a new class of functional chalcogenide hybrid inorganic/organic polymers (CHIPs) bearing free aryl amine groups that are amenable to post-polymerization modifications were synthesized. These functional CHIPs were synthesized via the inverse vulcanization of elemental sulfur with 4-vinylaniline without the need for functional group protection of amines. This polymer is the first example of a polysulfide or CHIP material to carry a useful primary amine functional group which can be successfully post functionalized with acid chlorides and isocyanates to improve the mechanical properties.

Graphical abstract: Functionalized chalcogenide hybrid inorganic/organic polymers (CHIPs) via inverse vulcanization of elemental sulfur and vinylanilines

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Submitted
15 Feb 2018
Accepted
26 Mar 2018
First published
27 Mar 2018

Polym. Chem., 2018,9, 2290-2294
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Functionalized chalcogenide hybrid inorganic/organic polymers (CHIPs) via inverse vulcanization of elemental sulfur and vinylanilines

Y. Zhang, T. S. Kleine, K. J. Carothers, D. D. Phan, R. S. Glass, M. E. Mackay, K. Char and J. Pyun, Polym. Chem., 2018, 9, 2290
DOI: 10.1039/C8PY00270C

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