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Issue 59, 2019
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Continuous flow knitting of a triptycene hypercrosslinked polymer

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Abstract

By replacing Lewis acids with Brønsted acids as catalysts, continuous flow synthesis of hypercrosslinked polymers is achieved within 10% of the time required for a typical batch reaction. Compared with batch-synthesised polymers, the flow-produced materials take up 24% more CO2, precluding the need for lengthy reaction protocols to yield high-performance hypercrosslinked polymers for carbon capture.

Graphical abstract: Continuous flow knitting of a triptycene hypercrosslinked polymer

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Submitted
14 May 2019
Accepted
27 Jun 2019
First published
27 Jun 2019

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2019,55, 8571-8574
Article type
Communication

Continuous flow knitting of a triptycene hypercrosslinked polymer

C. H. Lau, T. Lu, S. Sun, X. Chen, M. Carta and D. M. Dawson, Chem. Commun., 2019, 55, 8571
DOI: 10.1039/C9CC03731D

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