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ADMET and TAD chemistry : a sustainable alliance

Laetitia Vlaminck (UGent) , Kevin De Bruycker (UGent) , Oguz Türünç (UGent) and Filip Du Prez (UGent)
(2016) POLYMER CHEMISTRY. 7(36). p.5655-5663
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A versatile, additive-free post-polymerisation functionalisation method for acyclic diene metathesis (ADMET) derived polymers, utilising 1,2,4-triazoline-3,5-dione (TAD) chemistry, is reported. Several diene monomers have been synthesised starting from 10-undecenoic acid derivatives and subsequently polymerised via ADMET polymerisation reaction. Post-polymerisation functionalisation of the polyunsaturated macromolecules with several substituted TAD compounds was shown to achieve full conversions within 6 hours. Also, the functionalised polymers could be chemically crosslinked with a bivalent triazolinedione crosslinker. The glass transition temperature of the resulting materials could be tuned by varying the degree of functionalisation, the polymer backbone, the TAD substituent and the crosslinking density.
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ACYCLIC DIENE METATHESIS, TRIAZOLINEDIONE CLICK CHEMISTRY, ENE REACTION, THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMERS, RENEWABLE RESOURCES, CASTOR-OIL, RHEOLOGICAL, PROPERTIES, CHEMICAL-REACTIONS, PLANT OIL, POLYMERS

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Vlaminck, Laetitia, Kevin De Bruycker, Oguz Türünç, and Filip Du Prez. 2016. “ADMET and TAD Chemistry : a Sustainable Alliance.” Polymer Chemistry 7 (36): 5655–5663.
APA
Vlaminck, Laetitia, De Bruycker, K., Türünç, O., & Du Prez, F. (2016). ADMET and TAD chemistry : a sustainable alliance. POLYMER CHEMISTRY, 7(36), 5655–5663.
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Vlaminck L, De Bruycker K, Türünç O, Du Prez F. ADMET and TAD chemistry : a sustainable alliance. POLYMER CHEMISTRY. 2016;7(36):5655–63.
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Vlaminck, Laetitia et al. “ADMET and TAD Chemistry : a Sustainable Alliance.” POLYMER CHEMISTRY 7.36 (2016): 5655–5663. Print.
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  abstract     = {A versatile, additive-free post-polymerisation functionalisation method for acyclic diene metathesis (ADMET) derived polymers, utilising 1,2,4-triazoline-3,5-dione (TAD) chemistry, is reported. Several diene monomers have been synthesised starting from 10-undecenoic acid derivatives and subsequently polymerised via ADMET polymerisation reaction. Post-polymerisation functionalisation of the polyunsaturated macromolecules with several substituted TAD compounds was shown to achieve full conversions within 6 hours. Also, the functionalised polymers could be chemically crosslinked with a bivalent triazolinedione crosslinker. The glass transition temperature of the resulting materials could be tuned by varying the degree of functionalisation, the polymer backbone, the TAD substituent and the crosslinking density.},
  author       = {Vlaminck, Laetitia and De Bruycker, Kevin and Türünç, Oguz and Du Prez, Filip},
  issn         = {1759-9954},
  journal      = {POLYMER CHEMISTRY},
  keywords     = {ACYCLIC DIENE METATHESIS,TRIAZOLINEDIONE CLICK CHEMISTRY,ENE REACTION,THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMERS,RENEWABLE RESOURCES,CASTOR-OIL,RHEOLOGICAL,PROPERTIES,CHEMICAL-REACTIONS,PLANT OIL,POLYMERS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {36},
  pages        = {5655--5663},
  title        = {ADMET and TAD chemistry : a sustainable alliance},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c6py01144f},
  volume       = {7},
  year         = {2016},
}

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