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Dynamic covalent chemistry in polymer networks : a mechanistic perspective

Johan Winne (UGent) , Ludwik Leibler and Filip Du Prez (UGent)
(2019) POLYMER CHEMISTRY. 10(45). p.6091-6108
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The incorporation of dynamic covalent linkages within and between polymer chains brings new properties to classical thermosetting polymer formulations, in particular in terms of thermal responses, processing options and intrinsic recycling abilities. Thus, in recent years, there has been a rapidly growing interest in the design and synthesis of monomers and cross-linkers that can be used as robust but at the same time reactive organic building blocks for dynamic polymer networks. In this perspective, a selection of such chemistries is highlighted, with a particular focus on the reaction mechanisms of molecular network rearrangements, and on how various mechanistic profiles can be related to the mechanical and physicochemical properties of polymer materials, in particular in relation with vitrimers, the recently defined third category of polymer materials. The recent advances in this area are not only expected to help direct promising emerging polymer applications, but also point towards the need for a better fundamental understanding of chemical reactivity within a macromolecular context.
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DIELS-ALDER REACTIONS, ADAPTABLE NETWORKS, THERMOREVERSIBLE GELATION, VISCOELASTIC PROPERTIES, SYSTEMS, CLICK, TRIAZOLINEDIONES, TRANSALKYLATION, REVERSIBILITY, VITRIMERS

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Winne, Johan, et al. “Dynamic Covalent Chemistry in Polymer Networks : A Mechanistic Perspective.” POLYMER CHEMISTRY, vol. 10, no. 45, 2019, pp. 6091–108.
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Winne, J., Leibler, L., & Du Prez, F. (2019). Dynamic covalent chemistry in polymer networks : a mechanistic perspective. POLYMER CHEMISTRY, 10(45), 6091–6108.
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Winne, Johan, Ludwik Leibler, and Filip Du Prez. 2019. “Dynamic Covalent Chemistry in Polymer Networks : A Mechanistic Perspective.” POLYMER CHEMISTRY 10 (45): 6091–6108.
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Winne, Johan, Ludwik Leibler, and Filip Du Prez. 2019. “Dynamic Covalent Chemistry in Polymer Networks : A Mechanistic Perspective.” POLYMER CHEMISTRY 10 (45): 6091–6108.
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Winne J, Leibler L, Du Prez F. Dynamic covalent chemistry in polymer networks : a mechanistic perspective. POLYMER CHEMISTRY. 2019;10(45):6091–108.
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J. Winne, L. Leibler, and F. Du Prez, “Dynamic covalent chemistry in polymer networks : a mechanistic perspective,” POLYMER CHEMISTRY, vol. 10, no. 45, pp. 6091–6108, 2019.
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  abstract     = {The incorporation of dynamic covalent linkages within and between polymer chains brings new properties to classical thermosetting polymer formulations, in particular in terms of thermal responses, processing options and intrinsic recycling abilities. Thus, in recent years, there has been a rapidly growing interest in the design and synthesis of monomers and cross-linkers that can be used as robust but at the same time reactive organic building blocks for dynamic polymer networks. In this perspective, a selection of such chemistries is highlighted, with a particular focus on the reaction mechanisms of molecular network rearrangements, and on how various mechanistic profiles can be related to the mechanical and physicochemical properties of polymer materials, in particular in relation with vitrimers, the recently defined third category of polymer materials. The recent advances in this area are not only expected to help direct promising emerging polymer applications, but also point towards the need for a better fundamental understanding of chemical reactivity within a macromolecular context.},
  author       = {Winne, Johan and Leibler, Ludwik and Du Prez, Filip},
  issn         = {1759-9954},
  journal      = {POLYMER CHEMISTRY},
  keywords     = {DIELS-ALDER REACTIONS,ADAPTABLE NETWORKS,THERMOREVERSIBLE GELATION,VISCOELASTIC PROPERTIES,SYSTEMS,CLICK,TRIAZOLINEDIONES,TRANSALKYLATION,REVERSIBILITY,VITRIMERS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {45},
  pages        = {6091--6108},
  title        = {Dynamic covalent chemistry in polymer networks : a mechanistic perspective},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c9py01260e},
  volume       = {10},
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