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Epoxy Resin-Inspired Reconfigurable Supramolecular Networks

Balkenende, Diederik W. R.; Olson, Rebecca A.; Balog, Sandor; Weder, Christoph; Montero de Espinosa, Lucas;
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  • Published: 21 Feb 2020 Journal: Macromolecules, volume 49, issue 20, pages 7,877-7,885
With the goal to push the mechanical properties of reconfigurable supra­mo­le­cu­lar polymers towards those of thermo­set resins, we prepared and in­ves­ti­ga­ted a new family of hydrogen-bonded polymer net­works that are assemb­led from isophthalic acid-terminated oligo(bis­phe­­nol A-<em>co</em>-epi­chloro­hydrin) and different bipyri­dines. These materials display high sto­rage moduli of up to 3.9 GPa, can be dis­assemb­led upon heating to form melts with a viscosity of as low as 2.1 Pa·s, and fully reassemble upon cooling. We show that the new poly­mers can readily be reconfigured, re-processed or recycled and that the reversible (dis) assembly makes them us...
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