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Thermal Behavior, Stability, and Decomposition Mechanism of Poly(N-vinylimidazole)
Homo- and copolymers of N-vinylimidazole belong to a rapidly emerging class of polymeric materials. Because of the fact that these materials can be utilized in several high-temperature processes andExpand
New telechelic polymers and sequential copolymers by polyfunctional initiator‐transfer agents (inifers). II. Synthesis and characterization of α,ω‐di(tert‐chloro)polyisobutylenes
Detailed understanding of the mechanism of initiation and chain transfer in BCl3-coinitiated isobutylene polymerization led to the efficient synthesis of symmetric telechelic polyisobutylenesExpand
Thermally Responsive Amphiphilic Conetworks and Gels Based on Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) and Polyisobutylene
Novel amphiphilic conetworks (APCN) consisting of thermoresponsive poly(N-isoproplyacrylamide) (PNiPAAm) cross-linked by hydrophobic methacrylate-telechelic polyisobutylene (MA-PIB-MA) wereExpand
Online monitoring of silicone network formation by means of in-situ mid-infrared spectroscopy
The ReactIR™ reaction analysis system was used to monitor the crosslinking copolymerization of trimethylsilyl methacrylate with α,ω-methacryloyl-terminated oligo(dimethylsiloxane). CharacteristicExpand
Synthesis, Characterization, and Structural Investigations of Poly(ethyl acrylate)-l-polyisobutylene Bicomponent Conetwork
A new bicomponent conetwork, poly(ethyl acrylate)-linked-polyisobutylene (PEtA-l-PIB), was synthesized by radical copolymerization of equal amounts of telechelic α,ω-dimethacrylic PIB (MA−PIB−MA,Expand
New telechelic polymers and sequential copolymers by polyfunctional initiator-transfer agents (inifers) V. synthesis of α-tert-butyl-ω-isopropenylpolyisobutylene and α,
SummaryPolyisobutylenes carrying one or two terminal isopropenyl unsaturations have been obtained by complete dehydrochlorination of α-tert. -butyl-ω-tert. chloropolyisobutylene and α,Expand
Formation of CdS nanoclusters in phase‐separated poly(2‐hydroxyethyl methacrylate)‐l‐polyisobutylene amphiphilic conetworks
Nanophase-separated poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate)-l-polyisobutylene (PHEMA-l-PIB) amphiphilic conetworks were obtained by crosslinking α,ω-bismethacrylate-terminated polyisobutylene (PIB) viaExpand