Quantity or Quality: Are Self-Healing Polymers and Elastomers Always Tougher with More Hydrogen Bonds?

@inproceedings{Cummings2020QuantityOQ,
  title={Quantity or Quality: Are Self-Healing Polymers and Elastomers Always Tougher with More Hydrogen Bonds?},
  author={Sean C. Cummings and Obediah Dodo and Alexander C. Hull and Borui Zhang and Camryn P. Myers and Jessica L. Sparks and Dominik Konkolewicz},
  year={2020}
}
Polymer materials containing dynamic bonds have many potential applications including adhesives, elastomers, and coatings with long lifetimes. Interpenetrated networks (IPNs) were studied, where on... 
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