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- Nicolau, Samantha E.; Davis, Lundy L.; Duncan, Caroline C.; Olsen, Timothy R.; Alexis, Frank; Whitehead, Daniel C.; Van Horn, Brooke A.
- Journal of polymer science 2015 v.53 no.20 pp. 2421-2430
- X-radiation; biodegradability; composite polymers; computed tomography; differential scanning calorimetry; gel chromatography; hydroxylamine; image analysis; molecular weight; nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; opacity; polymerization; radiography; stoichiometry; thermal properties; thermogravimetry; tin
- ... Since two of the most common technologies for imaging the human body are X‐ray radiography and computed tomography (CT), researchers are focused on developing biodegradable and biocompatible polymeric molecules as an alternative to the traditional small molecule contrast agents. This report highlights the synthesis of novel biodegradable iodinated poly(ε‐caprolactone) copolymers by oxime “Click” l ...
- Lu, Yangtian; Debnath, Dibyendu; Weiss, R. A.; Pugh, Coleen
- Journal of polymer science 2015 v.53 no.20 pp. 2399-2410
- acetonitrile; composite polymers; crosslinking; differential scanning calorimetry; electron transfer; gels; glass transition; polymerization; shear stress; stress relaxation; tetrahydrofuran
- ... (2‐Bromo‐n‐nonan‐1‐oxycarbonyl)ethyl acrylate was synthesized as an inimer for self‐condensing vinyl polymerization (SCVP) to produce hyperbranched poly(n‐nonyl acrylate), either as a homopolymer or as a copolymer with n‐nonyl acrylate. The inimer was homopolymerized and copolymerized by atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP) and activator generated by electron transfer ATRP to produce solubl ...