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- Scrivens, James H., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Journal of the American Chemical Society 2012 v.134 no.22 pp. 9193-9198
- biocompatible materials; functional properties; nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; polymers; tandem mass spectrometry; topology
- ... Mechanically interlocked polymers can possess significant additional physical properties, in comparison to those associated with their constituent parts. Their unique properties make them attractive for a range of potential applications, such as as biomaterials and molecular machines. Their efficient and reproducible synthesis is therefore of much interest. Both their synthesis and subsequent char ...