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Hypercrosslinked materials

Fontanals, N. and Marcé, R. M. and Borrull, F. and Cormack, P. A. G. (2016) Hypercrosslinked materials. In: Polymer Science. Polymer Science Book Series . Formatex Research Center, pp. 258-269. ISBN 9788494213489

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    Abstract

    This chapter describes the chemistry of hypercrosslinked materials, and presents a description of their synthesis, defining physico-chemical features and their most important applications. The synthesis section will examine the different monomers, precursor polymers, reagents and synthetic strategies used to prepare hypercrosslinked materials. Each synthesis section also details the chemical and morphological properties of the hypercrosslinked materials and the main field of application.