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    Rapid Synthesis of Well-Defined Polyacrylamide

    Herein, we report the synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide (both homo and block copolymers) via aqueous copper(0)-mediated reversible-deactivation radical polymerization (Cu(0)-RDRP), exploiting the in situ disproportionation of Cu(I)Br in the presence of Me6Tren to yield insoluble Cu(0) and Cu(II)Br2 which acts as a deactivator. Careful

  • rapid synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide

    Rapid Synthesis of Well-Defined Polyacrylamide

    Herein, we report the synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide (both homo and block copolymers) via aqueous copper(0)-mediated reversible-deactivation radical polymerization (Cu(0)-RDRP), exploiting the in situ disproportionation of Cu(I)Br in the presence of Me 6

  • rapid synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide by aqueous

    Rapid synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide by aqueous

    Supporting Information Rapid synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide by aqueous Cu(0)-mediated reversible-deactivation polymerization Glen R. Jones, a Zaidong Li, Athina Anastasaki,a,b Danielle Lloyd, a Paul Wilson,a,b Qiang Zhang, David M. Haddleton *a,b a University of Warwick, Chemistry Department, Library road, CV4 7AL, Coventry, United

  • rapid synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide

    Rapid Synthesis of Well-Defined Polyacrylamide

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  • thermoresponsive viscosity of polyacrylamide block

    Thermoresponsive viscosity of polyacrylamide block

    Herein, we report the rapid synthesis of well-defined higher molecular weight (M n ∼ 30 k) PNiPAM-b-PHEAAm block copolymers through Cu-RDRP in aqueous media, utilizing the pre-disproportionation of Cu(I)Br in the presence of Me 6 Tren. The versatility of the technique allowed for the design of the block ratio, with each block comprising up to

  • rapid synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide

    Rapid Synthesis of Well-Defined Polyacrylamide

    Herein, we report the synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide (both homo and block copolymers) via aqueous copper(0)-mediated reversible-deactivation radical polymerization (Cu(0)-RDRP), exploiting the in situ disproportionation of Cu(I)Br in the presence of Me 6

  • thermoresponsive viscosity of polyacrylamide block

    Thermoresponsive viscosity of polyacrylamide block

    Herein, we report the rapid synthesis of well-defined higher molecular weight (M n ∼ 30 k) PNiPAM-b-PHEAAm block copolymers through Cu-RDRP in aqueous media, utilizing the pre-disproportionation of Cu(I)Br in the presence of Me 6 Tren. The versatility of the technique allowed for the design of the block ratio, with each block comprising up to

  • rapid synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide

    Rapid Synthesis of Well-Defined Polyacrylamide

    Atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP) of acrylamide (AM) has proved challenging, typically exhibiting low conversions and broad molecular weight distributions (MWDs). Herein, we report the synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide (both homo and block copolymers) via aqueous copper(0)-mediated reversible-deactivation radical polymerization (Cu(0)-RDRP), exploiting the in situ

  • rapid synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide

    Rapid Synthesis of Well-Defined Polyacrylamide

    Herein, we report the synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide (both homo and block copolymers) via aqueous copper(0)-mediated reversible-deactivation radical polymerization (Cu(0)-RDRP), exploiting the in situ disproportionation of Cu(I)Br in the presence of Me 6

  • rapid synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide

    Rapid synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide

    Atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP) of acrylamide (AM) has proved challenging, typically exhibiting low conversions and broad molecular weight distributions (MWDs). Herein, we report the synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide (both homo and block copolymers) via aqueous copper(0)-mediated reversible-deactivation radical polymerization (Cu(0)-RDRP), exploiting the in situ

  • rapid synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide

    Rapid synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide

    Herein, we report the synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide (both homo and block copolymers) via aqueous copper(0)-mediated reversible-deactivation radical polymerization (Cu(0)-RDRP), exploiting the in situ disproportionation of Cu(I)Br in the presence of Me6Tren to yield insoluble Cu(0) and Cu(II)Br2 which acts as a deactivator. Careful

  • rapid synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide

    Rapid Synthesis of Well-Defined Polyacrylamide

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  • polyacrylamide synthesis dolomite microfluidics

    Polyacrylamide Synthesis Dolomite Microfluidics

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    warwick.ac.uk/lib-publications

    polyacrylamide by ATRP using a chloride initiator and tetramethylethylenediamine (TMEDA) as ligand.26,27 Low dispersity polyacrylamides (Đ = 1.19−1.57) were obtained in aqueous and mixed aqueous media; however, similar to Jewrajka and Mandal’s work, monomer conversion was found to be low, less than 20% in most cases, even after long reaction

  • synthesis of high molecular weight polyacrylamide

    Synthesis of high molecular weight polyacrylamide

    The radiation‐induced polymerization of acrylamide was studied to prepare a high molecular weight and highly effective polyacrylamide flocculant. Among various solvents, mixtures of water–tert‐butyl alcohol and water–acetone were found to be suitable for the synthesis of the high molecular weight polyacrylamide. For polymerization in

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    Ultra-High Molecular Weights via Aqueous Reversible

    Although advances in living polymerizations, especially reversible-deactivation radical polymerization (RDRP), have enabled the design of well-defined polymers with controlled molecular weights and architectures, most methods enable control only up to modest molecular weights, despite the need for new robust materials. An ability to target

  • conditions for facile, controlled raft polymerization

    Conditions for Facile, Controlled RAFT Polymerization

    Rapid Synthesis of Well-Defined Polyacrylamide by Aqueous Cu(0)-Mediated Reversible-Deactivation Radical Polymerization Glen R. Jones,Zaidong Li,Athina Anastasaki,Danielle J. Lloyd,Paul Wilson,Qiang Zhang,and David M. Haddleton

  • rapid visible light-mediated controlled aqueous

    Rapid Visible Light-Mediated Controlled Aqueous

    Request PDF Rapid Visible Light-Mediated Controlled Aqueous Polymerization with In Situ Monitoring We report a simple procedure for rapid, visible light-mediated, controlled radical

  • polymers free full-text synthesis of zwitterionic

    Polymers Free Full-Text Synthesis of Zwitterionic

    [2-(Methacryloyloxy)ethyl]dimethyl-(3-sulfopropyl)ammonium hydroxide (SBMA) is a well-studied sulfobetaine-methacrylate as its zwitterionic structure allows the synthesis of polymers with attractive properties like antifouling and anti-polyelectrolyte behavior. In the present work, we report the Cu0-mediated living radical polymerization (Cu0-mediated LRP) of SBMA in sodium nitrate aqueous

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    Aqueous Copper-Mediated Living Radical

    The polymerisation of N-acryloylmorpholine in water is reported utilising Cu(0)-mediated living radical polymerisation (SET-LRP). The inherent instability of [Cu I (Me 6-Tren)Br] in aqueous solution is exploited via rapid disproportionation to prepare Cu(0) particles and [Cu II (Me 6-Tren)Br 2] in situ

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    Preparation of carboxyl‐end‐group polyacrylamide with

    In both cases, carboxyl‐end‐group polyacrylamide was obtained with lower polydispersity ranging from 1.03 to 1.44 depending on the polymerization condition. Polymerization kinetics showed that the polymerizations proceeded with a living/controlled nature and accelerated at a higher temperature. The effect of pH in the reaction system on the

  • thermoresponsive viscosity of polyacrylamide block

    Thermoresponsive viscosity of polyacrylamide block

    Thermoresponsive viscosity of polyacrylamide block copolymers synthesised via aqueous Cu-RDRP. Author links open overlay panel Fehaid Alsubaie a b Evelina Liarou a Vasiliki Nikolaou a c Fehaid Alsubaie a b Evelina Liarou a Vasiliki Nikolaou a c

  • single-step rapid microwave-assisted synthesis

    Single-step rapid microwave-assisted synthesis

    Single-step rapid microwave-assisted synthesis of polyacrylamide-calcium phosphate nanocomposites in aqueous solution Article in Materials Letters 63(15):1332-1334 ·

  • polyacrylamide gel: an efficient tool for easy synthesis

    Polyacrylamide gel: an efficient tool for easy synthesis

    The polyacrylamide gel makes the citrate process easier and more rapid. The chemical homogeneity of the powders, usually high for the citrate process, may be improved by the steric effect of the organic gel. The process, routinely used for hundreds of preparations is illustrated by the synthesis of four compounds as examples.

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    Well-defined 3-Aminopropyltriethoxysilane functionalized

    Polyacrylamide (PAM) and its and avoids unwanted aggregation during surface modification by APTES which is of vital importance in the synthesis of well-defined APTES-MNPs. Fig. 3(c) shows the hydrodynamic diameter distribution of both MNPs and APTES-MNPs aqueous dispersions measured by dynamic light scattering (DLS). It can be seen that the APTES-MNPs are unimodal dispersed in aqueous

  • synthesis of cationic polyacrylamide by aqueous

    Synthesis of cationic polyacrylamide by aqueous

    Herein, we report the synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide (both homo and block copolymers) via aqueous copper(0)mediated reversible-deactivation radical polymerization (Cu(0)RDRP), exploiting

  • synthesis of zwitterionic polymer by set-lrp at room

    Synthesis of Zwitterionic Polymer by SET-LRP at Room

    Synthesis of Zwitterionic Polymer by SET-LRP at Room Temperature in Aqueous . Article in Journal of Polymer Science Part A Polymer Chemistry 49(2):432 440 · January 2011 with 21 Reads How we

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    Rapid Synthesis of Superabsorbent Smart-Swelling

    This study evaluated the effect of solubilized and dispersed bacterial cellulose (BC) on the physicochemical characteristics and drug release profile of hydrogels synthesized using biopolymers. Superabsorbent hydrogels were synthesized by graft polymerization of acrylamide on BC solubilized in an NaOH/urea solvent system and on dispersed BC by using <i>N</i>,<i>N′</i

  • publications haddleton group polymer synthesis

    Publications Haddleton Group Polymer Synthesis

    9. Rapid Synthesis of Well-Defined Polyacrylamide by Aqueous Cu (0)-Mediated Reversible-Deactivation Radical Polymerization, Glen R Jones, Zaidong Li, Athina Anastasaki, Danielle J Lloyd, Paul Wilson, Qiang Zhang, David M Haddleton, Macromolecules, 2016, 49 (2), pp 483–489. 8.

  • synthesis and characterization of acrylamide-based

    Synthesis and Characterization of Acrylamide-Based

    The functional amide group in polyacrylamide is hydrolyzed at 80–90°C . The polymer solution must be stable in harsh conditions of salinity and temperature. Acrylamide-based polymers suffer from some deficiencies such as their rapid hydrolysis, facile thermal degradation, and undesirable properties. To overcome these problems, some vinyl

  • aqueous copper-mediated living polymerization:

    Aqueous Copper-Mediated Living Polymerization:

    Rapid Synthesis of Well-Defined Polyacrylamide by Aqueous Cu(0)-Mediated Reversible-Deactivation Radical Polymerization Glen R. Jones,Zaidong Li,Athina Anastasaki,Danielle J. Lloyd,Paul Wilson,Qiang Zhang,and David M. Haddleton

  • synthesis and characterization of various block copolymers

    Synthesis and characterization of various block copolymers

    2019-04-23· Jones GR, Li Z, Anastasaki A, Lloyd DJ, Wilson P, Zhang Q, Haddleton DM (2016) Rapid synthesis of well-defined polyacrylamide by aqueous Cu(0)-mediated reversible-deactivation radical polymerization. Macromolecules 49:483–489.

  • the use of electrostatic association for rapid raft

    The use of electrostatic association for rapid RAFT

    Aqueous synthesis of a well-defined polyion or polyelectrolyte via reversible degenerative radical polymerisation (RDRP) in dilute solution at or below room temperature is increasingly imperative for emerging biological applications, such as in situ grafting of polyelectrolytes onto heat-sensitive proteins and DNA/RNA. However, the polymerisation generally suffers from a time-consuming and

  • synthesis and aggregation of double hydrophilic diblock

    Synthesis and Aggregation of Double Hydrophilic Diblock

    One-pot block copolymerization was achieved upon addition of a solution of N-isopropylacrylamide (NIPAm) or diethylene glycol ethyl ether acrylate (DEGEEA) forming thermoresponsive double hydrophilic diblock glycopolymers which revealed self-assembly properties in aqueous solution forming well-defined, sugar-decorated nanoparticles.

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    Aqueous Copper(II) Photoinduced Polymerization

    Photoinduced metal-mediated radical polymerization is a rapidly developing technique which allows for the synthesis of macromolecules with defined molecular weight and narrow molecular weight distributions, although typically exhibiting significant limitations in aqueous media. Herein we demonstrate that the presence of alkali metal halide salts, in conjunction with low copper concentration

  • toward rapid aqueous raft polymerization of primary

    Toward rapid aqueous RAFT polymerization of primary

    We report the rapid and well-controlled aqueous RAFT polymerization of primary amine functional monomer under visible light irradiation at 25 °C. N-(2-aminoethyl)methacrylamide hydrochloride (AEMA) and N-(6-aminohexyl)methacrylamide hydrochloride (AHMA) were

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