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From star‐shaped to dendritic poly(ethylene oxide)s: Toward increasingly branched architectures by anionic polymerization

Abstract : Polymers with dendritic structure are a category of macromolecular architectures that has received considerable attention in the last decade. These polymers, also referred to as dendrimers, exhibit a degree of branching equal to unity. Interest in dendrimers whose branching points are linked to each other by generations of macromolecular size is in contrast quite new. This paper describes a new synthetic strategy which allows access to poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO) with dendritic structure. PEO dendrimers with different degree of compactness have been synthesized upon modifying the size of successive generations
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J.L. Six, Yves Gnanou. From star‐shaped to dendritic poly(ethylene oxide)s: Toward increasingly branched architectures by anionic polymerization. Macromolecular Symposia, 1995, 95, pp.137 - 150. ⟨10.1002/masy.19950950113⟩. ⟨hal-02945717⟩

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