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Novel polymer synthesis methodologies using combinations of thermally- and photochemically-induced nitroxide mediated polymerization

Abstract : The combination of thermally-and photochemically-induced polymerization using light sensitive alkoxy-amines was investigated. The thermally driven polymerizations were performed via the cleavage of the alkoxyamine functionality, whereas the photochemically-induced polymerizations were carried out either by nitroxide mediated photo-polymerization (NMP2) or by a classical type II mechanism, depending on the structure of the light-sensitive alkoxyamine employed. Once the potential of the various structures as initiators of thermally-and photo-induced polymerizations was established, their use in combination for block copolymer syntheses was investigated. With each alkoxyamine investigated, block copolymers were successfully obtained and the system was applied to the post-modification of polymer coatings for application in patterning and photografting.
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Jason Morris, Sofia Telitel, Kathryn E. Fairfull-Smith, Steven E. Bottle, Jacques Lalevee, et al.. Novel polymer synthesis methodologies using combinations of thermally- and photochemically-induced nitroxide mediated polymerization. Polymer Chemistry, Royal Society of Chemistry - RSC, 2015, 6 (5), pp.754--763. ⟨10.1039/c4py01270d⟩. ⟨hal-01460638⟩

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