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AGRIPOLY: Carbene-addition onto polyolefines for self-healing polymers"
Finanzierung:
EU - ESF Sachsen-Anhalt ;
 
EUROPÄISCHE UNION - ESF -  Europäischer Sozialfonds
Adaption and self-healing are two major principles in material science, often coupled to the placement of supramolecular moieties within a material. Proper molecular design can enable self-healing within such materials, displaying enormous potential in technology and application. We here study the modification of PBD/PIP polymers by the use of synthetic and biogenic carbenes to effect selfWe here plan to study the modification of PBD/PIP polymers by the use of synthetic and biogenic carbenes. On the one hand the use of the already developed Cu(I)-based carbenes will allow to successfully pursue the generation of PBD/PIP-rubber systems with self-healing properties, as demonstrated by chemical modification (see Figure 2a), mechanical testing and subsequent self-healing tests. aling properties . Already developed Cu(I)-based carbenes will allow to successfully pursue the generation of PBD/PIP-rubber systems with self-healing properties by chemical modification,including mechanical testing and subsequent self-healing tests.
Kontakt
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Binder

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Binder

Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg

Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät II

Institut für Chemie

Von-Danckelmann-Platz 4

06120

Halle (Saale)

Tel.:+49 345 5525930

wolfgang.binder(at)chemie.uni-halle.de

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