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Publication Citation: Molecularly Dispersed Dendrimers in a Polymeric Matrix

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Author(s): Barry J. Bauer; T J. Prosa; D W. Liu; C L. Jackson; D A. Tomalia; Eric J. Amis;
Title: Molecularly Dispersed Dendrimers in a Polymeric Matrix
Published: March 01, 1999
Abstract: Interpenetrating polymer networks are formed by dissolving poly(amidoamine) dendrimers in 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate and polymerizing with dendrimer contents between 1 and 25 mass % containing dendrimers from generation 6 through 11. Small angle x-ray scattering shows that they are uniformly dispersed in the polymer matrix. At loadings of 10% or more, the dendrimers shrink in size, but remain dispersed. Transmission electron microscopy confirms that the dendrimers are well dispersed.
Conference: Polymer Preprints
Volume: 40(1)
Dates: March 21-25, 1999
Keywords: dendrimer,IPN,nanoscopic,PAMAM,radius of gyration,SAXS,TEM
Research Areas: Polymers
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