Controlled/living radical polymerizations enable the synthesis of functional polymers with well-defined compositions and architectures. In this paper, we propose the usage of the ARGET ATRP technique to produce copolymers of MMA and DMAEMA. The feed composition was changed systematically to modulate the final composition of the copolymer. The absence of additional organic solvent (bulk polymerization), the use of low amounts of metal catalyst and the reduction of purification steps are the main advantages with respect to a traditional ATRP.

Composition and Microstructure of Biocompatible and pH-Sensitive Copolymers Prepared by a Free Solvent ARGET ATRP

Mella M.;Izzo L.;
2020

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Controlled/living radical polymerizations enable the synthesis of functional polymers with well-defined compositions and architectures. In this paper, we propose the usage of the ARGET ATRP technique to produce copolymers of MMA and DMAEMA. The feed composition was changed systematically to modulate the final composition of the copolymer. The absence of additional organic solvent (bulk polymerization), the use of low amounts of metal catalyst and the reduction of purification steps are the main advantages with respect to a traditional ATRP.
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