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A General Approach to Sequence-Controlled Polymers Using Macrocyclic Ring Opening Metathesis Polymerization.

Gutekunst WR, Hawker CJ - J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2015)

Bottom Line: A new and general strategy for the synthesis of sequence-defined polymers is described that employs relay metathesis to promote the ring opening polymerization of unstrained macrocyclic structures.Central to this approach is the development of a small molecule "polymerization trigger" which when coupled with a diverse range of sequence-defined units allows for the controlled, directional synthesis of sequence controlled polymers.

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Affiliation: †Materials Department, Materials Research Laboratory, University of California, Santa Barbara, California 93106, United States.

ABSTRACT
A new and general strategy for the synthesis of sequence-defined polymers is described that employs relay metathesis to promote the ring opening polymerization of unstrained macrocyclic structures. Central to this approach is the development of a small molecule "polymerization trigger" which when coupled with a diverse range of sequence-defined units allows for the controlled, directional synthesis of sequence controlled polymers.

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A General Approach to Sequence-Controlled Polymers Using Macrocyclic Ring Opening Metathesis Polymerization.

Gutekunst WR, Hawker CJ - J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2015)

Degradation of P-11 withTBD
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Bottom Line: A new and general strategy for the synthesis of sequence-defined polymers is described that employs relay metathesis to promote the ring opening polymerization of unstrained macrocyclic structures.Central to this approach is the development of a small molecule "polymerization trigger" which when coupled with a diverse range of sequence-defined units allows for the controlled, directional synthesis of sequence controlled polymers.

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Affiliation: †Materials Department, Materials Research Laboratory, University of California, Santa Barbara, California 93106, United States.

ABSTRACT
A new and general strategy for the synthesis of sequence-defined polymers is described that employs relay metathesis to promote the ring opening polymerization of unstrained macrocyclic structures. Central to this approach is the development of a small molecule "polymerization trigger" which when coupled with a diverse range of sequence-defined units allows for the controlled, directional synthesis of sequence controlled polymers.

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