Polymers with well-defined end groups via RAFT - synthesis, applications and postmodification
Barner, Leonie & Perrier, Sebastien (2008) Polymers with well-defined end groups via RAFT - synthesis, applications and postmodification. In Barner-Kowollik, Christopher (Ed.) Handbook of RAFT Polymerization. WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim, Germany, pp. 455-482.
The control over the chain-end functionality of a polymeric chain produced by controlled/‘living’ radical polymerization is inherent to the mechanism of the re- action. Indeed, the ﬁnal product contains a majority of polymeric chains showing an ω-functional end group which is used to control the molecular weight growth. The growth of the molecular weight can be mediated either via the reversible homolytic cleavage of the covalent bond between the terminal carbon and the chain-end group (e.g. halogen for transition-metal-mediated living radical poly- merization/atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP), nitroxide for nitroxide- mediated polymerization (NMP)) or via the degenerative transfer of chain-end groups between propagating radicals and dormant species (e.g. thiocarbonylthio groups for reversible addition–fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT)). Furthermore, α-functional end groups can also be introduced via the initiator/mediator of the polymerization, for example, halogen alkyls (ATRP), alkyl nitroxides (NMP) or dithioesters (RAFT)...
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