Data underlying the paper: Temporally programmed polymer-solvent interactions using a chemical reaction network
The data underlines the paper: Temporally programmed polymer-solvent interactions using a chemical reaction network. In this work a new modular chemical reaction network (CRN) was developed, which enables reversible formation of positive charges on a tertiary amine substrate, which are removed using nucleophilic signals that control the deactivation kinetics. The modular nature of the CRN enables incorporation in diverse polymer materials, leading to a temporally programmed transition from collapsed and hydrophobic to solvated, hydrophilic polymer chains by controlling polymer-solvent interactions. Depending on the layout of the CRN, we can create stimuli-responsive or autonomously responding materials.
- 2022-09-26 first online, published, posted
- European Research Council (ERC Consolidator Grant Nr. 726381)
- Signal Transduction in Organic Materials (grant code 726381) [more info...] European Research Council