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Hyperbranched Polymers By Abn Polycondensations

H. Kricheldorf
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Hyperbranched (hb), a term coined by Kim and Webster, means a tree-like type of branching. This type of branching is an invention of the evolution, which is present in many plants and animals in the form of amylopectin and glycogen, respectively. A tree-like architecture, where the “a” end group is a formal analogy to the root end of the tree, is not the only kind of architecture. Cyclization involving the only “a” group which exists in a hb polymer converts the tree-shaped into a sun-shaped architecture.
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