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Hyperbranched Polyglycidol On Si/SiO2 Surfaces Via Surface-Initiated Polymerization

Majad Khan, W. Huck
Published 2003 · Chemistry

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We demonstrate a new procedure to synthesize covalently linked hyperbranched polyglycidol brushes on Si/SiO2 surfaces via anionic ring-opening multibranching polymerization of glycidol at 110 °C. Optimization of the polymerization experiments by exploiting reinitiation cycles produced polyglycidol brushes with ellipsometric thickness values of up to 70 nm. 13C NMR spectroscopy analysis of cleaved polymer allowed the elucidation of the structure and degree of branching of the polymer.



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