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Multivalent H-bonds For Self-healing Hydrogels.

J. Cui, A. del Campo
Published 2012 · Chemistry, Medicine

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UPy is used as a reversible and dynamic crosslinker to prepare hydrogels that are injectable and undergo rapid self-healing in response to damage.
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