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Structural Reorganization And Crack-healing Properties Of Hydrogels Based On Dynamic Diselenide Linkages
H. Xu, N. Suzuki, Akira Takahashi, Tomoyuki Ohishi, Raita Goseki, X. Xie, H. Otsuka
Published 2020 · Materials Science, Medicine
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ABSTRACT We report the dynamic behavior of diselenide-containing hydrophilic polyurethanes and hydrogels based on diselenide exchange reactions in an aqueous media. Diselenide-containing linear and cross-linked polyurethanes were synthesized via polyaddition reactions using diselenide-containing diol in combination with pyridinium diol that enhances the hydrophilicity of the polymer chains. The obtained linear polyurethanes underwent photo-induced diselenide exchange reactions with small diselenide compounds and degraded to smaller fragments, confirming the dynamicity of the obtained hydrophilic polyurethanes. The prepared hydrogels displayed characteristic large swelling behavior based on the structural reorganization through diselenide exchange either under photo-irradiation at 365 nm or even in the dark at room temperature. The diselenide-containing hydrogels also showed crack-healing behavior under the same exchanging conditions, presenting the utility of diselenide linkages as simple and useful units to offer high dynamicity to hydrogels.
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