Continuous flow knitting of a triptycene hypercrosslinked polymer
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By replacing Lewis acids with Brønsted acids as catalysts, continuous flow synthesis of hypercrosslinked polymers is achieved within 10% of the time required for a typical batch reaction. Compared with batch-synthesised polymers, the flow-produced materials take up 24% more CO2, precluding the need for lengthy reaction protocols to yield high-performance hypercrosslinked polymers for carbon capture.
Lau , C H , Lu , T , Sun , S-P , Chen , X , Carta , M & Dawson , D M 2019 , ' Continuous flow knitting of a triptycene hypercrosslinked polymer ' Chemical Communications , vol. 55 , no. 59 , pp. 8571-8574 . https://doi.org/10.1039/C9CC03731D
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DescriptionThe authors are grateful for the support of The University of Edinburgh Chancellor Fellowship Scheme and State Key Laboratory for Membrane Separations, China (NTU-KL17-03).
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