2001
DOI: 10.1002/pola.10069
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Abstract: Inorganic polymers are relatively unexplored because the efficient formation of macromolecular chains from atoms of transition metals and main group elements has presented a synthetic challenge. Nevertheless, these materials offer exciting opportunities for accessing properties that are significantly different from and which therefore complement those available with the well-established organic systems. Inorganic block copolymers are of particular interest for the generation of functional, nanoscale supramolec… Show more

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“…The development of procedures for a preparation of inorganic-main-chain polymers is of importance for accessing advanced functional materials with potential applications in various practical fields 181,182 . Polyphosphinoboranes, macromolecules of which contain exclusively alternating phosphorus and boron atoms in the backbone, belong to materials that received significant attention in 1950's already, as properties such as flame retardancy and high thermal stability were anticipated for such structures.…”
Section: Phosphine-borane Adductsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The development of procedures for a preparation of inorganic-main-chain polymers is of importance for accessing advanced functional materials with potential applications in various practical fields 181,182 . Polyphosphinoboranes, macromolecules of which contain exclusively alternating phosphorus and boron atoms in the backbone, belong to materials that received significant attention in 1950's already, as properties such as flame retardancy and high thermal stability were anticipated for such structures.…”
Section: Phosphine-borane Adductsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Before attempting the polymerization, a ferrocene-based monomer (15) was synthesized via hydrosilylation of 1,10-bis(dimethylvinylsilyl)ferrocene with excess chlorodimethylsilane in toluene at 50°C in the presence of Karstedt's catalyst [40]. The structure of this monomer was confirmed by 1 H-NMR and 29 Si-NMR spectra. Polymers 16a-d have linear structures, and polymers 16e and 16f have linear-cyclic structures.…”
Section: Ferrocene Polymersmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Manners and co-workers have developed ferrocene polymers with various bridging moieties in the main chains [29], and they found that silicon bridged ferrocene polymers have two redox peaks due to the strong metal-metal interaction [30]. It has been reported that the initial oxidation occurs at alternating iron sites and subsequent oxidation occurs at a higher potential due to the charge repulsion between the iron sites [31].…”
Section: Ferrocene Polymersmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…As the push for miniaturization has largely been driven by the needs of the computer industry for smaller electronic and magnetic materials, much research effort in this direction has been aimed at the incorporation of nanoscale aggregates of metal atoms in the form of nanoparticles, nanowires, and other nanoscale metal clusters into assemblies of block copolymers through the use of block copolymers as templates for the localization of metal species [18][19][20] or as lithographic masks. [21][22][23][24] Strategies for the preparation of such metalpolymer hybrids can be grouped into several general classes (Scheme 1): A number of reviews [18][19][20]26 and monographs 1,5 discussing metal-containing polymers have appeared since early reports of the preparation of these materials. [27][28][29][30] This highlight, therefore, focuses on ligand-functional polymer approaches to metal-block copolymer systems and serves to review recent work in this area, to discuss our own contributions, and to speculate on future research possibilities.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%