European Polymer Journal
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  • Supplementary Materials: Figure S1 1H NMR of synthesized HBP5050, Figure S2 1H NMR of synthesized HBP4060, Figure S3 1H NMR of synthesized HBP3070, Figure S4 PCS peak output as a function of intensity for HBP4060 in differing pH media, Figure S5 PCS output for HBP4060pegf¬ as a function of intensity, Figure S6 SEC Trace for HBPs HBP3070 (Green) HBP4060 (Blue) HBP5050 (Red), Figure S7 UV-VIS Spectra for HBP and HBP folate conjugates with RAFT agent peak identification, Figure S8 1H NMR of synthesized HBP4060pegf , Table S1 Summarization of Figure S4, Table S2 Summarization of figure S5. E1 Experimental procedures.
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  • Device optimizations for OPVs are described in detail such as the solvent, PCBM, film thickness, additive, so on.
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  • All the kinetic data and 1H and 13C NMR spectra were in this file
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  • 1. Confocal microscope raw data for Fig. 10 in the manuscript. 2. GPC raw data for P(THPAA)-TTC and P(THPAA-b-AA)-TTC. These raw data were treated by Origin Pro 9.2, giving the GPC curves (Fig. 1) 3. NMR raw data for biotin-succinimide (Fig. S3), biotin disulfide (Fig. S4), DDMAT (RAFT agent), THPAA (functional monomer, Fig. S1), PTHPAA120-b-AA200 (macro-RAFT agent, Fig. S1) and PMMA microspheres (Fig. 4). 4. SEM processed data by Image pro 6.0 for particle size statistics, giving size distribution histogram (Fig. 3). 5. UV-VIS raw data for Fig. 8 and Fig. 9. 6. XPS raw data for PMMA microspheres before and after biotin click (Fig. 7)
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  • This file contains the supplementary data for the manuscript titled, "Size Control of Cross-Linked Carboxy-Functionalized Polystyrene Particles: Four Orders of Magnitude of Dimensional Versatility" and includes experimental details, NMR and IR spectra, SEM images, optical images, DLS data, and movies of particles in organic solvents.
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  • AA-BB and AB-type Non-Isocyanate Polyurethanes (NIPUs) were synthesized through a cross metathesis polymerization between methyl carbamate and methyl carbonate groups within AA-BB and AB monomers. These monomers were prepared by reaction of diamines, diols or amino-alcohols with an excess of dimethylcarbonate (DMC), using 1,5,7-triazabicyclo[4.4.0]dec-5-ene (TBD) as catalyst. Due to a slight chain extension, dimethyldicarbonate monomers as well as AB-type monomers contained few carbonate groups, which were present within the final NIPUs. The polymerization was performed in bulk at 200°C, using K2CO3 as catalyst. Except for AB-type monomers obtained from amino-alcohols with 3 and 4 methylene groups, the polymerization was successful leading selectively to the expected NIPUs. These materials exhibited good thermal properties with Tg ranging from -35 to 10°C, Tm ranging from 96 to 256°C and degradation temperature above 200°C. The polyurethane properties were generally intermediate comparing to those of polyurea and polycarbonate analogues prepared in the same conditions.
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  • Characterization data of compounds included in the manuscript.
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  • Suporting information for the paper of the title
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