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Record number 65680
Title Side-chain liquid-crystalline poly(ketone)s : effect of spacer length, mesogen type and mesogen density on mesomorphic behavior
Author(s) Nieuwhof, R.P.; Marcelis, A.T.M.; Sudhölter, E.J.R.; Wursche, R.; Rieger, B.
Source Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 201 (2000)17. - ISSN 1022-1352 - p. 2484 - 2492.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1002/1521-3935(20001101)201:17<2484::AID-MACP2484>3.0.CO;2-X
Department(s) Organic Chemistry
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2000
Abstract Novel side-chain liquid-crystalline copolymers (SCLCPs) were synthesized via the Pd(II) catalyzed alternating copolymerization of mesogenic 1-alkenes and carbon monoxide. For methoxybiphenyl mesogens, these copolymers exhibited highly ordered smectic E mesophases and high glass transition temperatures. The transition temperatures of these polymers were tuned by altering the spacer length or by dilution of mesogen-containing alkenes with 1-hexene. Polymers with cyanobiphenyl or methoxyazobenzene mesogens exhibited nematic mesophases. These polymers were the first ever nitrogen containing copolymers of this type. Increase of the spacer length or the 1-hexene content of methoxybiphenyl-containing copolymers resulted in a decrease of the surface polarity of spincoated films. The decomposition temperature of these SCLCPs started far above the isotropization temperature of the polymers.
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