Remote-controlling Imine Exchange Kinetics with Photoswitches to Modulate Self-healing in Polysiloxane Networks by Light

Michael Kathan, Petr Kovaříček, Christoph Jurissek, Antti Senf, Andre Dallmann, Andreas F. Thünemann, Stefan Hecht – 2016

Various aldehyde-containing photoswitches have been developed whose reactivity toward amines can be controlled externally. A thermally stable bifunctional diarylethene, which in its ring-closed form exhibits imine formation accelerated by one order of magnitude, was used as a photoswitchable crosslinker and mixed with a commercially available amino-functionalized polysiloxane to yield a rubbery material with viscoelastic and self-healing properties that can be reversibly tuned by irradiation.

Titel
Remote-controlling Imine Exchange Kinetics with Photoswitches to Modulate Self-healing in Polysiloxane Networks by Light
Verfasser
Michael Kathan, Petr Kovaříček, Christoph Jurissek, Antti Senf, Andre Dallmann, Andreas F. Thünemann, Stefan Hecht
Datum
2016
Kennung
10.1002/anie.201605311
Zitierweise
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2016, 55, 13882-13886
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