Ring-Opening Polymerization

Several ring-structured monomers such as ethylene oxide, propylene oxide, glycidol, lactide,
caprolactone, glycolide,  di-n-allyl cyclopropane-1,1-dicarboxylate, etc, have been utilized to
make numerous polymer products, interestingly in our lab, almost all of which were produced
through the procedures of anionic ring-opening polymerization.  

Depending the structure of initiator, the synthesized polymer could be linear or star-shaped (or
say three armed, four or more armed), while a dendrimer structure can be generated by using
glycidol. When two or more monomers are used, the resulting copolymer could be random or
block structured. Furthermore, most of polymers synthesized in this category are terminated
with hydroxyl groups, from which many types of end functional polymers can be derived. Owing
to these combinations, the diversity of our product portfolio has been growing continually.
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Polymer Crosslinkers
Biodegradable Crosslinkers
Amphiphilic Polymers
Anionic Polymerization
Ring-Opening Polymerization
Free Radical Polymerization
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