Post-polymerization functionalization of net-poly(MA-11-2-11-MA)-co-(MA-11-C≡C) on silica wool
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Two-dimensional polymers with versatile functionalities via gemini monomers
Sci Adv, Nov 22, 2019; DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aaw9120

Silica wool (5.0 mg) was coated with net-poly(MA-11-2-11-MA)-co-(MA-11-C≡C) by copolymerization in 5.0-ml solution of MA-11-2-11-MA (5.0 mM), MA-11-C≡C (0.50 mM), and ACVA (0.25 mM). After the copolymerization at 65°C for 5 hours, the silica wool was rinsed with DI water and immersed in 5.0-ml solution of RhB-EO4-N3 [or Fls-EO4-N3, Pyr-EO4-N3, (1.0 mM), and CuSO4 (0.10 mM)] in a test tube under nitrogen atmosphere. A solution of sodium ascorbate (100 μl, 10 mM, degassed) was injected into the test tube, and the reaction was kept in the dark for 24 hours at room temperature. The produced silica wool was rinsed with DI water to wash off the floating color.

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