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Type: Journal article
Title: Steric effects and competitive intra- and intermolecular host-guest complexation between beta-cyclodextrin and adamantyl substituted poly(acrylate)s in water: a 1H NMR, rheological and preparative study
Author: Guo, X.
Wang, J.
Li, L.
Pham, D.
Clements, P.
Lincoln, S.
May, B.
Chen, Q.
Zheng, L.
Prud'homme, R.
Citation: Journal of Polymer Science Part B-Polymer Physics, 2010; 48(16):1818-1825
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Issue Date: 2010
ISSN: 0887-6266
1099-0488
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Xuhong Guo, Jie Wang, Li Li, Duc-Truc Pham, Philip Clements, Stephen F. Lincoln, Bruce L. May, Qingchuan Chen, Li Zheng and Robert K. Prud'homme
Abstract: A 1H NMR and rheological study of host-guest complexation interactions between three -cyclodextrin and three adamantyl substituted poly(acrylate)s, and also between them and adamantan-1-carboxylate and native -cyclodextrin, respectively, is reported. A close correllation between molecular level interactions and macroscopic characteristics of polymer networks in aqueous solution exists. It is found that intra- and intermolecular host-guest complexation between the host -cyclodextrin and guest adamantyl substituents and the length of the aliphatic tether between them and the poly(acrylate) backbone have important roles. Dominantly, steric effects and competitive intra- and intermolecular host-guest complexation are found to control poly(acrylate) isomeric interstrand linkage in polymer network formation. The preparations of five new 3% randomly substituted poly(acrylate)s are reported.
Keywords: b-cyclodextrin; host-guest complexation; NMR; poly(acrylate); rheology
Rights: © 2010 Wiley Periodicals
RMID: 0020100642
DOI: 10.1002/polb.22052
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