dendritic polymer


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dendritic polymer

[den¦drid·ik ′päl·ə·mər]
(organic chemistry)
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Miller and his colleagues have made some LEDs out of a different dendritic polymer and are currently preparing to test them.
Boltorn, dendritic polymer polyols as load builders in HR PU foams," Anders Magnusson, Birger Midelf and Bo Haggerman, Perstorp Specialty Chemicals AG; "Free volume determination of polyurethane gels using Positron annihilation technique and the correlation of this volume to physical properties," Victor Sanchez Mendieta, UAEM University, and Suresh N.
However, such differences do not seem to suppress their typical dendritic polymer characteristics (9).
The hybrid system has appropriate biocompatibility and solubility due to the presence of the linear dendritic polymer in physiologic environment, is able to kill cancerous cells due to the presence of doxorubicin anti-cancer drug, is able to quickly pass through the cell walls due to the presence of carbon nanotubes, and can be monitored and directed towards the cancerous tissue due to the presence of iron nanoparticles.
However, actual exploitation of dendritic polymer technology, particularly in more engineering applications, is limited because of difficulties in synthesizing them in large quantities.
DNT's Dendritic Polymer Nanotechnology Offers Wide Range of Applications Across Industrial, Diagnostics and Medical Industries
18 million over the next three years in the new company, which will employ Tomalia's team of dendritic polymer scientists.
Dr Tomalia's team of experienced dendritic polymer scientists will be employed by the new company.
15) An example of the dendritic polymer is the hydroxy-functional Boltorn H60 Dendritic Polymer (from Perstrop).
India) presents an auxiliary textbook discussing conventional polymers based on vegetable oil and an advanced class of dendritic polymers.
Our dendritic polymers reduce VOCs and at the very least maintain UV resistance with the possibility of even increasing it," said Haeggman.
The Newtonian behavior in the melt state is typical of dendritic polymers [37] and it is justified by the absence of entanglement points for such globular structures.