Tuesday, 24 May 2005 - 1:30 PM
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This presentation is part of: Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers IV

Hybrid metallic nanoparticle/block copolymer systems

Robert B. Grubbs, Liliana A. Miinea, Laura B. Sessions, David S. Glueck, and Benjamin R. Cohen. Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

Alkyne functional di- and triblock copolymers have been prepared with the aid of nitroxide-mediated radical, atom transfer radical, and radical addition-fragmentation transfer polymerization. Reaction of these polymers with dicobalt octacarbonyl leads to cobalt-containing block copolymers which are of use for the preparation of microphase-separated bulk copolymers in which spatially segregated domains contain either cobalt atoms or cobalt nanoparticles. The utility of these diblock and triblock copolymer-based composites for the preparation of materials with multiple metallic nanoparticle-containing domains will be discussed.

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