Conjugated poly-p-phenylene (PPP) from poly(m-cyclohexadiene) (PCHD) homo- and block copolymers: controlled processability and properties

J. Mays, K. Hong, Y. Wang, R. C. Advincula

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Conjugated polymers have been used as solid-state materials for a variety of opto-electronic applications. Thus, their processability in a number of device fabrication protocols is an important consideration. In this report, we indicate our results on the synthesis of conjugated poly-p-phenylene (PPP) materials derived from poly(1,3-cyclohexadiene) (PCHD). The precursor PCHD polymers were synthesized by living anionic polymerization to produce homoand block copolymer configurations with polystyrene. We have used a variety of initiators, solvent, and temperature conditions to determine the right parameters for obtaining narrow MWD polymers. The conditions for polymerization determined the ratio of 1,2 and 1,4 isomers in the microstructure. We then proceeded with conversion to PPP derivatives using a dehydrogenation reaction with chloranil. Our results indicate a systematic conversion to a conjugated polymer with increased solubility and photoluminescence properties. The microstructure, MW and block copolymer composition affecting the processability and conversion properties dramatically.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)189-194
Number of pages6
JournalMaterials Research Society Symposium - Proceedings
Volume561
Publication statusPublished - 1999
Externally publishedYes

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Conjugated polymers
block copolymers
Block copolymers
Polymers
Chloranil
Microstructure
Living polymerization
Anionic polymerization
Polystyrenes
polymers
Dehydrogenation
Isomers
copolymers
Photoluminescence
polymerization
Solubility
Polymerization
Derivatives
Fabrication
microstructure

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Conjugated poly-p-phenylene (PPP) from poly(m-cyclohexadiene) (PCHD) homo- and block copolymers : controlled processability and properties. / Mays, J.; Hong, K.; Wang, Y.; Advincula, R. C.

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