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Macromolecular Engineering by Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization

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Macromolecular Engineering (ME) is a process comprising the rational design of (co)polymers with specific architecture and functionality, followed by precise and efficient polymer synthesis and processing to prepare advanced materials with target properties. Many advanced nanostructured functional materials were recently designed and prepared by atom transfer radical polymerization employing diverse vinyl monomers. Various gradient, block, periodic copolymers, stars, molecular brushes, hybrid materials, and bioconjugates were prepared with high precision. Special emphasis will be on nanostructured multifunctional hybrid materials for applications related to biology, environment, and energy.

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