Hyperbranched Polyesteramides for Imaging Applications
Abstract:Hyperbranched polymer are highly branched molecules with properties which are very different from conventional linear polymers. A compact, flexible shape and a large number of reactive end groups lead to special rheological and interfacial behavior. Structure and properties of DSM's HYBRANE hyperbranched polyesteramides can be tailored for many applications in the imaging area, as is illustrated by a number of examples.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2001-01-01
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