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|SPIRO COMPOUNDS - The invention relates to spiro compounds of the formula (I) and to monolithic materials prepared therefrom by twin ring-opening polymerisation which consist of a porous metal oxide or semimetal oxide framework and are suitable for use as catalyst supports or as supports for active compounds.
|POROUS MONOLITHIC MATERIALS - The invention relates to monolithic materials which consist of porous, preferably highly porous, carbon and are suitable, inter alia, for the storage of gases, such as, for example, hydrogen and methane, and for absorptive and adsorptive gas purification.
|NOVEL INITIATION METHOD FOR POLYMERIZING (METH)ACRYLATES - The invention relates to a novel polymerization method for (meth)acrylates, wherein the polymerization is initiated by isocyanates and special bases having an imine structure. By means of said novel method that can be deliberately employed, even high-molecular-weight poly(meth)acrylates having in part a narrow molecular weight distribution can be produced. Furthermore, a wide variety of polymer architectures, such as block, star or comb polymers, are available using said novel polymerization method.
|PARTICULATE POROUS CARBON MATERIAL AND USE THEREOF IN LITHIUM CELLS - The present invention relates to a novel particulate porous carbon material containing a carbon phase and at least one pore phase, and to the use of such materials in lithium cells, especially lithium-sulfur cells. The carbon phase forms, with the pore phase, essentially unordered co-continuous phase domains, such that the distance between adjacent domains of the pore phase is not more than 50 nm. The invention also relates to a process for producing such carbon materials and to composite materials comprising elemental sulfur and at least one inventive particulate porous carbon material.
|CONTROLLED, IMINE BASE-INITIATED POLYMERIZATION - The present invention relates to an innovative polymerization technique for (meth)acrylates or styrenes, in which a special base with imine structure is added as a latent initiator, and the polymerization can be initiated without adding a coinitiator, at high temperatures. With this new and selectively employable technique it is also possible to produce high molecular weight poly(meth)acrylates having in some cases narrow molecular weight distribution. Furthermore, employing this new polymerization technique, a wide variety of different polymer architectures is available, such as block, star, or comb polymers.
|NOVEL INITIATION PROCESS FOR POLYMERIZATION WITH ACTIVATION USING IONIC LIQUIDS - The present invention relates to an innovative polymerization technique for (meth)acrylates and styrenes, in which the polymerization is initiated by isocyanates and special bases with imine structure and is activated/accelerated by addition of ionic liquids. With this new technique, which can be employed selectively, it is also possible to produce high molecular weight poly(meth)acrylates with in some cases narrow molecular weight distribution.
|GRAFTING OR CROSSLINKING OF UNSATURATED POLYOLEFINS BY BASE/ISOCYANATE INITIATION - The present invention relates to a novel type of grafting or crosslinking method for (meth)acrylates in which the reaction is initiated by isocyanates and specific bases having an imine structure. Using this novel and specifically applicable method, polymers, particularly polyolefins having double bonds, may be grafted or crosslinked in a suitable reaction procedure.
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|Polymer laminar composite having improved layer adhesion - The present invention provides a polymer laminar composite including a first layer and a second layer at least partially in contact with the first layer. The first layer includes a polyurethane polymer which is the reaction product of a polyisocyanate A) and/or a polyisocyanate prepolymer B) with an at least difunctional, isocyanate-group-reactive compound C) and a monomeric, monofunctional aromatic alcohol. The second layer includes polymeric thiophene of the formula (I), substituted at the 3 and/or 4 position:
|METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS - The present invention relates to a process for producing a nanocomposite material from
|POLYMER-FUNCTIONALIZED CARBON NANOTUBE, PROCESS FOR ITS PRODUCTION AND USE - The invention describes novel polymer-functionalized carbon nanotubes. These comprise a carbon nanotube, a first polymer that is adsorbed on the outer surface of a carbon nanotube and comprises amino groups, and a second polymer covalently bonded to the first polymer. The bond between the second polymer and the first polymer is formed by the reaction of amino groups from the first polymer with groups from the second polymer that are reactive with respect to amino groups. The invention further relates to a method for the production thereof, wherein carbon nanotubes are provided in an aqueous solution of a first polymer comprising amino groups and then a solution of a second polymer comprising groups that are reactive with respect to amino groups is added. The invention also relates to the use of the carbon nanotubes in dispersions, polymers and surface coatings.
|METHOD FOR SEPARATING SUBSTANCE MIXTURES BY MEANS OF MULTIPHASE POLYMER FILMS - The present invention relates to a process for separating substance mixtures by means of a nonporous polymer film which has
|PROCESS FOR PRODUCING COMPOSITE MATERIALS - The present invention relates to a process for producing composite materials formed from
|PROCESS FOR PRODUCING COMPOSITE MATERIALS - The present invention relates to a process for producing a composite material composed of at least one inorganic or organometallic phase and one organic polymer phase with aromatic or heteroaromatic structural units, wherein homo- or copolymerization of the monomers of the formula I is performed in the presence of a base selected from organic nitrogen bases and inorganic or organic oxo bases and fluoride salts.