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A Recyclable and Reusable Supported Cu(I) Catalyzed Azide-alkyne Click Polymerization

Authors Wu, Haiqiang
Li, Hongkun HKUST affiliated (currently or previously)
Kwok, Tsz Kin View this author's profile
Zhao, Engui HKUST affiliated (currently or previously)
Sun, Jingzhi
Qin, An-jun
Tang, Benzhong View this author's profile
Issue Date 2014
Source Scientific Reports , v. 4, May 2014, article number 5107
Summary The azide-alkyne click polymerization (AACP) has emerged as a powerful tool for the synthesis of functional polytriazoles. While, for the Cu(I)-catalyzed AACP, the removal of the catalytic Cu(I) species from the resulting polytriazoles is difficult, and the research on the recyclability and reusability of the catalyst remains intact. Herein, we reported the first example of using recyclable and reusable supported Cu(I) catalyst of CuI@A-21 for the AACP. CuI@A-21 could not only efficiently catalyze the AACP but also be reused for at least 4 cycles. Moreover, pronounced reduction of copper residues in the products was achieved. Apart from being a green and cost-effective polymer synthesis strategy, this method will also broaden the application of AACP in material and biological sciences and provide guidelines for other polymerizations with metal catalysts.
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