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Bottlebrush Networks: A Primer for Advanced Architectures

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Research by Brandon R. Clarke*, Connor L. Witt*, Mark Ilton, Alfred J. Crosby*, James J. Watkins* and Gregory N. Tew* was recently published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition. Bottlebrush networks (BBNs) are an exciting new class of materials with interesting physical properties derived from their unique architecture. While great strides have been made in our fundamental understanding of bottlebrush polymers and networks, an interdisciplinary approach is necessary for the field to accelerate advancements. This perspective aims to act as a primer to BBN chemistry and physics for both new and current members of the community. We further developed a desktop application (LengthScale) which enables bottlebrush physics to be more approachable


May 7, 2024