Polymerization of isocyanopeptides. Influence of stereochemistry and catalyst
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Radboud University,, 05 januari 2006
Promotores : Nolte, R.J.M., Rowan, A.E. Co-promotor : Cornelissen, J.J.L.M.
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Physical Organic Chemistry
Physical Organic and Supramolecular Chemistry
SubjectPhysical Organic Chemistry
Polyisocyanopeptides are formed by the polymerization of monomeric species that consist of a peptide that is functionalized on the N-terminus with an isocyanide functionality: so-called isocyanopeptides. The helical polyisocyanopeptides have highly interesting properties and their conformation is stabilized by the presence of an extended hydrogen bonded network between the peptide side chains. This thesis describes the systematic investigation of the influence of the stereochemistry of the isocyanopeptide and the nature of the catalyst on the polymerization reaction as well as on the properties of the resulting polymers.
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