dendritic polymer


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dendritic polymer

a polymer containing highly branched molecules.
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Bjornberg, Hakan Claes; Derici, Leo; Haggman, Be Henrik;; Harcup, Jason Peter; Khoshdel, Ezat; Hair Care Compositions Comprising a Dendritic Polymer, United States Patent Application 20080247980, October 9, 2008, Unilever.
Previous studies have also reported Newtonian behavior for dendritic polymer solutions.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers from Lorestan University succeeded in designing a new type of drug delivery system for anti-cancer drugs by using linear dendritic polymers and iron nanoparticles.
The dendritic polymer used were fifth-generation (G-5) Perstrop Hyperbranched polyols.
Having an investment by Dow not only highlights DNT's position as a global leader in nanotechnology and advanced dendritic polymers, but also means opportunities for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology markets," said Robert Berry, chief executive officer, Dendritic NanoTechnologies.
The dendritic polymers attach themselves to the pigments in the ink while also anchoring themselves to the plastic surface.
Dendritic polymers are unique "ball-shape" polymeric substances, whose molecular architecture consists of an initiator core and repeating units with branching and terminal groups.
India) presents an auxiliary textbook discussing conventional polymers based on vegetable oil and an advanced class of dendritic polymers.
Our dendritic polymers reduce VOCs and at the very least maintain UV resistance with the possibility of even increasing it," said Haeggman.
The Newtonian behavior in the melt state is typical of dendritic polymers [37] and it is justified by the absence of entanglement points for such globular structures.
Most dendritic polymers must be prepared in a demanding multi-step synthesis in a classic organic approach, but the randomly cascaded-branched hyperbranched polymers are obtained in a typical polymer approach at the expense of polydispersity with regard to both molecular weight and branching structure.