遷移金属触媒によるπ共役系高分子の構造制御合成 [in Japanese] Structure-Controlled Synthesis of π-Conjugated Polymers by Means of Transition-Metal Catalysts [in Japanese]
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Recent progress in structure-controlled synthesis of π-conjugated polymers is described. A particular interest is focused on transition-metal-catalyzed polymerization that enables precise control of molecular weights and stereoregularity of polymers. The topics include: (a) chain-growth polycondensation to afford polythiophene, polyphenylene, and polyfluorene; (b) living ring-opening metathesis polymerization to give poly (phenylenevinylene); (c) polyaddition reactions based on stereoselective hydrosilylation and dimerization of alkynes; (d) stereocontrolled synthesis of poly (arylenevinylene)s (PAVs). The unique photochemical properties of PAVs are described.
GOMU 81(10), 431-437, 2008-10-15
THE SOCIRETY OF RUBBER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGYY, JAPAN