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Nature Chemistry volume 2, pages 164165 (2010) | Download Citation

Monomers that contain masked ketene groups provide new opportunities for facile crosslinking and post-synthetic modification of polymers in a wide variety of materials applications.

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  1. Steve Rimmer is in the Polymer Centre, Department of Chemistry at the University of Sheffield, Sheffield, S3 7HF, UK.  s.rimmer@sheffield.ac.uk

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