Recent Progress in Polymer Coatings

A special issue of Polymers (ISSN 2073-4360). This special issue belongs to the section "Polymer Processing and Engineering".

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Enikolopov Institute of Synthetic Polymeric Materials of Russian Academy of Sciences (ISPM RAS), 117393 Moscow, Russia
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Until now, topical issues on marine fouling have been associated with the coating of ship hulls; cooling pipes of engine cooling systems; and constructions with marine plankton, mollusks, and algae. Another important problem is the fight against the bacterial and fungal growth of various medical devices, which causes the spread of hospital infections. In addition, the issue of combating corrosion of metal structures and reinforced concrete structures is always relevant.

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Ultramicroporous Polyphenylenes via Diels–Alder Polycondensation Approach
by Svetlana A. Sorokina, Nina V. Kuchkina, Alexander V. Mikhalchenko, Irina Yu. Krasnova, Dmitry A. Khanin, Kirill M. Skupov and Zinaida B. Shifrina
Polymers 2023, 15(9), 2060; https://doi.org/10.3390/polym15092060 - 26 Apr 2023
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Development of new microporous organic polymers attracts significant attention due to a wide scope of promising applications. In addition, the synthesis of soluble, non-crosslinking polymers of high surface area and uniform microporosity is very challenging, and the methods for soluble microporous polymers formation [...] Read more.
Development of new microporous organic polymers attracts significant attention due to a wide scope of promising applications. In addition, the synthesis of soluble, non-crosslinking polymers of high surface area and uniform microporosity is very challenging, and the methods for soluble microporous polymers formation are rather limited. In this work, we report a new approach to construct porous polyphenylenes which employs the Diels–Alder polycondensation of multifunctional ethynyl-containing monomers of different spatial architecture with bis(cyclopentadienone)s. The resulting polymers were soluble in common organic solvents, and their structure and properties were assessed by NMR, TGA, DSC, and SEC studies. The polymers demonstrated a specific surface area up to 751 m2·g−1 and ultramicroporous (pore size ≤ 0.6 nm) structure. N2 and CO2 adsorption–desorption data revealed that porosity parameters, e.g., specific surface area and pore sizes, can be tuned selectively by varying the type of monomers and reaction conditions. Full article
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