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  1. Challenges and opportunities for innovation in bioinformed sustainable materials
  2. Industry 4.0 as an enabler in transitioning to circular business models: A systematic literature review
  3. Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks: Sustainable Polymers
  4. Getting the Terms Right: Green, Sustainable, or Circular Chemistry?
  5. Strategies to increase the recyclability of plastics for a circular economy
  6. Photostationary State in Dynamic Covalent Networks
  7. Synergy of Advanced Experimental and Modeling Tools to Underpin the Synthesis of Static Step-Growth-Based Networks Involving Polymeric Precursor Building Blocks
  8. Conceptualizing the Transnational Regulation of Plastics: Moving Towards a Preventative and Just Agenda for Plastics
  9. Size-controlled synthesis of bioinspired polyserotonin nanoparticles with free radical scavenging activity
  10. The bright and the dark side of the sphere: light-stabilized microparticles
  11. Mapping Photochemical Reactivity Profiles on Surfaces
  12. Investigation of the Porosity of Poly(sodium methacrylate) Hydrogels by 1 H‐NMR T 2 ‐Relaxation and Inverse Size‐Exclusion Chromatography
  13. Two Grapes Short of a Fruit Salad: Raspberry-, Strawberry-, and Seedpod-Like Organic Microspheres via Colloidal Nanotemplating
  14. Critical Assessment of the Application of Multidetection SEC and AF4 for the Separation of Single-Chain Nanoparticles
  15. Plastics and the Environment—Current Status and Challenges in Germany and Australia
  16. An In-Depth Analysis Approach Enabling Precision Single Chain Nanoparticle Design
  17. Chemiluminescent Read-Out of Degradable Fluorescent Polymer Particles
  18. Chemiluminescent read-out of para-fluoro-thiol reaction events
  19. An in-depth analysis approach enabling precision single chain nanoparticle design
  20. On-demand acid-gated fluorescence switch-on in photo-generated nanospheres
  21. Analysis of the Local Mobility of RAFT Mediated Poly(acrylic acid) Networks via Low Field 1 H‐NMR Techniques for Investigation of the Network Topology
  22. Precisely Controlled Microsphere Design via Visible‐Light Cross‐Linking of Functional Prepolymers
  23. A Photochemical Ligation System Enabling Solid‐Phase Chemiluminescence Read‐Out
  24. Self‐Propagated para ‐Fluoro‐Thiol Reaction
  25. Quantifying Solvent Effects on Polymer Surface Grafting
  26. Controlling biofilm formation with nitroxide functional surfaces
  27. With polymer photoclicks to fluorescent microspheres
  28. The long and the short of polymer grafting
  29. A kinetic study on the para-fluoro-thiol reaction in view of its use in materials design
  30. Dynamic Nitroxide Functional Materials
  31. Surface-initiated RAFT polymerization from vapor-based polymer coatings
  32. TEMPO Driven Mild and Modular Route to Functionalized Microparticles
  33. Counting the Clicks in Fluorescent Polymer Networks
  34. Polymer on Top: Current Limits and Future Perspectives of Quantitatively Evaluating Surface Grafting
  35. Engineering Nitroxide Functional Surfaces Using Bioinspired Adhesion
  36. Direct access to biocompatible nitroxide containing polymers
  37. The para-fluoro-thiol reaction as an efficient tool in polymer chemistry
  38. Dual-Gated Microparticles for Switchable Antibody Release
  39. pH‐Responsive Aminomethyl Functionalized Poly( p ‐xylylene) Coatings by Chemical Vapor Deposition Polymerization
  40. Self-Reporting Fluorescent Step-Growth RAFT Polymers Based on Nitrile Imine-Mediated Tetrazole-ene Cycloaddition Chemistry
  41. Oxidative polymerization of catecholamines: structural access by high-resolution mass spectrometry
  42. The para-fluoro-thiol reaction as a powerful tool for precision network synthesis
  43. Direct Mapping of RAFT Controlled Macromolecular Growth on Surfaces via Single Molecule Force Spectroscopy
  44. Controlled radical polymerization and in-depth mass-spectrometric characterization of poly(ionic liquid)s and their photopatterning on surfaces
  45. Recodable surfaces based on switchable hydrogen bonds
  46. Universal mass spectrometric analysis of poly(ionic liquid)s
  47. The Link that Lasts: A New Frontier in Supramolecular Block Copolymer Design
  48. A Synthetic Route to Sulfobetaine Methacrylates with Varying Charge Distance
  49. Synthesis and On-Demand Gelation of Multifunctional Poly(ethylene glycol)-Based Polymers
  50. Suppressing Pseudomonas aeruginosa adhesion via non-fouling polymer brushes
  51. Synthesis of in situ functionalized iron oxide nanoparticles presenting alkyne groups via a continuous process using near-critical and supercritical water
  52. Linear and nonlinear rheological behavior and crystallization of semicrystalline poly(styrene)–poly(l-lactide) block copolymers
  53. Access to Intrinsically Glucoside-Based Microspheres with Boron Affinity
  54. Continuous Hydrothermal Synthesis of In Situ Functionalized Iron Oxide Nanoparticles: A General Strategy to Produce Metal Oxide Nanoparticles With Clickable Anchors
  55. Controlled growth of protein resistant PHEMA brushes via S-RAFT polymerization
  56. Synthesis of polymers with phosphorus containing side chains via modular conjugation
  57. Orthogonal ligation to spherical polymeric microparticles: Modular approaches for surface tailoring
  58. A Facile Route to Boronic Acid Functional Polymeric Microspheres via Epoxide Ring Opening
  59. Photo-Induced Macromolecular Functionalization of Cellulose via Nitroxide Spin Trapping
  60. Thermally responsive core–shell microparticles and cross-linked networks based on nitrone chemistry
  61. Modular design of glyco-microspheres via mild pericyclic reactions and their quantitative analysis
  62. Surface modification of polymeric microspheres using glycopolymers for biorecognition
  63. Mild and Modular Surface Modification of Cellulose via Hetero Diels−Alder (HDA) Cycloaddition
  64. An Access Route to Polyferrocenes via Modular Conjugation
  65. Synthesis of water-soluble homo- and block-copolymers by RAFT polymerization under γ-irradiation in aqueous media
  66. Quantification of Grafting Densities Achieved via Modular “Grafting-to” Approaches onto Divinylbenzene Microspheres
  67. Accessing Quantitative Degrees of Functionalization on Solid Substrates via Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy
  68. Synthesis of Microspheres as Versatile Functional Scaffolds for Materials Science Applications
  69. Facile Access to Hydroxy-Functional Core-Shell Microspheres via Grafting of Ethylene Oxide by Anionic Ring-Opening Polymerization
  70. Surface Modification of Poly(divinylbenzene) Microspheres via Thiol−Ene Chemistry and Alkyne−Azide Click Reactions
  71. RAFT-mediated polymerization and grafting of sodium 4-styrenesulfonate from cellulose initiated via γ-radiation
  72. Efficient Surface Modification of Divinylbenzene Microspheres via a Combination of RAFT and Hetero Diels‐Alder Chemistry
  73. Probing Solid−Liquid Interfaces Using Radiotracer Technology: Characterization of Functionalized Microspheres
  74. The application of ionizing radiation in reversible addition–fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT) polymerization: Renaissance of a key synthetic and kinetic tool
  75. Verification of Controlled Grafting of Styrene from Cellulose via Radiation-Induced RAFT Polymerization
  76. Ambient temperature synthesis of well‐defined microspheres via precipitation polymerization initiated by UV‐irradiation
  77. Ambient Temperature RAFT Polymerization of Acrylic Acid Initiated with Ultraviolet Radiation in Aqueous Solution
  78. Complex Macromolecular Architectures by Reversible Addition Fragmentation Chain Transfer Chemistry: Theory and Practice
  79. Acid-cleavable polymeric core–shell particles for delivery of hydrophobic drugs
  80. RAFT Polymerization of N‐Isopropylacrylamide and Acrylic Acid under γ‐Irradiation in Aqueous Media
  81. Depropagation Kinetics of Sterically Demanding Monomers:  A Pulsed Laser Size Exclusion Chromatography Study
  82. Grafting of n -Butyl Acrylate and N , N '-Dimethyl Acrylamide from Poly(divinylbenzene) Microspheres by RAFT Polymerization
  83. Reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer graft copolymerization of styrene andm-isopropenyl-α,α′-dimethylbenzyl isocyanate from polypropylene lanterns: Solid phases for scavenging applications
  84. Synthesis of core‐shell poly(divinylbenzene) microspheres via reversible addition fragmentation chain transfer graft polymerization of styrene
  85. Complex Molecular Architecture Polymers via RAFT
  86. Hyperbranched polymers as scaffolds for multifunctional reversible addition–fragmentation chain‐transfer agents: A route to polystyrene‐core‐polyesters and polystyrene‐block‐poly(butyl acrylate)‐core‐polyesters
  87. Reversible addition–fragmentation chain transfer polymerization initiated with γ-radiation at ambient temperature: an overview
  88. Surface Grafting via the Reversible Addition - Fragmentation Chain-Transfer (RAFT) Process: From Polypropylene Beads to Core - Shell Microspheres
  89. Applications of Lawesson’s Reagent in Organic and Organometallic Syntheses
  90. Reversible addition–fragmentation chain‐transfer graft polymerization of styrene: Solid phases for organic and peptide synthesis
  91. Reversible addition–fragmentation chain‐transfer polymerization: Unambiguous end‐group assignment via electrospray ionization mass spectrometry
  92. Reversible Addition−Fragmentation Chain Transfer Polymerization Initiated with Ultraviolet Radiation
  93. Living Free Radical Polymerisation Under a Constant Source of Gamma Radiation – An Example of Reversible Addition-Fragmentation Chain Transfer or Reversible Termination?
  94. Free-radical copolymerization of styrene andm-isopropenyl-?,??-dimethylbenzyl isocyanate studied by1H NMR kinetic experiments
  95. Living free‐radical polymerization of styrene under a constant source of γ radiation
  96. Polymers with Well-Defined End Groups via RAFT– Synthesis, Applications andPostmodifications