Silsesquioxane-Based Polymers: Synthesis of Phenylsilsesquioxanes with Double-Decker Structure and Their Polymers
Double-decker shaped silsesquioxane was synthesized by hydrolysis and condensation of trimetoxyphenylsilane in the presence of sodium hydroxide and it led to macromonomers having carbon functionalized groups. Then, these were polymerized by hydrosilylation polymerization, and their properties were measured.
KeywordsCage Epoxy Shrinkage Sodium Hydroxide Vinyl
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