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Specific bifunctionalization on the phosphorus dendrimers

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This entry is adapted from https://doi.org/10.3390/org3030018. Dendrimers are highly branched three-dimensional macromolecules, which properties are essentially dependent on the type of their terminal functions. Dendrimers are synthesized by iterative processes, which afford a new generation at the end of each sequence, characterized by a multiplication of the number of terminal functions. Such processes generate identical terminal functions on the surface of the dendrimers. However, it is sometimes desirable to have two types of surface functions in order to fulfil specific properties. Numerous properties have been explored already, most of them being related to catalysis, materials, or biology/nanomedicine. Strategies to get two types of terminal functions will be illustrated with polyphosphorhydrazone (PPH) dendrimers.
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hal-03789588 , version 1 (27-09-2022)

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Massimo Petriccone, Regis Laurent, Cédric-Olivier Turrin, Rosa Maria Sebastián, Anne-Marie Caminade. Specific bifunctionalization on the phosphorus dendrimers. Encyclopedia Platform, 2022, entry 26972 - https://encyclopedia.pub/entry/26972. ⟨hal-03789588⟩
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