Functional silicones and silicone-containing block copolymers

Paul Böhm
Polysiloxanes can be synthesized and subsequently modified (i) by the attachment of small molecules that change the properties of the silicone in such a way that it becomes more hydrophilic, but under the premise that this does not go together with a loss of the silicone-specific features. This can be done by adding hydrophilic sidechains to a polysiloxane. Polyethers like poly(ethylene glycol) or hyperbranched polyether-polyols are suitable in this regard. In order to assure that...
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