Isocyanate-derived Organic Aerogels: Polyureas, Polyimides, Polyamides
We describe organic aerogels derived from multifunctional isocyanates through reaction with water (polyureas), acid andydrides (polyimides) and carboxylic acids (polyamides). All processes are invariably single-step, one-pot and take place at room or slightly elevated temperatures. The resulting materials are robust, their density may vary over a very wide range and their nanomorphology can be either particulate or fibrous, but in all cases they all consist of similarly sized primary particles. © 2011 Materials Research Society.
N. Leventis and L. Sotiriou-Leventis and N. Chandrasekaran and S. Mulik and C. Chidambareswarapattar and A. G. Sadekar and D. Mohite and S. S. Mahadik and Z. J. Larimore and H. Lu and G. Churu and J. T. Mang, "Isocyanate-derived Organic Aerogels: Polyureas, Polyimides, Polyamides," Materials Research Society Symposium - Proceedings, Materials Research Society, Jan 2011.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1557/opl.2011.90
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