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Cover Image, Volume 134, Issue 45

Cover Image, Volume 134, Issue 45
Jean-Luc Audic and colleagues report new UV-responsive polyurethanes derived from cyclocarbonated broccoli seed oil and various amines. The isocyanate-free synthetic route was optimized, involving first the epoxidation of the broccoli seed oil, then carbonatation with CO2, and finally aminolysis with three different di- or triamines. The resulting polymer matrix was mechanically tunable and allowed for the integration of phosphorescent molybdenum nanoclusters to confer fluorescent activity. (DOI: 10.1002/app.45339).

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DOI: 10.1002/app.45699

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