Defining the Macromolecules of Tomorrow through Synergistic Sustainable Polymer Research

Farihah M. Haque, Jacob S.A. Ishibashi, Claire A.L. Lidston, Huiling Shao, Frank S. Bates, Alice B. Chang, Geoffrey W. Coates, Christopher J. Cramer, Paul J. Dauenhauer, William R. Dichtel, Christopher J. Ellison, Ethan A. Gormong, Leslie S. Hamachi, Thomas R. Hoye, Mengyuan Jin, Julia A. Kalow, Hee Joong Kim, Gaurav Kumar, Christopher J. Lasalle, Stephanie LifflandBryce M. Lipinski, Yutong Pang, Riffat Parveen, Xiayu Peng, Yanay Popowski, Emily A. Prebihalo, Yernaidu Reddi, Theresa M. Reineke, Daylan T. Sheppard, Jeremy L. Swartz, William B. Tolman, Bess Vlaisavljevich, Jane Wissinger, Shu Xu, Marc A. Hillmyer*

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Abstract

Transforming how plastics are made, unmade, and remade through innovative research and diverse partnerships that together foster environmental stewardship is critically important to a sustainable future. Designing, preparing, and implementing polymers derived from renewable resources for a wide range of advanced applications that promote future economic development, energy efficiency, and environmental sustainability are all central to these efforts. In this Chemical Reviews contribution, we take a comprehensive, integrated approach to summarize important and impactful contributions to this broad research arena. The Review highlights signature accomplishments across a broad research portfolio and is organized into four wide-ranging research themes that address the topic in a comprehensive manner: Feedstocks, Polymerization Processes and Techniques, Intended Use, and End of Use. We emphasize those successes that benefitted from collaborative engagements across disciplinary lines.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)6322-6373
Number of pages52
JournalChemical Reviews
Volume122
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 23 2022

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Chemistry(all)

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