'Metal-like' metallomacrocyclic polymers. Microstructure and morphology of undoped and doped poly(M(phthalocyaninato)O) macromolecules, M= silicon, germanium, and tin

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Abstract

The solid state polymerization of dihydroxymetallophthalocyanine was found to operate by a topotactic mechanism to give linear high polymers which could be wet-spun and fabricated into fibres. The interior of these fibres was fairly uniform and such fibres consisted of small structural units which may be crystallites themselves.

Original languageEnglish (US)
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StatePublished - Jan 1 1983

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