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3D-printing of dynamic self-healing cryogels with tuneable properties

Nadgorny, Milena; Collins, Joe; Xiao, Zeyun; Scales, Peter; Connal, Luke


We report a novel synthetic and processing methodology for the preparation of doubly dynamic, self-healing, 3D-printable macroporous gels. 3D-printable oxime hydrogels were prepared by cross-linking poly(n-hydroxyethyl acrylamide-co-methyl vinyl ketone) (PHEAA-co-PMVK) with a bifunctional hydroxylamine. 3D-printed oxime hydrogels were subjected to post-printing treatment by thermally induced phase separation (TIPS), which facilitated the formation of hydrogen bonding and oxime cross-links, and...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2018
Type: Journal article
Source: Polymer Chemistry
DOI: 10.1039/c7py01945a
Access Rights: Open Access


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