A THERMALLY REMENDABLE CROSS-LINKED POLYMERIC MATERIAL PDF

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We have developed a transparent organic polymeric material that can repeatedly mend or "re-mend" itself under mild conditions. The material is a tough solid at room temperature and below with mechanical properties equaling those of commercial epoxy resins.

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