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Prof.Dr. Wolfgang Binder

Prof.Dr. Wolfgang Binder

Prof.Dr. Wolfgang Binder

Prof.Dr. Wolfgang Binder
Full Professor
Macromolecular Chemistry
Institute of Chemistry

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Research Interests

  • Nanostructured materials
    Block copolymers
    Supramolecular polymers
    Charge-storage materials
  • Capsules
  • Polymer synthesis
    Living radical polymerization (ATRP, NMP, RAFT)
    Living cationic polymerization
    Polycondensation methods
    Resin Materials
  • Polymeric materials
    Resin materials
    Self healing materials
    Polymer technology
  • Polymer analytics
    NMR-Analysis (1D-, 2D-)
    Mass spectrometry (MALDI, ESI-TOF)
    Hyphenated techniques (SEC-MALDI, LC-ESI-TOF)
    Surface analysis

Recent projects

  • A new project on self-healing polymers has been started within the newly established DFG- framework of the SPP 1586 (Design and Generic Principles of Self-Healing Materials)
  • A new "Sonderforschungsbereich" (SFB TR 102) has been started entitled "Polymers under multiple constraints". Our research-group is participating with a project directed towards crystallization in supramolecular polymers
  • DFG (Self-organization of nanoparticles at the interface of lipid vesicles and polymersomes) Nr. BI1337/6-1 within the Forschergruppe FOR1145 (since 02/2010))
  • DFG-Project BI 1337/7-1 "Synthesis and Bonding Dynamics in Pseudo-Block Copolymers"
  • EU-MC-training Site "MINILUBES", since 09/2009

Selected Publications

Biomimetic Polymers
Binder, W. H.; Pulamagatta, B.; Schunack, M.; Herbst, F.
In Bioinspiration and Biomimicry in Chemistry, Swiegers, G., Ed. John Wiley and Sons: Hoboken, New Jersey, 2012; p in press.

Autocatalysis in the rooom temperature coppe(I)-catalyzed alkyne-azide-"click" cycloaddition of multivalent poly(acrylates) and poly(isobutylenes).
Döhler, D.; Philipp, M.; Binder, W. H.,
Macromolecules 2012, ma-2012-00505v, ASAP

Low-Temperature Cu(I)-Catalyzed "Click" Reactions for Self-Healing Polymers
Schunack, M.; Gragert, M.; Döhler, D.; Michael, P.; Binder, W. H.
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 2012, 213 (2), 205-214

Beyond the Lipid-Bilayer: Interaction of Polymers and Nanoparticles with Membranes
Olubummo, A.; Schulz, M.; Binder, W. H.
Soft Matter 2012, 7 (18), 8100-8110.

Hierarchically Nanostructured Polyisobutylene-based Ionic Liquids.
Zare, P.; Stojanovic, A.; Herbst, F.; Akbarzadeh, J.; Peterlik, H.; Binder*, W. H.
Macromolecules 2012, 45 (4), 2074-2084

Hybrid lipid/polymer giant unilamellar vesicles: Effects of incorporated biocompatible PIB-PEO block copolymers on vesicle properties.
Schulz, M.; Glatte, D.; Meister, A.; Scholtysek, P.; Kerth, A.; Blume, A.; Bacia, K.; Binder, W. H.
Soft Matter 2011, 7, 8100-8110.

Click-Chemistry for Nanoparticle-Modification.
Li, N.; Binder, W. H.,
J. Mater. Chem. 2011, 21, 16717-16734

Synthesis of Nonsymmetrically Chain End Functionalized Polyisobutylenes
Adekunle, O., Herbst, F., Hackethal, K., Binder, W. H.*
J. Polym. Sci. Part A: Polymer Chemistry,(2011) 49(13), 2931-2940.

Block Copolymer Nanotubes by Melt-infiltration of Nanoporous Aluminum Oxide
Pulamagatta, B.; Yau, M. Y. E.; Gunkel, I.; Thurn-Albrecht, T.; Schröter, K.; Pfefferkorn, D.; Kressler, J.; Steinhart, M.; Binder*, W. H.
Adv. Mater. 2011, 23(6), 781-786

Azide/Alkyne-"Click"-Reactions of Encapsulated Reagents: Toward Self-Healing Materials,
Gragert, M.; Schunack, M. and Binder, W. H.
Macromol. Rapid Commun. 2011, 419-425

Aggregation and chain dynamics in supramolecular polymers by dynamic rheology: cluster formation and self aggregation
Herbst, F.; Schröter, K.; Gunkel, I.; Gröger, S.; Thurn-Albrecht, T.; Balbach, J.; Binder*, W. H.,
Macromolecules, 2010, 43, 10006-10016

Telechelic Polynorbornenes with Hydrogen Bonding Moieties by Direct End Capping of Living Chain
Kurzhals, S.; Binder, W. H.*
J. Polym. Sci. Part A : Polymer Chemistry, 2010, 5522-5532

End group telechelic Oligo- and Polythiophenes by "click"-Reactions: Synthesis and Analysis via LC-ESI-TOF MS.
C. Enders, Susanne Tanner and W. H. Binder,
Macromolecules, 2010, 43 (20), pp 8436–8446

Macrocyclization of polymers via ring-closing metathesis and azide/alkyne-"click"-reactions: An approach to cyclic polyisobutylenes,
M. Schulz, S. Tanner, H. Barqawi, and W. H. Binder,
J. Polym. Sci. Part A: Polymer Chemistry 48 (3), 671-680 (2010)

Introducing Polar Monomers into Polyisobutylene by Living Cationic Polymerization: Structural and Kinetic Effects,
K. Hackethal, D. Döhler, S. Tanner, and W. H. Binder,
Macromolecules, 1761-1770 (2010)

Grafting Polyisobutylene from Nanoparticle Surfaces: Concentration and Surface Effects on Livingness,
W. H. Binder, R. Zirbs, D. Machl, and M. Gahleitner,
Macromolecules 2 (19), 7379-7387 (2009)

Monitoring Block-Copolymer Crossover-Chemistry in ROMP: Catalyst Evaluation via Mass-Spectrometry (MALDI),
W. H. Binder, B. Pulamagatta, O. Kir, S. Kurzhals, H. Barqawi, and S. Tanner,
Macromolecules 42 (24), 9457-9466 (2009)

Polymersome/Silica Capsules by "Click"-Chemistry,
W. H. Binder and R. Sachsenhofer,
Macromol. Rapid Commun. 29 (12-13), 1097-1103 (2008)

Telechelic Poly(N-isopropylacrylamides) via Nitroxide-Mediated Controlled Polymerization and "Click" Chemistry: Livingness and "Grafting-from" Methodology,
W. H. Binder, D. Gloger, H. Weinstabl, G. Allmaier, and E. Pittenauer,
Macromolecules 40 (9), 3097-3107 (2007)

Directing Supramolecular Nanoparticle Binding onto Polymer Films: Film Formation and Influence of Receptor Density on Binding Densities,
W. H. Binder, C. Kluger, M. Josipovic, C. J. Straif, and G. Friedbacher,
Macromolecules 39 (23), 8092-8101 (2006)

Tunable Materials from Hydrogen-Bonded Pseudo Block Copolymers,
W. H. Binder, S. Bernstorff, C. Kluger, L. Petraru, and M. J Kunz,
Adv. Mater. 17 (23), 2824-2828 (2005)

Combining Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization (ROMP) with Sharpless-Type "Click" Reactions: An Easy Method for the Preparation of Side Chain Functionalized Poly(oxynorbornenes),
W. H. Binder and C. Kluger,
Macromolecules 37 (25), 9321-9330 (2004)

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