Polymer chemistry is very well suited for combinatorial approaches since a large para-meter space has to be covered during synthesis, processing, blending or compounding. Moreover, a large variety of parameters need to be screened in order to evaluate structure– property relationships and to accelerate the design and development of new materials. Therefore, highthroughput experimentation and combinatorial approaches in polymer science have gained large attraction during the past few years since they might lead to shorter time-to-market periods for new polymeric materials as well as to a more profound understanding of quantitative structure–property relationships (QSPRs).
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