High-throughput screening and combinatorial methods : the future of polymer research in industry and academia? : a feasibility study

R.M.A. L'Abee, L.L.J.M. Cornelissen, M.C. Diaz, D.A.J.M. Ligthart, M.J. Mar, de la, Sanne Wijnans, B.G.G. Lohmeijer, U.S. Schubert

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A feasibility study has been made on the use of combinatorial material research (CMR) in the field of polymer science, in compliance with both the technological and economical aspects. Will it be the future of polymer science in industry and academia or is it merely a temporary trend? Different methods of combinatorial polymer synthesis and high-throughput screening (HTS) techniques are discussed. Furthermore, an overview has been made of the main applications of these techniques and the economical implications of implementing CMR and HTS in polymer research. Finally it is concluded that CMR and HTS should be considered as indispensable tools for the future of polymer science.
Original languageEnglish
Article numberT_001
Pages (from-to)T_001-1/30
Journale-Polymers
Volume2003
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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L'Abee, R. M. A., Cornelissen, L. L. J. M., Diaz, M. C., Ligthart, D. A. J. M., Mar, de la, M. J., Wijnans, S., ... Schubert, U. S. (2003). High-throughput screening and combinatorial methods : the future of polymer research in industry and academia? : a feasibility study. e-Polymers, 2003, T_001-1/30. [T_001].
L'Abee, R.M.A. ; Cornelissen, L.L.J.M. ; Diaz, M.C. ; Ligthart, D.A.J.M. ; Mar, de la, M.J. ; Wijnans, Sanne ; Lohmeijer, B.G.G. ; Schubert, U.S. / High-throughput screening and combinatorial methods : the future of polymer research in industry and academia? : a feasibility study. In: e-Polymers. 2003 ; Vol. 2003. pp. T_001-1/30.
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L'Abee, RMA, Cornelissen, LLJM, Diaz, MC, Ligthart, DAJM, Mar, de la, MJ, Wijnans, S, Lohmeijer, BGG & Schubert, US 2003, 'High-throughput screening and combinatorial methods : the future of polymer research in industry and academia? : a feasibility study', e-Polymers, vol. 2003, T_001, pp. T_001-1/30.

High-throughput screening and combinatorial methods : the future of polymer research in industry and academia? : a feasibility study. / L'Abee, R.M.A.; Cornelissen, L.L.J.M.; Diaz, M.C.; Ligthart, D.A.J.M.; Mar, de la, M.J.; Wijnans, Sanne; Lohmeijer, B.G.G.; Schubert, U.S.

In: e-Polymers, Vol. 2003, T_001, 2003, p. T_001-1/30.

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L'Abee RMA, Cornelissen LLJM, Diaz MC, Ligthart DAJM, Mar, de la MJ, Wijnans S et al. High-throughput screening and combinatorial methods : the future of polymer research in industry and academia? : a feasibility study. e-Polymers. 2003;2003:T_001-1/30. T_001.