Here are the currently most read articles in Macromolecular Rapid Communications.
The state of the art in clay-containing polymer nanocomposites is critically reviewed by Suprakas Sinha Ray.
Peter J. Roth shows that postpolymerization modification reactions allow to compose well-defined stimulus-responsive materials.
The application of cyclodextrin-based host–guest interactions towards the fabrication of functional supramolecular assemblies and hydrogels is reviewed.
The synthesis of free-standing, ultrathin polymeric nanosheets of lamellar bilayer membrane via spatially confined polymerization has been reported.
A team from the University of Groningen have published research on the enzymatic synthesis of glycosidic polysaccharide analogs and their characterization.
Lei Tao demonstrates the opportunities provided by one-pot multicomponent systems for the synthesis of functional polymeric materials.
Saldívar-Guerra, Hutchinson, and Matyjaszewski investigate the mechanisms governing the properties of polymeric materials and their application performance.
Macromolecular Theory and Simulations has published a special issue on the modeling and simulation of complex polymerization reactions.