Non-planar non-cracking honeycomb (HC) structures are prepared from star polymers with high glass transition temperatures (Tg) and relatively low Young's moduli (E). This study demonstrates that the Young's modulus of a polymer is a more important factor than the glass transition temperature for determining the occurrence of cracking during HC film formation on non-planar surfaces.
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