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Jekaterina Jeromenok, Winfried Böhlmann, Markus Antonietti and Jens Weber Intrinsically Microporous Polyesters From Betulin – Toward Renewable Materials for Gas Separation Made From Birch Bark Macromolecular Rapid Communications 32

Article first published online: 19 SEP 2011 | DOI: 10.1002/marc.201100532

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Betulin can be extracted from birch bark and is used as a diol monomer in the synthesis of microporous polyesters. Cross-linked networks as well as linear or hyperbranched polymers are accessible. The polymers feature intrinsic microporosity and show promise for application as gas separation membranes, e.g., for the separation of CO2.

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