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A high-molecular-weight polymer analogue of an m-terphenyl-protected benzimidazolium was reported to be the most stable hydroxide-conducting benzimidazolium polymer to date (5% degradation after 168 h in 2 M KOH at 80 °C).

See: Poly(phenylene) and m-Terphenyl as Powerful Protecting Groups for the Preparation of Stable Organic Hydroxides
Andrew G. Wright, Thomas Weissbach, Steven Holdcroft
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2016, 55, 4818.

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