Chemically induced repair, adhesion, and recycling of polymers made by inverse vulcanization

Justin Chalker demonstrates that two surfaces of these sulfur polymers can be chemically joined at room temperature through a phosphine or amine-catalyzed exchange of the S–S bonds in the polymer.

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