Hyperbranched Polymers are less perfect molecules but still possess the highly branched architecture with a multitude of end-groups. Nevertheless, the functional group numbers coupled with lower purchasing costs make these materials extremely promising in future applications.
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Helux is a hyperbranched polyamido-amine. Viewed as a hyperbranched analogue of PAMAM dendrimers, it has primary amine end-groups that can participate in a variety of reactions in an aqueous solution.