Claude Monet signature with chemical insignia; MONET project logoThe Center for the Chemistry of Molecularly Optimized Networks (MONET) is transforming polymer and materials chemistry by developing the knowledge and methods to enable molecular-level, chemical control of polymer network properties for the betterment of humankind. We treat networks as complex chemical systems so that the full power of synthetic, physical, and theoretical chemistry is rationally directed toward overarching challenges in de novo molecular network design.



The Official MONET Twitter Feed

Duke University announcement of Phase II https://today.duke.edu/2021/09/nsf-creates-polymer-chemistry-optimization-center-duke-future-materials#.YS_CQcynJ0U.twitter

We are excited to join @CAICECCI @cgem_cci @NSF_CSOE @SustainableNano @NSFCCHF and @UMN_CSP as a Phase II NSF Center for Chemical Innovation #NSFfunded

A collaborative review from the MONET team: Molecular Characterization of Polymer Networks https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.chemrev.0c01304#.YGaQkj0yL5w.twitter

New MONET Publication in JACS: Single-Event Spectroscopy and Unravelling Kinetics of Covalent Domains Based on Cyclobutane Mechanophores https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/jacs.1c02149#.YGNPkRz6XJw.twitter

You can literally feel the effect of aryl vs. alkyl substituents on reactivity with your hands in this new work from @CciMonet.
@CraigGroup_Duke @olsenlabmit @DukeChemistry http://acspubs.co/PEwY50E0zWG

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