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Laurent Billon1

1, University of Pau and Adour Country, Pau, , France

The present talk aims at designing bio-inspired polymer materials by chemical natures, materials, structures, properties, processes and functions of the living as a source of innovation and engineering. The use of one or the association of many of these inspiration sources can lead to functional building blocks and then materials by directed self-assembly.
New (meth)acrylic monomers with 100% bio-based carbons and their controlled polymerizations will be described for the elaboration of thermoplastic and elastomeric block copolymers.1, 2
The intimately association between natural “Breath Figure”, as a bottom-up solvent evaporation process and the self-assembly of a building blocks panel based on soft matter will be also discussed. Hierarchically structured honeycomb films, as porous surface3, from well-defined macromolecular structures will be first described for a number of applications including iridescence4, bioactivity & cells adhesion5, CO2/pH-responsive reversible wettability5-6, photocatalysis7 or for light extraction in an Organic Light Emitting Diode8.
Then, photonic crystals over 100 cm2 elaborated by extrusion or pressure casting processes from latexes or from water-based microgels9 building blocks will be shown. Finally, a fully bio-sourced formulation mimicking nacre will be demonstrated as an efficient flame retardant coating for ligno-cellulosic building insulation materials for a sustainable transition.10


References
[1] S. Noppalit, J. Asua, L. Billon, to be submitted, 2017.
[2] F. Dergal, A. Khoukh, I. Chikhi, D. Lerrari, K. Bachari, L. Billon,, to be submitted 2017.
[3] a) A. Munoz-Bonilla, M. Save, L. Billon, J. Rodriguez-Hernandez Polymer Surfaces in Motion: Unconventional Patterning Methods, Ed. Springer USA, 2015, Chapter 10, p 219-256. b) A. Bertrand, A. Bousquet, C. Dagron-Lartigau, L. Billon Chem Comm, 2016, 52, 9562. c) E. Ji, V. Pellerin, F. Ehrenfeld, A. Laffore, A. Bousquet, L. Billon Chem Comm, 2017, 53, 1876.
[4] L. Billon, M. Manguian, V. Pellerin, M. Joubert, O. Eterradossi, H. Garay Macromolecules 2009, 42, 345.
[5] H. Yin, A.L. Bulteau, Y. Feng, L. Billon Adv. Mat. Interfaces 2016, 3, 1500623.
[6] a) P. Escalé, L. Rubatat, C. Derail, M. Save, L. Billon Macro. Rapid. Comm 2011, 32, 1072. b) P. Escalé, W. Van Camp, F. DuPrez, L. Rubatat, L. Billon, M. Save, Polymer Chemistry, 2013, 4, 4710.
[7] L. Pessoni, S. Lacombe, L. Billon, R. Brown, M. Save Langmuir 2013, 29, 10264.
[8] A. Bertrand, F. Dumur, M. Perrin, M. Mruczkiewicz, C. Dagron-Lartigau, A. Bousquet, L. Vignau, L. Billon, S. Fasquel, Organic Electronic : Physics, materials, applications, asap, 2017.
[9] a) M. Boularas, E. Gombart, J.F. Tranchant, L. Billon, M. Save Macro. Rapid. Comm. 2015, 36, 79. b) M. Boularas, E. Deniau-Lejeune, V. Alard, J.F. Tranchant, L. Billon, M. Save Polym Chem. 2016, 7, 350. c) M. Boularas, L. Billon, E. Gombard, M. Save, JF Tranchant PCT/FR/050009, WO2016110615 A1, 2015.
[10] C. Baguenard, G. Labat, L. Billon, Patent FR1660640, 2017.

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