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Polyamine-based carbon dioxide sorbents suffer from a seesaw relationship between amine content and amine efficiency. High polyamine loadings equate to increased amine contents, but often at the expense of amine efficiency. Carbon dioxide mass transport in compact polymers is severely limited, especially at ambient temperature. High polymer contents curtail diffusion pathways, hindering CO2 from reaching and reacting with the numerous amine functions. Here, we overcome this issue usingdoi:10.26434/chemrxiv.13526597 fatcat:cl3efyyptjg5liahnaum677rui