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AbstractCombinatorial chemistry and high-throughput experimentation have drawn great attention in recent years because of their significant advantages in increasing the research productivity. One of the emerging fields is their application in polymer science. Herein we describe the high-throughput optimization of purification conditions for polymers prepared via atom transfer radical polymerization using an automated synthesizer. The effects of the column materials, column lengths and eluentdoi:10.1515/epoly.2006.6.1.90 fatcat:xg46unh3nve4tcr4cilraurpkq