2 edition of cationic copolymerisation of vinyl and cyclic monomers. found in the catalog.
cationic copolymerisation of vinyl and cyclic monomers.
M.Sc. dissertation, Postgraduate School of Studies in Polymer Science, University of Bradford.
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Cationic Photoinitiators. Cationic photoinduced polymerization was first discovered by Crivello and Lam in the mids when they observed that UV irradiated onium salts such as triphenylsulfonium or diaryliodonium generate strong acids, which were able to initiate cationic polymerization of vinyl monomers. They also observed that the initiating moities are chemically chemistry/ CYCLIC OLIGOMERS IN THE CATIONIC POLYMERIZATION OF HETEROCYCLES E. J. GOETHALS Institute of Organic Chemistry, Rijksuniversiteit Gent, Knjgslaan , Gent, Belgium Abstract—The cationic polymerization of heterocyclic monomers may lead to polymers containing substantial, yet Variable amounts of cyclic
This unified presentation of cationic polymerization discusses initiation, propagation, transfer, and termination in cationic polymerizations of alkenes and heterocycles. It also elucidates the mechanisms of the reactions involved in all carbocationic and ring-opening polymerizations. It is The copolymerization of several vinyl monomers, such as styrene, α-methylstyrene and isobutyl vinyl ether, with 3,3-bis(chloromethyl)oxetane catalyzed by Lewis acids (boron trifluoride-diethyl etherate, stannic chloride and triethylaluminum-water) in methylene chloride at 0°C has been investigated. In these copolymerizations, the copolymers were not obtained, though a mixture of the
Several groups have developed several onium salt series as photo-cationic initiators for the cationic polymerization of cyclic ethers, alkyl vinyl ethers, and epoxides [10,11,12,13,14,15]. The sulfonium and iodonium salts were indefinitely stable without photo-irradiation, but under photo-irradiation, initiating species were generated, which X-MOL提供的期刊论文更新，Macromolecules——Design of Graft Architectures via Simultaneous Kinetic Control of Cationic Vinyl-Addition Polymerization of Vinyl Ethers, Coordination Ring-Opening Polymerization of Cyclic Esters, and Merging at the
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The effects of the structure of cyclic acetals on their copolymerization with vinyl ethers (VEs) via concurrent vinyl-addition and ring-opening mechanisms were revealed through a systematic study using five- six- and seven-membered cyclic acetals with no substituents or one or two methyl substituents.
The controlled cationic copolymerization of 2-chloroethyl vinyl ether (CEVE) and various #!divAbstract. for vinyl and cyclic monomers, including maleimides and oxazolines,1 maleimides and propylene oxide,2 and methacrylate and ε-caprolactone,3 which have proceeded via zwitterionic or anionic mechanisms.
The dearth of successful examples is also true for cationic polymerization. Copolymerization of ﬁve- and seven-membered Monomers bearing electron-releasing groups are susceptible to cationic polymerization.
78, 79 These monomers can be classified in two main categories: (1) vinyl monomers, for which the reactive end group is a carbocation, and (2) heterocyclic monomers, bearing one or two heteroatoms within the ring structure for which the reactive end group is Vinyl monomers and cyclic acetals were demonstrated to copolymerize with sufficient crossover propagation reactions in a controlled manner via the generation of long-lived species.
Such unusual propagation reactions, mediated by the active species derived from different types of monomers, were shown to require an appropriate dormant–active equilibrium, achieved via the elaborate design of The chapter first discusses the living carbocationic polymerization of the three most important monomer classes: isobutene, vinyl ethers, and styrenics.
The second part of the chapter focuses on living CROP of cyclic ethers, cyclic imines, and cyclic imino :// Alternating copolymers composed of styrene/methyl vinyl ether derived repeating units and styrene/vinyl alcohol based repeating units were synthesized through the cationic polymerization of 1,3-butadiene derivatives and the subsequent hydrogenation reaction.
The microstructure of the resulting polymers was c Expanding Vinyl Ether Monomer Repertoire for Ring-Expansion Cationic Polymerization: Various Cyclic Polymers with Tailored Pendant Groups This manuscript is dedicated to the 75th birthday of Professor Bob Grubbs for his life-long extraordinary achievement in New photoinitiators for cationic polymerization Article in Polimery -Warsaw- 57(7/8) July with 95 Reads How we measure 'reads' /_New_photoinitiators_for_cationic_polymerization.
Cationic ring-opening polymerizations are also nucleophilic substitution reactions; e.g. equation (7).Two experiments are frequently employed to follow the cationic polymerization of heterocyclic monomers.
The first is based on the polymerization of a low molar ratio of This chapter presents successively the polymerization of cyclic ethers, cyclic esters, cyclic amides, cyclosiloxanes and other cyclic silicon-based compounds, cyclic carbonates, and other cyclic monomers, i.e., cycloalkanes, cyclic sulfides, cyclic amines, cyclic ureas, depsipeptides, and cyclic phosphorus monomers.
The main synthetic In addition, exploitations of various naturally occurring vinyl monomers and development of new cyclic monomers as well as applications of new initiators have prompted the current expansion of the field of cationic polymerization.
Herein, the current status and the future prospects of molecular design of monomers, their polymerization behaviors Abstract. In this work, we report the hybrid copolymerization of various cyclic monomers and vinyl monomers.
Our studies demonstrate that 1-tert-butyl-4,4,4-tris-(dimethylamino)-2,2-bis[tris(dimethylamino) phophoranyliden-amino]-2Λ5,Λ5-catenadi(phosphazene) (t-BuP 4) can catalyze the hybrid copolymerization of caprolactone (CL), lactide (LA) or cyclic carbonate ester with acrylate Concurrent cationic vinyl-addition and ring-opening copolymerization of vinyl ethers and oxiranes Article in Polymer Journal 48(6) March with 12 Reads How we measure 'reads' Thus, cyclic hetero monomers with an oxygen in the ring structure and a vinyl side group like cyclic ketene acetals, cyclic ketene aminals, cyclic vinyl ethers, and unsaturated spiro ortho esters will readily undergo free radical ring-opening polymerization.
6,7 Copolymerization of these monomers with a wide variety of vinyl monomers will chemistry/Ring Opening e V: vinyl monomer; A: cyclic acetal. f Determined by gravimetry and 1H NMR analysis of products. b dconv (%) crossover per chaind units per block entry vinyl cyclic time vinyl cyclic cM n e× c M w/M n V to A A to Ve vinyl cyclic 1 IBVE DOL 15 s 48 11(0f) — — — — 2 f30 s 73 14(0) — — — — cationic [24–26] and some cyclic monomers by ROP.
Eley and Richards  reported the polymerization of vinyl octyl ether by iodine molecule, and the iodonium ion I+ was believed to be the initiating species. In the molecular iodine-induced polymerization of alkyl vinyl ethers at room temperature in n-hexane, cyclohexane, In polymer chemistry, ring-opening polymerization (ROP) is a form of chain-growth polymerization, in which the terminus of a polymer chain attacks cyclic monomers to form a longer polymer (see figure).
The reactive center can be radical, anionic or cyclic monomers such as norbornene or cyclooctadiene can be polymerized to high molecular weight polymers by using In the cationic polymerization of vinyl and cyclic monomers containing heteroatoms there is a possibility of simultaneous presence of carbenium and onium ions being in dynamic equilibrium, e.g This book presents these important facts: a) The mechanism of anionic polymerization, a more than year challenge in polymer chemistry, has now become better understood; b) Precise synthesis of many polymers with novel architectures (triblock, multi-block, graft, exact graft, comb, cyclic, many armed stars with multi-components, dendrimer-like hyper-branched, and their structural mixed (co › Chemistry › Polymer Science.
Anionic addition polymerization is a form of chain-growth polymerization or addition polymerization that involves the polymerization of monomers initiated with anions. The type of reaction has many manifestations, but traditionally vinyl monomers are used. Often anionic polymerization involves living polymerizations, which allows control of structure and ://.
In this review, our recent results on the concurrent cationic vinyl-addition and ring-opening copolymerization of vinyl ethers (VEs) and oxiranes are summarized, with particular emphasis on the In book: Sequence-Controlled Polymers (pp) on the cationic copolymerization of vinyl and cyclic monomers.
Various cationic polymerizations performed using the flow microreactor systems The Chemistry of Cationic Polymerization covers the fundamental aspects of organic chemistry that provide significant insights into the many facets of cationic polymerization processes and products.
Each chapter deals with individual and groups of monomers. Considerable chapters examine the chemistry of oxygen ://