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content material: Catalysis : a key to advances in utilized polymer technological know-how / Edwin J. Vandenberg --
so much complex magnesium chloride supported Ziegler-Natta catalyst / James C.W. Chien --
Polymerization of C₂-C₆ [alpha]-olefins within the presence of changed Ziegler-Natta catalysts according to titanium halides and organoaluminum sulfates / E. Chiellini, S. D'Antone, R. Solaro, F. Masi, F. Menconi, and L. Barazzoni --
Isotactic olefin polymerization with optically energetic catalysts / W. Kaminsky, S. Niedoba, N. Möller-Lindenhof, and O. Rabe --
1-Butene polymerization with ethylenebis-(1-indenyl)zirconium bichloride and methylaluminoxane catalyst procedure : impact of hydrogen addition / M. Kioka, A. Mizuno, T. Tsutsui, and N. Kashiwa --
expense of ethylene polymerization with the catalyst method ([eta]⁵-RC₅H₄)₂ZrCl₂-methylaluminoxane : results of cyclopentadienyl ring substituents / Peter J.T. Tait, Brian L. sales space, and Moses O. Jejelowo --
Migratory nickel(0)-phosphorane catalyst : [alpha]-olefin polymerization via 2, [omega]-linkage / G. Fink, V. Möhring, A. Heinrichs, and Ch. Denger --
constitution and morphology of hugely stereoregular syndiotactic polypropylene produced through homogeneous catalysts / Adam Galambos, Michael Wolkowicz, and Robert Zeigler --
Dicyclopentadiene polymerization utilizing well-characterized tungsten phenoxide complexes / Andrew Bell --
Structural results and reactivity of polymer-bound useful teams : kinetics of nucleophilic displacement reactions on chlorinated polyethers / Douglas A. Wicks and David A. Tirrell --
Mechanism of oxirane coordination polymerization of soluble polynuclear [mu]-oxometal alkoxide aggregates / Ph. Condé, L. Hocks, Ph. Teyssié, and R. Warin --
¹³C NMR research of polyether elastomers / H.N. Cheng --
Calorimetric examine of healing habit of an amine-epoxy resin lower than ambient stipulations / Suk-fai Lau --
X-ray fiber diffraction learn of a man-made analog of cellulose : poly [3,3-bis(hydroxymethyl)oxetane] / J.M. Parris and R.H. Marchessault --
Metalloporphyrin catalysts for regulate of polymerization / Shohei Inoue --
Oligomerization of oxiranes with aluminum complexes as initiators / V. Vincens, A. Le Borgne, and N. Spassky --
Catalysts and initiators for controlling the constitution of polymers with inorganic backbones / Krzysztof Matyjaszewski --
Mechanisms and catalysis in cyclophosphazene polymerization / Harry R. Allcock --
Polyaddition of epoxides and diepoxides to the acids of phosphorus : synthesis of poly(alkylene phosphate)s / S. Penczek, P. Kubisa, P. Klosinski, T. Biela, and A. Nyk --
Poly(methyl methacrylate)-block-polyisobutylene-block-poly(methyl methacrylate) thermoplastic elastomers : synthesis, characterization, and a few mechanical homes / Joseph P. Kennedy and Jack L. Price.

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E. CW(-B/, -B ), there are fewer active sites of both kinds. Addition of B/ increases the number of both Cf and C * to about the same extent. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1992. 2. ch002 Σ 8 û. Σι Figure 7. 65 M, temp. = 50^0, activated with AIEt3 alone: (a) isotactic fraction; (b) atactic fraction. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1992. 30 Yield,g Figure 8. Variation of [MPB] versus polymerization yield, same conditions as in Figure 7 but activated with AIEt3/PES (1:20): (a) isotactic fractions; (b) atactic fraction.

CHIEN Magnesium Chloride Supported Ziegler-Natta Catalyst 41 Catalyst Deactivation. M g C l 2 supported catalysts are characterized by large decay of Rp, which was sometimes attributed to the encapsulation of catalyst by the semicrystalline polymer it produced. The rate of replenishment of consumed monomer by diffusion to reach the encapsulated active sites was said to become progressively slower as polymerization progresses. This postulate was shown to be unimportant {19). The R decay occurs during interrupted polymerizations in the absence of monomer (26-28).

Figure 7. 65 M, temp. = 50^0, activated with AIEt3 alone: (a) isotactic fraction; (b) atactic fraction. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1992. 30 Yield,g Figure 8. Variation of [MPB] versus polymerization yield, same conditions as in Figure 7 but activated with AIEt3/PES (1:20): (a) isotactic fractions; (b) atactic fraction. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1992. 2. CHIEN Magnesium Chloride Supported Ziegler—Natta Catalyst 39 apparently more selective in favor of the creation of isospecific sites.

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