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Introduction by H Mark
An Introduction to the General Theory of Condensation Polymers
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a-anhydride a-polymer acetic acid acetone acetylene adipic alcohol amount Anal anhydride aniline atoms behavior benzene Bibliography and Remarks boiling bromide bromoprene Calcd carbinol carbonate catalysts chain Chem Chim chloroacetic acid chloroform chloroprene compounds condensation crystalline crystals cyclic esters decamethylene deﬁnite depolymerization described dibasic acids dilute dimer dissolved distillate esters ether ethyl ethyl acetate ethylene succinate Experimental ﬁbers ﬁlaments ﬁltered ﬁnally ﬁrst ﬁve ﬂask formation formed formula Found fractions glycol groups heated high polymers hydrocarbons hydrogen chloride hydroxide identiﬁed insoluble isoprene Journ ketones lactone linear liquid material melting point mixture mole molecular weight molecules monoanilide monomer monomeric obtained odor oxalate oxide paper poly polyamide polyanhydride polyesters polymerization prepared present properties react reﬂuxed residue rubber rubber-like sample sebacic sodium solid soluble solution solvents Station of E. I. Staudinger structural unit synthetic temperature Tetramethylene tion trimethylene vinylacetylene viscous W. H. Carothers yield