Comprehensive Polymer Science: The Synthesis, Characterization, Reactions & Applications of Polymers
Geoffrey Allen, J. C. Bevington, Geoffrey C. Eastmond
Elsevier Science Limited, 1989 - Science - 897 pages
Volume 3 contains over 50 chapters describing chain polymerization and covers general characteristics, free-radical polymerization, anionic polymerization and cationic polymerization.
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Contents of All Volumes Volume 1 Polymer Characterization Introduction 1 Perspectives
Averages and Distributions
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acetate acid active centres active species addition alkenes alkoxide alkyl anionic atom C. H. Bamford carbanionic carbenium carbenium ions carbocation carbon catalyst cationic polymerization chain end chain transfer Chem complex compounds conversion copolymer copolymerization counterion cyclic oligomers decrease depends derived dimer dissociation double bond effect end groups equation equilibrium erization ester ethylene Faraday Soc formation formed free radical halides Higashimura hydrogen increase initiation involving ion pairs ionic isotactic J. P. Kennedy kinetic lactam linear living polymerization Macromolecules Makromol mechanism metal methacrylate methyl molecular weight distribution monomer monomer concentration NCAs nucleophilic obtained oligomers oxide Penczek peroxide polar Polym polymer chain polymeriz proton radical polymerization rate constants reaction reactivity ratios reactor redox ring ring-opening polymerization salts Scheme shown Sigwalt solution solvation solvent stability steric structure studies styrene substituted Symp Szwarc temperature template termination Trans values vinyl ethers