By Krzysztof Matyjaszewski
Provides new advancements in controlled/living radical polymerization in 3 components: atom move radical polymerization (ATRP), nitroxide mediated polymerization (NMP), and reversible addition-fragmentation move (RAFT). additionally comprises synthesis and characterization of many new materials.
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For (a), the solid line shows eq 1 with the independently determined rate constants (Table la), and the dotted line is the best-fit representation of the plots (quares) according to eq 3 (see also the text). For (b), the solid and broken lines show eqs 2 and 4, respectively, with the independently determined k value (Table la). ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2003. ch003 #m in 1 Figure 3. Plot of (a) ln([M][M]) vs Ρ and φ) [Y^OKB)]' VS tfor the styrene/t-butylbenzene/PS-Br/Cu(I)Br/dHbipy/(VRU^ (UO°C): [PSBrJo = 13 mM; [Cu(I)Br] = 10 mM; [dHbipy] = 30 mM; fVR110J = 0 (· · and * ) and 40 mM(* ); [styrene]/[t-butylbenzene] = 50/50 v/v.
ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2003. MFT 36 2 led to an estimate of the related rate constant of fragmentation k of about 10~ s" , typically (72). The other is the cross-termination between the intermediate and the linear radical P* with a rate constant ft comparable in magnitude to k (cf. Scheme 2b). This assumption led to an estimate of k of about 10 s" (73). Between these two estimates of fc is a difference of 7 orders of magnitude. 08) and initiated by the conventional initiator AlBN (14).