Anionic Polymerization by L. J. Ferry

By L. J. Ferry

This exhaustive reference textual content systematically introduces the fundamental theories and experimental equipment of anionic polymerization in addition to the synthesis, research, and features of anionically polymerized items.

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The difference between the absorption maxima of the cis and trans ions is quite small, viz. 287 and 305 nm, respectively. Allowing a solution of poly(isoprenyl)lithium in THF to warm to 30 °C results in a chemical change to a species having a broad asymmetric absorption band with a maximum near 330 nm. This process was retarded bythe presence of lithium tetraphenylborate -- presumably by suppressing dissociation into the free carbanion. Lowering the temperature of Anionic Polymerizationsof Non-Polar Monomers InvolvingLithium 45 such an "isomerized" solution to --30 °C caused no spectral change.

In the alternative approach (b) the in-chain units may be perdeuterated and the terminal unit hydrogen containing when IH-NMR spectroscopy is to be employed. Where 13C-NMR is planned, capping may be performed with a ~3C enriched monomer. Morton et al. 141) were the first to study the poty(butadienyl)lithium anionic chain end using (b). They found no evidence of 1,2-chain ends and concluded that only t,4-structures having the lithium cy-bonded to the terminal carbon were present. A later study by Bywater et al.

Monomer interaction with associated organolithiums was involved in a mechanism advanced by Brown in 1965 5) The foregoing information demonstrates that no single process, such as that shown in Eq. (24), can be invoked to describe the initiation event in hydrocarbon solvents, particularly under conditions leading to the preparation of high molecular weight polymer. Obviously, aggregated organolithiums can react directly with olefinic and diolefinic monomers. This is, perhaps, to be expected since there does not exist any obvious or compelling feature of the bonding patterns in organolithium aggregates that indicates that these species by necessity should be unreactive toward olefinic or diolefinic monomers.

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