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Living Radical Polymerization by the RAFT Process—A First Update

Graeme Moad A, Ezio Rizzardo A, San H. Thang A

CSIRO Molecular and Health Technologies, Bag 10, Clayton South, VIC 3169, Australia. Email: graeme.moad@csiro.au; ezio.rizzardo@csiro.au; san.thang@csiro.au
 
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Abstract

This paper provides a first update to the review of living radical polymerization achieved with thiocarbonylthio compounds (ZC(=S)SR) by a mechanism of Reversible Addition–Fragmentation chain Transfer (RAFT) published in June 2005. The time since that publication has witnessed an increased rate of publication on the topic with the appearance of well over 200 papers covering various aspects of RAFT polymerization ranging over reagent synthesis and properties, kinetics, and mechanism of polymerization, novel polymer syntheses, and diverse applications.

   


    
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