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Tacticity of Poly(Methyl Methacrylate). Evidence for a Penpenultimate Group Effect in Free-Radical Polymerization

G Moad, DH Solomon, TH Spurling, SR Johns and RI Willing

Australian Journal of Chemistry 39(1) 43 - 50
Published: 1986

Abstract

The tacticity of poly(methyl methacrylate ) prepared by free-radical polymerization has been determined by analysing the carbonyl region of the 13C n.m.r . spectrum. This analysis demonstrates that the addition of poly(methyl methacrylyl ) radical to methyl methacrylate in benzene at 60°C is subject to a significant penpenultimate unit effect. The probability of forming a meso dyad is some 20% less if the preceding dyad in the chain is also meso . The polymerization (60°C, benzene) is described by the following parameters P(m) = 0.202, P(m|m) = 0.159, P(r | m) = 0.212.



Full text doi:10.1071/CH9860043

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