Stereoregular Polymers and Stereospecific Polymerizations - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483198835, 9781483223865

Stereoregular Polymers and Stereospecific Polymerizations

1st Edition

The Contributions of Giulio Natta and His School to Polymer Chemistry

Editors: Giulio Natta Ferdinando Danusso
eBook ISBN: 9781483223865
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1967
Page Count: 488
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Stereoregular Polymers and Stereospecific Polymerizations: The Contributions of Guilio Natta and his School to Polymer Chemistry, Volume 1 covers the developments in understanding the reactions, nomenclature, and physico-chemical properties of polymers. This volume is composed of 82 chapters, and starts with surveys of the synthesis and crystal structure of polymers. Significant chapters are devoted to the characterization of crystalline polymers, with emphasis on the determination of their viscosity and molecular weight. Other chapters deal with stereospecific polymers of olefins, mechanism of stereospecific catalysis, reaction kinetics. This volume also considers the polymerization of synthetic elastomers and the copolymerization of olefins, as well as their reaction kinetics. The remaining chapters describe the X-ray characterization of isotactic polymers. This book is directed toward polymer chemists.

Table of Contents


1. Crystalline High Polymers of α-Olefins

2. A New Class of Polymers of α-Olefins with an Exceptional Regularity of Structure

3. The Crystalline Structure of a New Type of Polypropylene (abstract)

4. The Crystalline Structure of lsotactic Polystyrene (abstract)

5. The Crystalline Structure of lsotactic Polystyrene (abstract)

6. New Researches in the Field of Olefins

7. Synthesis and Structure of Some Crystalline Polyhydrocarbons Containing Asymmetric Carbon Atoms in the Main Chain (abstract)

8. lsotactic Polymers

9. Crystalline Polymers of Butadiene and Structure of 1,2-Polybutadiene

10. The Chain Structure of Crystalline Polyvinylisobutylether (abstract)

11. Synthesis and Properties of Crystalline High Polymers of Branched α-Olefins (abstract)

12. Crystalline Structure of Some Isotactic Poly-α-Olefins (abstract)

13. The Geometric Shape of Spiralized Chains of Isotactic Polymers (abstract)

14. Viscosity Number and Molecular Weight of Fractionated Isotactic Polystyrene (abstract)

15. Stereospecific Polymerization of α-Olefins

16. The Structure of Crystalline 1,2-Polybutadiene and of Other "Syndiotactic" Polymers (abstract)

17. Crystalline Structure of Polypropylene Oxide (abstract)

18. Crystalline Butadiene Polymer With an Isotactic 1,2-Enchainment (abstract)

19. Stereospecific Catalysis and Isotactic Polymers

20. The Crystalline Structure of the New Polymers of Conjugated Diolefins with a Trans-1,4 Enchainment (abstract)

21. Crystalline Structure of Cis-1,4-Polybutadiene and of Cis-1,4-Polyisoprene (abstract)

22. The Crystalline Structure of Isotactic Poly-α-butene (abstract)

23. Some Solution Properties of Isotactic and Atactic Polystyrenes (abstract)

24. Isotactic and Stereoisomeric Polymers

25. Crystalline Structure of Isotactic Polypropylene (abstract)

26. Quantitative Determination of the Crystallinity of Polypropylene (abstract)

27. The Nature of Some Soluble Catalysts for Low-Pressure Ethylene Polymerization

28. Isophasic Dilatometric Transitions of Some Poly-α-Olefins

29. Isotactic Polymers

30. Kinetics of the Stereospecific Polymerization of Propylene to Isotactic Polymers (abstract)

31. Isotactic and Stereoblock Polymers of Propylene

32. A Crystallizable Organometallic Complex Containing Titanium and Aluminium

33. Stereospecific Polymerization of α-Olefins. Note I (abstract)

34. Stereospecific Polymerization of α-Olefins. Note II: The First Syntheses of Linear, Isotactic and Non-isotactic Polymers of Propylene (abstract)

35. Stereospecific Polymerization of α-Olefins. Note III: Polymerization of Propylene with Catalysts having a Different Degree of Stereospecificity (abstract)

36. New Synthetic Elastomers

37. The Nature of Some Soluble Catalysts for the Low-Pressure Polymerization of Ethylene

38. Kinetics of Chain Growth and Termination Processes in the Stereospecific Polymerization of Propylene (abstract)

39. Dilatometric Properties and Structure of the Isomeric Polymers of Ethylene and of α-Olefins (abstract)

40. Copolymerization of Ethylene with Aliphatic α-Olefins. Note I. Preliminary Studies on the Copolymerization of Ethylene with Propylene (abstract)

41. Copolymerization of Ethylene with Aliphatic α-Olefins. Note II: The Copolymerization Reactivity Ratios with Catalysts Obtained from Vanadium Oxychloride and Alkylaluminums (abstract)

42. Stereospecific Catalysis and Stereoisomeric Polymers. Preparation of Fibres, Plastics and New Elastomers

43. The Polymerization of Propylene with Catalysts Obtained from Titanium Tetrachloride. Note I: The Influence of the Type of Alkylaluminium on the Polymerization of Propylene (abstract)

44. The Polymerization of Propylene with Catalysts Obtained from Titanium Tetrachloride. Note II: Catalysts from Organometallic Compounds of Metals of the I, II and III Groups of the Periodic Table (abstract)

45. The Polymerization of Propylene with Catalysts Obtained from Titanium Tetrachloride. Note III: The Influence of Temperature on the Stereospecificity of the Polymerization (abstract)

46. Structure of Amorphous, High Polymers of α-Olefins, with Special Emphasis on Polyethylene (abstract)

47. Crystallizable Complexes of Titanium and Aluminium which are Catalytically Active in the Polymerization of Ethylene (abstract)

48. Stereospecific Polymerization Obtained by Means of Coordinated Anionic Catalysis

49. Kinetics of Propylene Polymerization with Highly Stereospecific Heterogeneous Catalysts. Note I: Overall Kinetics of the Polymerization Process (abstract)

50. Kinetics of Propylene Polymerization with Highly Stereospecific Heterogeneous Catalysts. Note II: The Nature of the Settling Period (abstract)

51. Copolymerization of Ethylene with Aliphatic α-Olefins. Note III: Ethylene-Propylene Copolymerization with Catalysts Obtained from Vanadium Tetrachloride (abstract)

52. The Mechanism and Kinetics of the Polymerization of α-Olefins

53. The Crystalline Structure of Isotactic 1,2-Polybutadiene (abstract)

54. The Stereospecific Polymerization of α-Olefins. Note IV: The Polymerization of Propylene with Titanium Chlorides and Different Trialkylaluminums (abstract)

55. Applications of the Electron Diffraction Method to the Study of Polymer Structures

56. Crystal Structure of the Complex (C5H5)2TiCI2AI(C2H5)2

57. Kinetics of Propylene Polymerization with Highly Stereospecific Heterogeneous Catalysts. Note III: Chain Termination Processes Depending on Catalyst Concentration (abstract)

58. Kinetics of Propylene Polymerization with Highly Stereospecific Heterogeneous Catalysts. Note IV: Influence of Temperature and Pressure on the Kinetics of Growth and Termination Processes (abstract)

59. Crystalline Structure of Organometallic Complexes Containing Aluminum and Titanium (abstract)

60. Atactic and Stereoblock Polymers of α-Olefins (abstract)

61. Polymorphism of Crystalline Titanium Trichloride (abstract)

62. Chromatographic Fractionation of Stereoblock Polymers (abstract)

63. Kinetics of Propylene Polymerization with Highly Stereospecific Heterogeneous Catalysts. Note V: Study of the Chain Transfer Processes with HC Labelled Alkylaluminium Compounds (abstract)

64. Potentiometric Analysis of Aluminum Alkyl Compounds (abstract)

65. Isophasic Transitions of Polymers of n-Aliphatic α-Olefins (abstract)

66. A Kinetic Interpretation of the Study of the Formation of Stereoblock Polymers (abstract)

67. Stereospecific Polymerization of Styrene. Note I: Information and Problems of Crystalline Polystyrene (abstract)

68. Stereospecific Polymerization of Conjugated Diolefins. Note I: Synthesis and Structure of trans-1,4-polydiolefins (abstract)

69. Stereospecific Polymerization of Styrene. Note II: Features of the Catalytic System TiCI4-AI(C2H5)3 (abstract)

70. Conformation of Linear Chains and Their Mode of Packing in the Crystal State

71. Stereospecific Polymerization of Conjugated Diolefins with Catalysts Containing Different TiCl3 Modifications (abstract)

72. Polymerization of Ethylene with Soluble Catalysts (abstract)

73. Isotactic Polymers of Methyl-substituted Styrenes (abstract)

74. X-ray Characterization of Some New Isotactic Polymers (abstract)

75. The Interpretation of the I.R. Spectrum of lsotactic Polypropylene (abstract)

76. Isotactic Polymers of Silicon-Containing Vinyl Monomers

77. Radiochemical Determination of the Number of Active Centres in Stereospecific Polymerization Catalysts (abstract)

78. Kinetics of Propylene Polymerization with Highly Stereospecific Heterogeneous Catalysts. Note VI: Determination of the Active Centres by Kinetic Methods (abstract)

79. Stereospecific Polymerizations and Catalysis

80. Problems Concerning the Viscosity of Polypropylenes in Solution (abstract)

81. Stereospecific Polymerization of Acetylene (abstract)

82. Structure of Linear Low Polymers of Acetylene (abstract)




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No. of pages:
488
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1967
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483223865

About the Editor

Giulio Natta

Ferdinando Danusso