Satoshi Inoue, Takeo Kumagai, Hajime Tamezawa, Hiroyuki Aota, Akira Matsumoto, Katsutoshi Yokoyama, Yasuo Matoba and Michirou Shibano Pursuit of reinitiation efficiency of resonance-stabilized monomeric allyl radical generated via “degradative monomer chain transfer” in allyl polymerization Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 49
To understand deeply the allyl polymerization mechanism, the reinitiation efficiency of resonance-stabilized monomeric allyl radical generated via “degradative monomer chain transfer” was pursued, because in allyl polymerization, it is commonly conceived that the monomer chain transfer is essentially a termination reaction. The reinitiation efficiencies of monomeric allyl radical in the temperature range of 80–130 °C were estimated by the dead-end polymerizations of allyl benzoate using a small amount of initiators. Thus, the enhanced reinitiation at a higher temperature could bias the well-known degradative monomer chain transfer characteristic of allyl polymerization toward the chain transfer in common vinyl polymerization.
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