[The] effect of Lewis base additives on the addition of 1,1-diphenylethylene to living polyisoprene

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Zimmerman, Erik
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Lee, Sangwoo
Plawsky, Joel L., 1957-
Bae, Chulsung
Issue Date
2017-12
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Chemical engineering
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MS
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Polymeric materials are used for a wide range of applications of daily products to nanotechnology-based functional materials. Polymers are produced by a polymerization process, which merge monomers through covalent bonding in a controlled way to create target chain structures. In polymerization, monomer sequence control is very important to obtain target physical and chemical properties of polymers, especially for ionomers with strongly interacting ionic groups.
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December 2017
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Dept. of Chemical and Biological Engineering
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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
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