By Krzysztof Matyjaszewski

Offers new advancements in controlled/living radical polymerization in 3 components: atom move radical polymerization (ATRP), nitroxide mediated polymerization (NMP), and reversible addition-fragmentation move (RAFT). additionally contains synthesis and characterization of many new materials.

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The concentration of the 3-arm chain relative to that of the linear chain was proportional to the concentration of the RAFT agent, as the theory demanded. This analysis also indicated that kC is similar to k in magnitude (15). The GPC chart of the 3-arm chain, taken after having been kept at 60°C for 25h, showed no detectable change, indicating that the chain is stable, and the crosstermination is a virtually irreversible process, at least at and below 60°C (15). The importance of the cross-termination for a given RAFT system depends essentially on the magnitude of the equilibrium constant ATRAFT in that system, as eq 8 indicates.

The fragmentation rate constant k = ^(/KRAFT evaluated with the known addition rate constant fc (Table le) was about 7 x l 0 s" . This means that the fragmentation in this system is a fast process. ) Combination of eq 7 with the equilibrium relation gives Rp = R ,o{ 1 + , W ( V p W-X] }- 1 / 2 8 (> 0 where R is the polymerization rate for the RAFT agent-free ([P-X] = 0) system. 8 (14). Namely, the cross-termination rate constant kC is similar to Iq. If the cross-termination is recombination rather than disproportionation, it will produce a 3-arm star chain.

43 (28). ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2003. ch004 56 Macroradicals with the radical site being located somewhere on the backbone should primarily occur at high degrees of monomer conversion and, within S P PLP experiments, at large observation times, where t exceeds the time interval estimated for the transfer-to-polymer reaction. A t lower conversions and at shorter observation times t, termination should proceed primarily via chain-end encounters. 16. 2 up to 15 or even 20 % monomer conversion, which is well above the range in which the polymer solution is considered to be dilute.

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