graft polymerization by SR Romanian-US Seminar on Polymer Science 1st Jassy 1976
Unsolved problems of co- and graft polymerization by SR Romanian-US Seminar on Polymer Science 1st Jassy 1976. Otto Vogl, Cristofor I. Simionescu. Published August 1979 by John Wiley & Sons Inc.
Journal of polymer science. Polymerization of 3 occurred very readily with a variety of cationic initiators. Polymer symposia (Online). Protonic acids gave high conversion to soluble polymer which was of moderate molecular weight (ζinh . 5), liquid (rubber), and consisted of a 60:40 mixture of isomers (probably trans:cis) detected by NMR. Cationic polymerization of 4 also occurred readily. Problems such as permature curing and polymer degradation at higher temperatures arise from incomplete removal of the palladium and copper from the reaction products.
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In 1970, Vogl was appointed professor in the new program of polymer .
In 1970, Vogl was appointed professor in the new program of polymer science and engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. At the beginning of 1983, he accepted the newly created position of Herman F. Mark Chair of Polymer Science at Polytechnic University. Radical Co- and Graft Polymerization: Unsolved Problems, J. D. Wiley (Interscience), ^ Viorica Dobrescu and Otto Vogl, Second . Polymer Science and Engineering in Academy Institutes in the Northern Part of the People's Republic of China (North of the Yangtze): Part I: "Beijing", Polymer News, 10, 25–27 (1984).
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