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Handbook of transition metal polymerization catalysts.


Handbook of transition metal polymerization catalysts.

Ed. by Raymond E. Hoff and Robert T. Mathers.

John Wiley & Sons


575 pages




Chemists focus here on a very specific group of catalysts that exert some distinctive control on the nature of the polymers formed (except traditional free-radical initiators), some considering a particular catalysts of current or historical importance, and others exploring aspects relevant to the whole group of materials and processes. Among the topics are porous silica in transition metal polymerization catalysts, supported magnesium-titanium-based Ziegler catalysts for producing polyethylene, product morphology in olefin polymerization with polymer-supported metallocene catalysts, copper catalysts for olefin polymerization, ring-opening metathesis polymerizations and acyclic diene metathesis polymerizations with homogeneous ruthenium and molybdenum catalysts and initiators.

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