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3. 8 x 10-1M, Numbers indicate Mw/Mn values. -- ~· i' f. 'i! 6 WprB (g) Fig. 8 x 10-lM. Numbers indicate MwMn values. heterogeneous. This circumstance and the very rapid propagation (relative to initiation) in these diluents results in somewhat broader than Poisson molecular weight distributions. , polymerizations were complete in 60 seconds at -30°C) we used the incremental monomer addition technique as described in Section II to study the ~ versus g PIB formed profile. Figure 4 shows some of the results.
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Advances in Polyolefins: The World’s Most Widely Used Polymers by Raymond B. Seymour, Tai Cheng (auth.), Raymond B. Seymour, Tai Cheng (eds.)