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Solution properties of isotactic polypropylene grafted with styrene studied by light-scattering and by viscometry

D. Lath, P. Citovický, R. Kazík, and E. Lathová

Polymer Institute, Centre for Chemical Research, Slovak Academy of Sciences, CS-842 36 Bratislava

 

Abstract: A copolymer of isotactic polypropylene and polystyrene was synthesized by polypropylene grafting. With the increasing time of polymerization its molecular mass increased. This supports the course of this type of polymerization under existence of long-living radicals. The copolymer was kept in solution at room temperature by high-molecular branches of polystyrene and formed aggregates which can disintegrate at increased temperature.

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Chemical Papers 40 (4) 453–459 (1986)

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