Catalytic Olefin Polymerization: Proceedings of the by International Symposium on Recent Developments in Olefin

By International Symposium on Recent Developments in Olefin polymerizatio, Tominaga Keii, Kazuo Soga

Fresh improvement of a brand new iteration of Ziegler-Natta Catalysts utilizing both magnesium dichloride as service or methylaluminoxane as cocatalyst has markedly prompted the examine task within the box of olefin polymerization. those discoveries haven't in basic terms yielded within your means methods for polyolefin creation but in addition opened tips on how to a brand new iteration of novel polymers. furthermore, the character of energetic species is being clarified good through the trouble to simplify catalyst platforms. the current quantity comprises 38 papers from the 31 lectures and 18 posters provided on the symposium on `Recent advancements in Olefin Polymerization Catalysts', which coated the subsequent issues: evaluate of super-active homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysts, kinetic profile of olefin polymerization together with copolymerization, characterization of catalysts and polymers, tools for the decision of lively heart focus, function of Lewis bases at the catalysts isospecificity, polymerization mechanisms, and artificial pathways for functionalized polyolefins.

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Dordrecht, 1980, p 85. 20. D. Caunt, S . T. P. , Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1988, p 105. 21. A. D. B. Chumaevskii, and Yu. I. Ennakov, React. Kinet. Catal. , 1, 247 (1974). 22. T. L. O. Jejelowo, Makromol. , Rapid C o m n . , 393 (1988). 2, This Page Intentionally Left Blank 29 3. Gas Phase Polymerization of Propene with MgCh Supported Catalyst A. GUYOT’) , R. SPIT2 ’ ), C. L. LACOMBE 2’ - Laboratoire des Materiaux Organiques 1) CNRS BP 24 - 69390 VERNAISON (France) - 2) DPFG ATOCHEM Mont 64300 ORTHEZ (France) - BP 3 ARGAGNON - ABSTRACT Gas phase polymerizations were achieved in a stirred reactor with the catalytic system comprising a magnesium chloride, dibutylphtalate and titane tetrachloride solid and a trialkylaluminium (AA) phenyltriethoxysilane cocatalytic mixture.

232 mol 16 P. J. T. Tait, I. A. Jaber and A. J. Loontjens The rate of polymerization increases rapidly with polymerization time for A1:Ti > 58:1, reaching a maximum value in 2-6 min, depending on the A1:Ti molar ratio. Thereafter the rate of polymerization decreases with the polymerization time. , A1:Ti = 38:1, much lower activity is obtained, although the rate-time profile shows good stability. It is evident from Figure 2 that the decrease in the rate of polymerization is dependent on the triethylaluminium concentration at constant catalyst concentration.

Tait, I. A. Jaber and A. J. Loontjens The rate of polymerization increases rapidly with polymerization time for A1:Ti > 58:1, reaching a maximum value in 2-6 min, depending on the A1:Ti molar ratio. Thereafter the rate of polymerization decreases with the polymerization time. , A1:Ti = 38:1, much lower activity is obtained, although the rate-time profile shows good stability. It is evident from Figure 2 that the decrease in the rate of polymerization is dependent on the triethylaluminium concentration at constant catalyst concentration.

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