Controlled/Living Radical Polymerization: Progress in RAFT, by Krzysztof Matyjaszewski (Eds.)

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ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2009. ch004 55 Figure 2. 0) and dependence of m contents on [thiourea]0/[M]0 in radical polymerization of NIPAM in CH2Cl2 at –78 °C: [M]0/[thiourea]0/[n-Bu3B]0 = 500/0-750/50 mM, with O2. The isospecificities in these polymerizations were lower than the reported ones mediated by metal triflates (20b). ; the m value for DMAM is the highest (m = 74%) and that for NIPAM is almost the same (m = 68%) with the reported highest value for the substituted N-oxide derivatives in CHCl3 at –60 °C (24e).

Figure 1 plots the dependence of the isotactic contents (m) on the amounts of the additives (1–3) in CH2Cl2 at –78 °C. Upon increasing the initial concentrations of 1 and 2, the m values increased from 55% to about 75% although the dependences were slightly different. In contrast, there were almost no changes due to 3. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2009. ch004 53 Figure 1. 0) and dependence of m contents on [thiourea]0/[M]0 in radical polymerization of DMAM in CH2Cl2 at –78 °C: [M]0/[thiourea]0/[n-Bu3B]0 = 500/0-750/50 mM, with O2.

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