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Polyethylenes with Combined In-Chain and Side-Chain Functional Groups from Catalytic Terpolymerization of Carbon Monoxide and Acrylate

Polyethylenes with Combined In-Chain and Side-Chain Functional Groups from Catalytic Terpolymerization of Carbon Monoxide and Acrylate

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BAUR, Maximilian, Stefan MECKING, 2022. Polyethylenes with Combined In-Chain and Side-Chain Functional Groups from Catalytic Terpolymerization of Carbon Monoxide and Acrylate. In: ACS Macro Letters. ACS Publications. 11(10), pp. 1207-1211. eISSN 2161-1653. Available under: doi: 10.1021/acsmacrolett.2c00459

@article{Baur2022-10-18Polye-58927, title={Polyethylenes with Combined In-Chain and Side-Chain Functional Groups from Catalytic Terpolymerization of Carbon Monoxide and Acrylate}, year={2022}, doi={10.1021/acsmacrolett.2c00459}, number={10}, volume={11}, journal={ACS Macro Letters}, pages={1207--1211}, author={Baur, Maximilian and Mecking, Stefan} }

Polyethylenes with Combined In-Chain and Side-Chain Functional Groups from Catalytic Terpolymerization of Carbon Monoxide and Acrylate Linear polyethylenes with a combination of incorporated in-chain keto as well as side-chain ester groups are formed by Ni(II)-catalyzed terpolymerization of ethylene, carbon monoxide, and methyl acrylate. These possess a random structure, with largely isolated nonalternating in-chain keto groups as well as ester-substituted units adjacent to the polyethylene chain, whereas the solid-state structure of polyethylene is retained. Molecular weights of the terpolymers (M<sub>n</sub> ∼ 20.000 g mol<sup>–1</sup>) are predominantly determined by chain transfer after acrylate incorporation. 2022-10-27T09:24:45Z Mecking, Stefan 2022-10-18 Mecking, Stefan eng Baur, Maximilian Baur, Maximilian 2022-10-27T09:24:45Z

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