addition polymerization


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ad·di·tion pol·y·me·ri·za·tion

(ă-dishŭn poli-mĕr-ī-zāshŭn)
A chemical reaction in which a higher molecular weight product is produced by addition of simpler compounds.
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Reproducibility of the Michael addition polymerizations of BMI/BTA (2/1 (mol/mol)) in the presence of HQ (HQ/BTA = 1/1 (w/w)) and their reaction rate constants at different temperatures.
M] versus t data obtained from the Michael addition polymerizations of BMI with BTA at 383, 403, and 423 K taken from Fig.
Rheological data for the Michael addition polymerizations of BMI/BTA (2/1 (mol/mol)) in the presence of HQ (HQ/BTA = 1/1 (w/w)) at different temperatures for 1 h.
BTA/HQ] is the reaction rate constant for the reaction between BTA and HQ during the Michael addition polymerization of BMI/BTA in the presence of HQ at T, [HQ] is the concentration of HQ.
4 represents the rate of consumption of the active hydrogen atoms of the >CH2 and >NH groups of BTA during the Michael addition polymerization of BMI/BTA in the presence of HQ.
The parameter [eta](t) (0 < [eta] < 1 ) takes in to account the competition between the Michael addition polymerization of BMI with BTA and the side reaction of BTA with HQ.
M] versus t profile for the Michael addition polymerization of BMI with BTA in the presence of HQ at T.
Effect of Solvent Proton Affinity on Michael Addition Polymerization Kinetics
In addition, the Michael addition polymerization rate ([R.
Figure 5a shows a representative computer modeling result of the Michael addition polymerization of BMI/ BTA in the presence of HQ in NMP at 403 K.
As expected, the Michael addition polymerization rate increases with increasing temperature.