As the reactivity ratios r 1 and r 2 approach zero, there is an increasing tendency towards regularity in repetition of structural units. In an alternating copolymerization, the two monomers M 1 or M 2 are unable to hompolymerize but do copolymerize. Alternating Copolymerization An alternating copolymer consists of two different repeat units that alternate in sequence in the polymer chain. Incremental Polymer Composition as a Function of Monomer Composition for Quasi Alternating Copolymerization The figure above shows the incremental polymer composition as a function of monomer composition for different reactivity ratios.
Summary Alternating Copolymers are composed of two monomers that alternate in sequence in the polymer chain. Copolymerization continues until one of the monomers is used up and then stops. Theromophysical Data Key data on over two hundred and fifty polymers. Polymers Index. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Duplessis, J.
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