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Principles of Coordination Polymerisation 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0470841419
ISBN-10: 0470841419
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"..almost certainly the most comprehensive book to be produced covering this area...it will be no surprise if the book becomes a benchmark for some years to come." (Reactive & Functional Polymers)

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Principles of Coordination Polymerisation, is one of the first books to offer a unified and almost complete view of coordination polymerisation. It focuses on the polymerisation of monomers, belonging to all the important classes of hydrocarbons and non-hydrocarbon monomers, in the presence of various kinds of coordination catalysts.

Taking a user-friendly approach the book examines how the catalyst is involved in each step of the monomer coordination polymerisation process and presents:
* the basic mechanisms which occur during the coordination polymerisation process
* coordination polymerisation of unsaturated hydrocarbon monomers, such as olefins
* problems connected with coordination polymerisation of non-hydrocarbon monomers, such as heterocyclic and heterounsaturated monomers
* the role of co-polymerisation in the plastics and rubber industries
* useful problem exercises at the end of each chapter
Written by a polymer and organometallic scientist with over 30 years experience of monomer polymerisation, this book will be essential reading for graduate researchers studying polymer science and all research scientists in the plastics and rubber industries.

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