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|Title:||520b Dynamic prediction of microstructure and molecular size in coordination terpolymerizations including cross-linking and branching|
Costa, Mário Rui
|Publisher:||American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)|
|Citation:||Dias, Rolando; Costa, Mário (2006) - 520b Dynamic prediction of microstructure and molecular size in coordination terpolymerizations including cross-linking and branching. AIChE Annual Meeting. San Francisco. ISBN 081691012X.|
|Abstract:||The production of terpolymers using coordination catalysts is a subject with a great industrial importance, being the ethylene-propylene-diene (EPDM) the most representative chemical system within this class of polymers[1-4]. For technical reasons, only a very low content (less than 2 mol %) of diene monomer (such as ethylidene norbornene (ENB)) can usually be incorporated in the terpopolymer. Chain branching and cross-linking, leading eventually to gel formation are important limiting factors to increase the diene content as desired to obtain products with improved properties.|
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