selective polymerization

selective polymerization

[si′lek·tiv pə‚lim·ə·rə′zā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
The polymerization of a single type of molecule in a mixture of monomers; for example, the production of diisobutylene from a mixture of butylenes.
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1977) Highly asymmetric selective polymerization of (RS)-,methylbenzyl methacrylate by Grignard reagent(-)-sparteine catalyst systems.
1982) Kinetic resolution of racemic a-methylbenzyl methacrylate: Asymmetric selective polymerization catalyzed by Grignard reagent-(-)-sparteine derivative complexes.
Also BiCAT metal carboxylates based on bismuth and zinc for controlled activity and selective polymerization.
BiCAT metal carboxylate formulations based on bismuth and zinc are for controlled activity and selective polymerization.
Offers BiCAT and bismuth versalate formulations for controlled activity and selective polymerizations.
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