1,4-dioxane

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1,4-dioxane

[¦wən ¦fȯr dī′äk‚sān]
(organic chemistry)
C4H8O2 The cyclic ether of ethylene glycol; it is soluble in water in all proportions and is used as a solvent.
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The appropriate amounts of monomers, CTA, and ACVA were dissolved in p-dioxane (30 mL) under stirring at room temperature.
The calculated amount of macro-CTA was dissolved in p-dioxane (15 mL) before adding different amounts of the second monomer and the initiator.
p-Dioxane (Merck) was refluxed over sodium and distilled from aluminum lithium hydride.
For the synthesis of an NTBA-MA copolymer, various molar ratios of NTBA and MA were dissolved in p-dioxane in a round-bottom flask equipped with a magnetic stir bar and in a thermostated silicon oil bath at 65 [+ or -] 0.1[degrees]C and a nitrogen inlet.
To the determine the monomer reactivity ratios, the copolymerization of NTBA with MA using various monomer feed ratios was carried out in p-dioxane by free radical copolymerization in the presence of AIBN as an initiator in nitrogen inlet.