volume 4, issue 4, P344-360 1931
DOI: 10.1139/cjr31-025
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Abstract: On heating samples of polyindene to temperatures below those necessary to effect pyrolytic distillation, they suffer cracking, as evidenced by a fall in molecular weight. Such cracking takes place the more readily, the higher the molecular weight of the sample taken. On subjecting polyindene to slow pyrolytic distillation at 2 mm. up to bath temperatures of 400 °C., there is obtained a distillate containing indene, diindene and triindene. The residue consists of low polymers. Under these conditions cracking i…

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