volume 9, issue 6, P1685-1699 1971
DOI: 10.1002/pol.1971.150090618
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Abstract: Abstract A kinetic study of the thermal polymerization of acrylonitrile initiated by chromic acid–reducing agent (n‐butanol, ethylene glycol, cyclohexanone, and acetaldehyde) systems was made. Chromic acid alone did not initiate polymerization under deaerated or undeaerated conditions. On the basis of the experimental determination of the dependencies of various variables on the rate of polymerization Rp, the rate of chromium (VI) disappearance −RM, the degree of polymerization DP, etc., a reasonable kinetic …

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