Advances in Polyolefins: The World’s Most Widely Used by Raymond B. Seymour, Tai Cheng (auth.), Raymond B. Seymour,

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21 3. 4. 5. 22 H. V. Pechmann, Berichte der Deutsche Chemischer Gesellschaft, 32, (II) 2301 (III) 3681 (1899); Bamberger and Tschirner, Berichte der Deutsche Chemischer Gesellschaft, 33, 955 (1900); A. Nasini and G. Saini, Atti Acad. Scien. Torino:-90, 586 (1955); w. Lwovski, "Nitrenes," John Wiley (1970). "Fluoropolymers," A. , Wiley-Interscience, New York (1972). G. S. Whitby and H. Mark, "Collected papers of Wallace H. Carothers," Interscience Publishers, New York (1940). ESTIMATING POLY(1-ALKENE) PROPERTIES FROM OLIGOMER AND REPEAT UNIT DIMENSIONS Charles H.

L. Hoover, and o. Vogl, Macromolecules,~. · 222 (1978). 21 3. 4. 5. 22 H. V. Pechmann, Berichte der Deutsche Chemischer Gesellschaft, 32, (II) 2301 (III) 3681 (1899); Bamberger and Tschirner, Berichte der Deutsche Chemischer Gesellschaft, 33, 955 (1900); A. Nasini and G. Saini, Atti Acad. Scien. Torino:-90, 586 (1955); w. Lwovski, "Nitrenes," John Wiley (1970). "Fluoropolymers," A. , Wiley-Interscience, New York (1972). G. S. Whitby and H. Mark, "Collected papers of Wallace H. Carothers," Interscience Publishers, New York (1940).

Somayajulu35 published methylene increments (m in Table III) for several thermodynamic and other properties at 25°C. The limiting properties calculated from Somayajulu's methylene increments also are given in Table III. The limiting densities calculated from Somayajulu 's CH2 increments agree with those in Table I. , dipole moments, vapor pressure, fluidity, iodine number, saponification value, acid strength, functional groups, and water solubility. Correlating Properties of the Higher Poly(1-Alkenes) with Repeat Unit Dimensions The polypropylene and higher polyolefin properties were correlated with repeat unit dimensions with the following useful assumptions: (1) the poly(1-alkenes) may be treated as homologs in which the pendant n-alkyl groups are the principal polymer chain for correlation purposes; (2} as the formula weight (M) and number of carbons (C) in the pendant groups approach infinity, the polyolefin properties (P 00 ) resemble those of an infinite- 25 Table I.

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