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Tuning the active species from syndiospecific styrene polymerisation to ethylene/styrene copolymerisation by (aryloxo)(cyclopentadienyl)titanium complexes-MAO catalysts



Tuning the active species from syndiospecific styrene polymerisation to ethylene/styrene copolymerisation by (aryloxo)(cyclopentadienyl)titanium complexes-MAO catalysts



Dalton Transactions 2007(18): 1802-1806



Exclusive formation of poly(ethylene-co-styrene)s were observed by introduction of ethylene into the solution of syndiospecific styrene polymerisation using Cp'TiCl(2)(O-2,6-(i)Pr(2)C(6)H(3)) (Cp' = 1,2,4-Me(3)C(5)H(2), tert-BuC(5)H(4))-MAO catalysts without by-production of syndiotactic polystyrene, whereas the styrene polymerisation did not proceed when ethylene was removed from the reaction mixture of ethylene/styrene copolymerisation.

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DOI: 10.1039/b701003f


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