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By P.W. Selwood, and Paul B. Weisz. D.D. Eley

Catalysis continues to be a desirable assembly flooring of data and event, of theories and of experimentation belonging to numerous disciplines of technological know-how. Catalysis isn't a technological know-how, it's a phenomenon. it could come up in reference to an important biochemical method, an industrially vital chemical response, an attractive intramolecular rearrangement, a meson-influenced nuclear swap, a combustion strategy, an atomic spin transmutation, or innumerable different rale procedures. The phenomenon of catalysis arises in reference to many medical endeavors, and it consists of many and various clinical rules. during this quantity of the Advances in Catalysis and comparable matters, we've got persevered our try and gather growth and built-in wisdom towards a greater medical knowing of catalyzed fee methods.

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Similar results have been obtained by analyzing the fraction of amorphous polymer (Fig. 23) (38). 3. Polymeric Isotactic Chains Bound lo the Aluminum Determinations of aluminum have been carried out on fractions of polymeric product containing isotactic chains deriving from the polymerization. These measurements were performed in an attempt to establish whether the chain transfer process, depending on the alkylaluminum concentration, leads to the formation of macromolecules which remain bound to the aluminum.

This point will be discussed in one of the next paragraphs. All the reported data relating to radioactivity measurements have been corrected for radioactive contamination. The use of "C-labeled triethylaluminum allowed us to demonstrate that the quantity of -C2H6 groups [deriving from A1(C2H6)3]which is bound to the non-atactic polymer a t the end of the polymerization, when operating with a constant amount of titanium trichloride, is a linear function of the square root of the alkylaluminum concentration (Fig.

13 The data are related to the polymers insoluble in n-heptane a t room temperature and include also the stereoblock polymera soluble in bailing n-heptane (b7% of the whole polymer). (I 48 49 K I N E T I C S O F POLYMERIZATION O F &OLEFINS TABLE VIII Polymerization of Propylene to Zsotactic Polymer wilh the a-TiClr-Al(CzH,) n-Heptane Catalytic System. Tests Performed at t = 70", 1450 mm. /l. h Al T i' mol . 84 x x x lo-* 10-9 10-2 X 10-0 X lo-* X X X X X x x 10-2 lo-* lo-* 10-2 10-2 10-0 Polymerization time, hr.

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