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

Catalysis continues to be a desirable assembly flooring of information and adventure, of theories and of experimentation belonging to varied disciplines of technological know-how. Catalysis isn't really a technology, it's a phenomenon. it may possibly come up in reference to an essential biochemical approach, an industrially vital chemical response, an engaging intramolecular rearrangement, a meson-influenced nuclear swap, a combustion technique, an atomic spin transmutation, or innumerable different rale tactics. The phenomenon of catalysis arises in reference to many medical endeavors, and it contains many and various medical rules. during this quantity of the Advances in Catalysis and similar topics, we now have endured our try and acquire growth and built-in wisdom towards a greater medical figuring out of catalyzed cost procedures.

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It was then found that it is possible to remove throughly from the polymer the last traces of unreacted ethylaluminum or of its soluble complexes with titanium compounds by washing with anhydrous hydrocarbon. 2). There is evidence that sometimes a permanent radioactive contamination of the polymer appears when one adds to a suspension of the polymer in n-heptane 14C-labeled triethylaluminum and certain samples of a-titanium trichloride (particularly when the a-TiClr contains Tic14 or other compounds of Ti( IV) , as impurities).

Tests performed with W-labeled Al(C2HI)a at 70' and 960 mm. ) KINETICS O F POLYMERIZATION OF a-OLEFINS 43 have, respectively, the same numerical value as 6 and & . In this case, we shall find + Et 1/2, = l/Zno (25) The reciprocal of the intrinsic viscosities of the polymer would be a unique and linear function of the amount of ethyl groups (deriving from ethylaluminum found in the polymer. This appears to be confirmed (except for some small irregularities, for high concentrations of ethylaluminum) by the data plotted in Fig.

Of polymerized CsHa) of the non-atactic polypropylene fraction, as function of the square root of the a-TiCls amount in the catalytic system. (Tests performed with W-labeled A1(CzHs)s at t = 70°, ~ c , H=~ 450 mm. Hg, ground a-TiC13: sample A). and with Merent amounts of titanium trichloride is approximately a linear function of the square root of the amount of titanium trichloride introduced in unit volume of the catalytic system (Fig. 25) ( 4 2 ) . Similar results have been obtained by analyzing the amorphous fractions of polypropylene (Fig.

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