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Radiation-induced polymerization of isobutylene . 26. Polymerization of optically active 2- and 1,2-substituted butadienes . 27. Polymerization of styrene catalyzed by clay-cracking catalysts . 28. Radiation-induced cationic polymerization of ethylene . 29. Radical-initiated homopolymerization of a-methylstyrene . 30. Free-radical copolymerization of α-olefins with ethylene . 31. Photopolymerization of ethylene . 32. Free-radical polymerization of ethylene at low temperature .