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ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2012. ch004 Introduction Since the pioneering work on controlled/living radical polymerization, much work has been done to date on homo- and copolymerization reactions. A lot of attention has been directed towards understanding and comparing the kinetic and mechanistic features in both controlled/living radical copolymerization (LRcP) and conventional free radical copolymerization (FRcP) (1–5). However, very little experimental data has been published in the literature in which the radical ratios in a copolymerization system have been compared for an LRcP vs.
ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2012. ch003 Cα-Cβ bond at lower temperatures and p-π interaction between phenyl ring and p-orbital of the radical. These spectra showed that chain initiating radicals were observed in the temperature range. Addition reactions to form the chain initiating radicals could be examined at these temperatures. Figure 6. TR ESR spectra of chain initiating radical of tBA and its simulated spectrum and structure. Temperature dependent changes are also shown.
Addition reactions to form the chain initiating radicals could be examined at these temperatures. Figure 6. TR ESR spectra of chain initiating radical of tBA and its simulated spectrum and structure. Temperature dependent changes are also shown. TR ESR spectroscopy can also provide kinetic information. In principle, a TR ESR spectrum has two axes. One is the magnetic field and the other is time. Time profile of the signal contains kinetics information. Since TR ESR spectra rose immediately after the laser pulse irradiation and the signal rapidly decayed according to the transient nature of the radicals, each spectroscopic line in Figure 7 shows rise and decay time profiles.