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By Lauprêtre, Françoise; Monnerie, Lucien; Halary, Jean-Louis

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Under the trade name of celluloid, this material had a certain commercial success, until it was supplanted by another artificial polymer— cellulose acetate—to get around its flammability. The early 1900s saw the birth of the first truly synthetic polymers to be patented, first Bakelite in 1907, made from phenol and formaldehyde, and then poly(vinyl chloride) in 1914. 2), chemists learned how to produce many synthetic polymers including polystyrene, polyethylene, poly(methyl methacrylate), acrylics, polyamides, epoxy resins, silicones, and so on.

2. 2. A major descriptor can be seen on this diagram: It is the molecular weight between entanglements, Me. To get a deeper understanding of the meaning of Me , let us consider cis-1,4-polyisoprene (natural rubber), atactic PS, PMMA, and BPA-PC, which are un-cross-linked amorphous polymers. For all these polymers, the chains look like a spaghetti dish at the molecular scale, they Polymer Materials: Macroscopic Properties and Molecular Interpretations, First Edition. Jean Louis Halary, Françoise Lauprêtre, Lucien Monnerie.

5. Stereochemical forms of polymers with CH2–CHR as their repeat unit. 6. Scheme of the stereoregular polymerization of a CH2=CHR monomer. 2. 2); in terms of practical applications, the most important copolymers are the block copolymers and the random copolymers. There are many examples of block copolymers obtained by sequential anionic polymerization and controlled free radical polymerization. An alternative route to block copolymers is the addition of prepolymers bearing reactive groups at their chain ends.

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