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Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 19, Issue 1, pp 20–24 | Cite as

Carbochain ion-exchange fibres prepared by the graft polymerization method

  • A. A. Lysenko
  • O. V. Prisekina
  • V. E. Nemilov
  • Yu. E. Kazakevich
  • N. V. Bytsan
  • E. Ya. Danilova
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Conclusions

A comparative analysis has been made of the laws governing the process of graft polymerization of partially hydrolyzed PAN fibres with monomers of ionogenic and nonionogenic character.

It has been shown that the activity of the investigated monomers in graft polymerization reactions and their effective conversion are reduced, as a rule, with increase in the charge of the monomer, and the homopolymer content is increased.

In selecting optimum conditions for a graft polymerization as a method of preparing fibrous ion-exchangers, along with the yield of graft copolymer and the effective conversion, one should also take into account the proportion of active functional groups in the graft copolymer.

Keywords

Polymerization Optimum Condition Comparative Analysis Polymerization Reaction Graft Copolymer 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1987

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. A. Lysenko
  • O. V. Prisekina
  • V. E. Nemilov
  • Yu. E. Kazakevich
  • N. V. Bytsan
  • E. Ya. Danilova

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