Structure of the catalytically active compound in caprolactam polyamidation activated by the phosphoric acid-polyethylene glycol system
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Direct experimental proofs have been given for the formation of bis-(polyethylene glycol) phosphate — a catalytically active compound in the cationic polyamidation of caprolactam which is activated by the phosphoric acid-polyethylene glycol system.
KeywordsPolymer Phosphate Polyethylene Glycol Active Compound
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