Behavior of deoxophostones family as nucleophilic monomers in no-catalyst copolymerization
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Deoxophostone family(2-phenyl-1,2-oxaphospholane1a, 2-phenyl-1,2-oxaphosphorlane1b, and 2-phenyl-1,2-thiaphospholane1c) copolymerized with acrylic acid without catalyst to produce the corresponding copolymers. The polymerization proceeded via a cyclic acyloxyphosphorane to produce poly-(phosphine oxide — ester)3a(or3b) from1a(or1b) and poly(phosphine oxide — thiolester)3c from1c, respectively, with acrylic acid. It is of interest that the copolymer from1c with acrylic acid was not poly(phosphine sulfide — ester)4 but3c. The reactions of1a or1b with pyruvic acid or 1,3-propane sultone were also investigated.
KeywordsOxide Polymer Ester Sulfide Copolymerization
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