ADMET Polymerization Activities of Electrochemically Reduced W-Based Active Species for Ge- and Sn-Containing Dienes
In the last 20 years metal atom-containing polymers have become important classes of polymers . Properties like high thermic stability, electric, and photo conductometry make them very interesting for producing films, fibers, and coating . Many of these compounds can be synthesized by conventional methods . For producing metal-containing polymers anionic, cationic, and radicalic polymerizations were used [4–6]. Metal-containing polymers were also synthesized via acyclic diene metathesis (ADMET) polymerization that is facilitated by Schrock’s molybdenum alkylidene, or Grubbs’ ruthenium carbene catalyst [7–9]. In 1979, Gilet and coworkers succeeded in synthesizing metathetically active species from electrochemical reduction of WCl6 and MoCl5 [10,11]. In the light of these works, we have showed that electrochemically generated tungsten-based active species (WCl6-e––Al–CH2Cl2) catalyzes various metathesis-related reactions [12–16].
KeywordsCatalysis Molybdenum Turkey Polystyrene Macromolecule
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