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Polyalpha-Olefin Catalysts

  • M. A. Bruzzone
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Abstract

A “polyethylene energy pie” is shown in Figure 1. This was extracted from a well known book of industrial energy analysis.1 In this pie, the very large “slice” on the top is the energy content of the feedstock.

Keywords

Electron Spin Resonance Isotactic Polypropylene Anionic Polymerization Polymer Yield Alpha Olefin 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. A. Bruzzone
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  1. 1.R & D Enichem ElastomeriAssago (Milan)Italy

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