Quasi-living metal catalyst for ethylene (homo/co)polymerization
University of California System: University of California, Santa Barbara
posted on 11/16/2011
A method of using a novel quasi-living metal catalyst for homo-polymerization of olefins such as ethylene, α-olefins, and functionalized olefins and for co-polymerization of olefins with functionalities such as acetates.
• Primer coatings
• Inks for dying, printing, painting
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• Better adherence to polyolefin surface
• High affinity for polymeric binders used in coatings and inks
Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara have developed a novel method for controlling the size of blocks in a block copolymer containing an olefinic block and a hydrophilic block. Block copolymers of this nature contain at least one segment capable of adhering to a polyolefin surface while also connected to polymeric segments that have high affinity with typical polar polymeric binders used in coatings and inks.
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