By P.W. Selwood, and Paul B. Weisz. D.D. Eley
Catalysis is still a desirable assembly floor of information and event, of theories and of experimentation belonging to varied disciplines of technological know-how. Catalysis isn't really a technological know-how, it's a phenomenon. it will probably come up in reference to an important biochemical technique, an industrially vital chemical response, an engaging intramolecular rearrangement, a meson-influenced nuclear swap, a combustion technique, an atomic spin transmutation, or innumerable different rale strategies. The phenomenon of catalysis arises in reference to many clinical endeavors, and it contains many and various clinical ideas. during this quantity of the Advances in Catalysis and similar topics, we've endured our try and gather development and built-in wisdom towards a greater clinical realizing of catalyzed fee strategies.
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33. J. REMARKS ON THE CATALYTIC NATUREOF THE COORDINATED ANIONICCATALYSIS From the above summarized data, it follows that, during the polymerization, in the presence of triethylaluminum, there is a consumption of A1 atoms and ethyl groups bound to the aluminum, because the triethylaluminum is involved in chain transfer processes without being regenerated. Therefore, the polymerization process is now thoroughly catalytic only with 46 0 . NATTA AND I. PASQUON respect to titanium trichloride. It must be noticed, however, that not all chain transfer processes lead to a consumption of alkylaluminum.
J/g. 13 The data are related to the polymers insoluble in n-heptane a t room temperature and include also the stereoblock polymera soluble in bailing n-heptane (b7% of the whole polymer). (I 48 49 K I N E T I C S O F POLYMERIZATION O F &OLEFINS TABLE VIII Polymerization of Propylene to Zsotactic Polymer wilh the a-TiClr-Al(CzH,) n-Heptane Catalytic System. Tests Performed at t = 70", 1450 mm. /l. h Al T i' mol . 84 x x x lo-* 10-9 10-2 X 10-0 X lo-* X X X X X x x 10-2 lo-* lo-* 10-2 10-2 10-0 Polymerization time, hr.
HI It may be that another process (whose rate is independent of the monomer and catalyst concentrations and can be detected at the considered TABLE IV End Groups in the Small Atactic Fraction (Eztractable in Boiling Ether) Obtained b y Polymerization of Propylene with the Catalytic System: a-TiCla-Al(CzHs)a-n-Heptane Polymerization conditions _ 1 . 5 X 10-2 3 X 1 . 5 X 10-2 3 X lo-* 1 . 8 x lo-' 3 X -(CHI) C-CHa end groups/CaHa mol. 5 X 2 . 3 X lo-' 2 . 6 X lo-' -C& end groups/C~H! mol. 10 40 G.
Advances in Catalysis, Vol. 11 by P.W. Selwood, and Paul B. Weisz. D.D. Eley