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The use of vinylcyclohexane dioxide (VCD) as a polar dehydrant with subsequent embedment in Spurr was studied. Vinylcyclohexane (VCH) was copolymerized with ethene and propene using methylaluminoxane-activated metallocene catalysts.
Kotohiro Nomura,; Koji Itagaki. Efficient Incorporation of Vinylcylohexane in Ethylene/Vinylcyclohexane Copolymerization Catalyzed by Nonbridged Half-Titanocenes. Macromolecules. 2005 , 38 (20), 8121-8123.
Richard J. Keaton,; Kumudini C. Jayaratne,; David A. Henningsen,; Lisa A. Koterwas. Dramatic Enhancement of Activities for Living Ziegler-Natta Polymerizations Mediated by Exposed Zirconium Acetamidinate Initiators:? The Isospecific Living Polymerization of Vinylcyclohexane . J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2001, 123 (25), 6197-6198.
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