A new azo monomer (2) was synthesized and copolymerized with styrene. The resulting azo copolymer could be used as an initiator for the acrylonitrile polymerisation yielding grafted copolymers. Quantitative treatment of the grafting experiments leads to the conclusion that the intermediate thiyl radicals show less reactivity towards monomers than phenyl radicals.
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Nuyken, O., Hofinger, M. & Kerber, R. Copolymers from 1-phenyl-2-(3-vinylphenylthio)-diazen and styrene and grafting with acrylonitrile. Polymer Bulletin 1, 679–684 (1979). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00255442
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