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Polymerization of propiolic salts

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    For the first time the solid-state radiation-induced polymerization of a number of univalent- and bivalent-metal propiolates was carried out: polyconjugated structures were formed.

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    A number of organic-base propiolates were polymerized, and it was shown that large cations create steric hindrance which makes solid-state polymerization impossible.

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    Some peculiar features of the oxidation reactions of monovalent-metal polypropiolates were studied.

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    The polymeric salts of univalent metals and organic bases are soluble in water and are polymeric electrolytes.

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    It was shown that polypropiolic salts have high thermal stability, and hypotheses regarding their structure are advanced.

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    G. V. Khutareva, M. V. Shishkina, B. É. Davydov, and B. A. Krentsel', Neftekhimiya,5, 90 (1965).

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    L. Bellamy, Infrared Spectra of Complex Molecules [Russian translation], (IL, Moscow, 1963).

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This article is published in accordance with a resolution of the Conference of Chief Editors of Journals of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR of July 12, 1962, as a dissertation paper by G. V. Khutareva.

Translated from Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR, Seriya Khimicheskaya, No. 3, pp. 520–525, March, 1965

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Khutareva, G.V., Shishkina, M.V. & Davydov, B.É. Polymerization of propiolic salts. Russ Chem Bull 14, 496–499 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00846610

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Keywords

  • Oxidation
  • Polymerization
  • Thermal Stability
  • Oxidation Reaction
  • Polymeric Electrolyte