The GR spectra of copolymers of ferrocene with methyl ethyl ketone and phthalic anhydride with various degrees of oxidation were obtained.
In the case of copolymers of ferrocene with methyl ethyl ketone, no more than 60% of the ferrocenylene groups present in the oxidized copolymer can be oxidized, while in the case of the copolymer with phthalic anhydride no more than 45% can be oxidized.
The conditions of production of the copolymer of ferrocene with phthalic anhydride, possessing a maximum degree of oxidation with respect to ferrocene with minimum occurrence of side processes, were described; in this case a degree of oxidation of ∼35% is reached, according to the GRS data, and <50% according to the chemical data.
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Aliev, L.A., Vishnyakova, T.P., Paushkin, Y.M. et al. Study of oxidized states in copolymers of ferrocene by the method of γ-resonance spectroscopy. Russ Chem Bull 19, 256–259 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00853367