Photo and Radical Reactions of MA

  • B. C. Trivedi
  • B. M. Culbertson

Abstract

Under the influence of light, maleic anhydride can undergo reactions with a variety of substrates. Common types of reactions involve [2 + 2] cycloadditions and/or processes where radical intermediates occur. When radical intermediates do occur, often useful nonpolymeric adducts are obtained. So, in addition to the photoreactions, radical reactions of MA yielding nonpolymeric products are also discussed in this chapter.

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Radical Reaction Maleic Anhydride Benzoyl Peroxide Succinic Anhydride Tetracarboxylic Acid 
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  • B. M. Culbertson
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  1. 1.Ashland Chemical CompanyDublinUSA

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