EPM elastomers, discovered around the middle of the 1950’s by Natta and co-workers, quickly became a subject of research in many laboratories throughout the world. Thus, the research efforts were started, directed towards ever improved knowledge of the properties of these products, the development of more effective catalyst systems suitable for better performance and in improvement in the production processes.1 This report deals with the possibility of producing elastomeric ethylene-propylene copolymers with special high yield catalysts:
KeywordsChlorine Content Elastomer Dielectric Oven Aging Vanadium Catalyst Broad Molecular Weight Distribution
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