Aqueous solution polymerization of acrylamide at low conversions: 1. Kinetics and transfer studies

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The aqueous polymerization of acrylamide, initiated by 4,4'-azobis-4-cyanovaleric acid, has been studied in the presence of propionamide, and oligoacrylamide, at 30-90°C. Molecular weights were determined viscometrically and transfer constants to propionamide, oligoacrylamide and monomer were evaluated. Exponents expressing the dependency of initial polymerization rate on monomer and initiator concentrations at 50°C were 1.16±0.01 and 0.52±0.03, respectively. © 1988.

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Fanood, M. H. R. ee, & George, M. H. (1988). Aqueous solution polymerization of acrylamide at low conversions: 1. Kinetics and transfer studies. Polymer, 29(1), 128–133. https://doi.org/10.1016/0032-3861(88)90211-X

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