Kinetics of Model Reactions for Interfacial Polymerization
AbstractTo model the rates of interfacial polycondensations, the rates of reaction of benzoyl chloride and methyl chloroformate with various aliphatic monoamines in acetonitrile were determined at 25 °C. Buffering with picric acid slowed these extremely fast reactions so the rate constants could be determined from the rate of disappearance of picrate ion. The rates of the amine reactions correlated linearly with their Swain-Scott nucleophilicities. View Full-Text
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Robertson, J.; Centeno-Hall, T.; Padias, A.; Bates, R.; Hall, H. Kinetics of Model Reactions for Interfacial Polymerization. Polymers 2012, 4, 741-746.
Robertson J, Centeno-Hall T, Padias A, Bates R, Hall H. Kinetics of Model Reactions for Interfacial Polymerization. Polymers. 2012; 4(1):741-746.Chicago/Turabian Style
Robertson, Jeffrey; Centeno-Hall, Trevor; Padias, Anne; Bates, Robert; Hall, Henry. 2012. "Kinetics of Model Reactions for Interfacial Polymerization." Polymers 4, no. 1: 741-746.