Copper-mediated living radical polymerization utilizing biological and end group modified poly(ethylene-co-butylene) macroinitiators. Haddleton, D., M., Jarvis, A., P., Waterson, C., Bon, S., A., F., & Heming, A., M. ACS Symposium Series, 768:182-196, ACS Publications, 2000.
Copper-mediated living radical polymerization utilizing biological and end group modified poly(ethylene-co-butylene) macroinitiators [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
Copper mediated living radical polymerization can be used with a wide range of functional initiators to produce functional polymers. Block copolymers may be efficiently prepared using macroinitiators. This is demonstrated in this paper by synthesis and characterisation of a cholestrol based initiator and macroinitiators based on mono and difunctional polymers of ethylene and butylène. Polymerization of styrene and methacrylates using Schiff base ligands in conjunction with Cu(I)Br proceeds in a controlled manner yielding homopolymers, A-B diblock and A-BA triblock (co)polymers of defined molecular weight and low polydispersity. Polymers based on methacrylic acid, 2-dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate and a random copolymer of methacrylic acid and methyl methacrylate have been synthesized by use of the cholestrol initiator to give resulting water soluble/dispersible polymers.
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