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Cyclopolymerization of dimethyl dipropargylmalonate in supercritical carbon dioxide to give a highly regular polyene containing predominantly five-membered rings

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Abstract

Poly(dimethyl dipropargylmalonate) synthesized in scCO2 contained more than 95% five-membered rings, i.e., highly regular polyene was produced, which shows carbon dioxide as a reaction medium plays a significant role in determining a highly selective polymer structure.

Graphical abstract: Cyclopolymerization of dimethyl dipropargylmalonate in supercritical carbon dioxide to give a highly regular polyene containing predominantly five-membered rings

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Submitted
14 Jul 2005
Accepted
30 Aug 2005
First published
21 Sep 2005

Chem. Commun., 2005, 5208-5210
Article type
Communication

Cyclopolymerization of dimethyl dipropargylmalonate in supercritical carbon dioxide to give a highly regular polyene containing predominantly five-membered rings

J. W. Pack, Y. Hur, H. Kim and Y. Lee, Chem. Commun., 2005, 5208
DOI: 10.1039/B510046A

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