Polymers are Big

Polymers are Big - your only carbon source. O O O O n 3....

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Polymers are Big 1. Fill in the missing reagents or products for the following reactions. You may use the conventional parenthesis to show the structure of polymers. a. CH 3 OH HO OH O O O O n + 2 b. HO O OH H c. O O n H d. OH O OH H Cyclic e. OH O OH H Linear
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2. Show how you would prepare the following polymer from ethylene (which will act as
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Unformatted text preview: your only carbon source. O O O O n 3. Show the mechanism for the formation of PEG from ethylene oxide and an alkoxide anion. You just need to show two monomer additions. PEG is an important water soluble polymer used in a lot of pharmaceutical and biomaterials applications. O O O n...
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