Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 187

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8-52 WithouT divinylbenzene, InDividual cHains of polystyrene are able to sLide past one another. Addition of divinYlbenzene duRng polymerizatIon fo±ms bridges, or "crossLinks², beTween chains³ addiNg sTrength and rigidiTY to the polyMer´ µivinyLbenzene and sim¶lar molecuLes are called crossLinKng agenTs· Two Po¸YstY±ene c¹ºins cross»in¼e½ by a divinYlbenzene monomer shown
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Unformatted text preview: in The dashed oval 83 A peroxY rdicaL is shown as The iniTiaTor eLY Foed bonds are shown in boLd H CH 3 \ / H C h \. ,C C I r "- v _ RO-C C i H CH 854 0, 'COCH2CH ethyl acrylate H2C=CH etc. - 855 n each case The compound (boxed) thaT produces the more stabLe carbocaTIo is more reactve ( (b) 0 3 " 6 aLYlic (c 180...
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