Lessons 4 - Polymer Structures

Lessons 4 - Polymer Structures - Fairly common, but...

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Lessons 4- Polymer Structures Given a monomer structure, draw the polymer that would form. Draw and name polymer isomers. Draw and name common polymers. Polyethylene Polypropylene Polystyrene PVC
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Copolymers Easy to make – just throw monomers in a pot and let them react. Very rare – requires special pair of monomers. Condensation polymers are NOT alternating copolymers.
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Unformatted text preview: Fairly common, but requires special type of polymerization. Rare and tricky to make. Tacticity All R groups on same side of the plane created by backbone carbons. R groups on alternating sides of the plane created by backbone carbons. Atactic = R groups on random sides of the plane created by the backbone....
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