Non-Valency Interaction in Organic Peroxides Homolysis Reactions


À. À. Turovsky (Editor)
National Academy of Science, Ukraine

L. I. Bazylyak (Editor)
National Academy of Science, Ukraine

À. R. Kytsya (Editor)
National Academy of Science, Ukraine

N. À. Turovsky (Editor)
Donetsk National University, Ukraine

G. E. Zaikov (Editor)
Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

Series: Chemistry Research and Applications, Chemical Engineering Methods and Technology
BISAC: SCI013000

This book explores the chemical processes of the radical polymerization of different vinyl monomers, initiated vulcanization of rubbers and curing of the polyester resins. Organic peroxides are mainly used as the initiators. Their main advantages are the thermal stability within the definite interval of temperatures and in different media, reactivity of the primary oxy–radicals in different reactions and their initiation efficiency and non–toxicity of the final decomposition products. The complexity of the above–said properties of the organic peroxides should be taken into account under solving the problem of their purposeful synthesis. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


I. Objects And Investigation Methods pp.1-2

II. Structure of organic peroxides and oxyradicals pp.3-54

III. Reactivity of Peroxy Compounds in Homolysis Reactions pp.55-106

IV. About Reacivity of Short–Lived Oxyradicals pp.107-126

V. Investigations of Kinetics and Chemical Mechanism of Organic Peroxides Thermal Decomposition pp.127-158

VI. Photolysis of the investigated peroxides pp.159-194

VII. About Reactivity of the Peroxides Decomposition Under the Action of Some Reactants pp.195-218

Concluding Remarks pp.219-222

Afterword pp.223-226

References pp.227-244

Index pp.245-250

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