The copolymerization behavior of new styrene derivatives, namely, p-diethylaminoethylstyrene (p-EAS), m-diethylaminoethylstyrene (m-EAS), and p-vinylphenethyltriethylammonium bromide(p-VPAB), was examined. Copolymerization parameters of m-EAS were similar to those of styrene or m-methylstyrene, and a significant effect of the diethylaminoethyl group was observed in p-EAS. Q,e-Values of p-EAS were very close to those of p-dimethylaminostyrene. When P-EAS was copolymerized with acrylamide (AAm) in methanol, p-EAS exhibited a greater reactivity than AAm, which may be explained as a possible effect of the p-EAS causing an increase in the equilibrated concentration of the less reactive isomeric form of AAm. In the copolymerization of cationic monomer, p-VPAB, with MMA, p-VPAB exhibited less reactivity than MMA, owing to Coulombic repulsion between p-VPAB and the growing chain-end.
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Yukawa, J., Kataoka, K. & Tsuruta, T. Copolymerization of New Styrene Derivatives Having Alkylamino Group: p-Diethylaminoethylstyrene, m-Diethyl-aminoethylstyrene and a Quaternized Derivative. Polym J 11, 895–900 (1979). https://doi.org/10.1295/polymj.11.895
- New Monomers
- p-Vinylphenethyltriethylammonium Bromide
- Monomer Reactivity Ratios
- Q, e-Values
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