Mariani, Alberto and Bidali, Simone and Fiori, Stefano and Malucelli, Giulio and Ricco, Laura (2004) New vistas in frontal polymerization. Macromolecular Symposia, Vol. 218 (1), p. 1-10. eISSN 1521-3900. Article.
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Frontal Polymerization is a technique for the synthesis of polymers that, by exploiting the heat liberated by the self-same reaction, generates a hot front that can sustain and propagate itself from one end of the reactor to the other converting monomer into polymer. After the activation and following formation of the front, it is not necessary to provide any other form of energy in order to carry out polymerization. In this article we will summarize some of the recent results we have obtained in the application of Frontal Polymerization to the preparation of polyurethanes, unsaturated polyester resins, and polyacrylates.
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