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499 The olefin must be polymerized first (as observed with (188) and (190)) and the diblock nature of the product was inferred from solubility behavior. Several group 5 complexes have also been examined as MMA polymerization initiators. 235 However, initiator efficiencies are low and molecular weight distributions are broad. 6 Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization Acrylate monomers may also be polymerized by atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP). 3 for an overview of catalyst systems. 503 Ring-opening of the intermediate metallacycle then proceeds either productively to give a new metal carbene (the propagating species in ROMP), or degeneratively to reform the starting materials.
550–552 Ar Ar N tBu N PhMe2Si Mo Mo tBu O O CHCMe2Ph tBu O O CHCMe2Ph SiMe2Ph tBu (215) (216) The molybdenum initiators also allow for functionalization of the polymer end groups. The use of appropriately substituted alkylidene ligands553,554 and functionalized termination agents555 have both been described. 574 Although the monoalkyl substituted monomer polymerizes in a regioirregular manner, the analogous dimethyl polymer is >98% head–tail (and >99% trans). 554 33 Metal Complexes as Catalysts for Polymerization Reactions Well-defined nanoclusters (%10–100 A˚ diameter) of several metals have been prepared via the polymerization of metal-containing monomers.
720 Several reports have also described the polymerization of sugar-based substituents. 729 The process is catalyzed by the same metal alkylidene initiators used for ROMP, and is driven by the removal of ethylene from the system (Scheme 13). 1 Introduction The high level of interest in the ring-opening polymerization (ROP) of cyclic esters (lactones) stems from the biocompatibility and biodegradability of their polymers. Resorbable aliphatic O O O O O O O CL O O O O LA O GA O δ-VL O O β-BL β-PL O γ-BL O O Scheme 14 CL : "-caprolactone, LA=lactide, GA=glycolide, -VL=-valerolactone, -BL=
-butyrolactone, -BL=-butyrolactone, -PL=-propiolactone Metal Complexes as Catalysts for Polymerization Reactions 37 polyesters are usually tolerated well by mammalian tissue, making them good candidates for the construction of in vivo medical devices,736 while materials based on polylactic acid (PLA) are derivable from biosustainable resources such as corn starch and dairy products, which provide attractive feedstocks for the production of biodegradable films and fibers.