Metathesis and addition polymerization of novel Me3Si- and Me3Ge-substituted tricyclononenes View Full Text


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2012-12-12

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Maxim Bermeshev, Boris Bulgakov, Dmitry Demchuk, Marina Filatova, Lyudmila Starannikova, Eugene Finkelshtein

ABSTRACT

Addition and ring-opening metathesis polymerizations of new monomers (Me3Si- and Me3Ge-substituted tricyclononene and tricyclononadienes) were studied. Addition polymerization was carried out on Pd- and Ni-catalyst systems activated by B(C6F5)3 and/or methylalumoxane. New addition polymers were obtained with good yields up to 70% and with molecular weights (Mw) up to 5.6 × 105. Metathesis polymerization was performed using the first-generation Grubbs catalyst. The yields of the first obtained metathesis polymers were higher than 80%, and the Mw values were up to 8.8 × 105. It was revealed that the cyclobutene double bond in the studied tricyclononadienes is inactive in both metathesis and addition polymerizations. The relative activities of the substituted tricyclononene-7 and the corresponding tricyclononadiene-3,7 in the metathesis copolymerization were defined using 1H NMR spectroscopy. It was found that the novel addition polymer poly[(3-trimethylgermyl)tricyclononene-7] possesses high gas-transport parameters (for example, P(O2)=660 Barrers, P(CO2)=3850 Barrers) and solubility-controlled permeation of gaseous hydrocarbons (α (n-C4H10/CH4)=17.3). More... »

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718-726

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