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Catalysis continues to be a desirable assembly flooring of information and adventure, of theories and of experimentation belonging to numerous disciplines of technological know-how. Catalysis isn't a technological know-how, it's a phenomenon. it could possibly come up in reference to an important biochemical approach, an industrially vital chemical response, an engaging intramolecular rearrangement, a meson-influenced nuclear switch, a combustion strategy, an atomic spin transmutation, or innumerable different rale techniques. The phenomenon of catalysis arises in reference to many clinical endeavors, and it consists of many and various clinical ideas. during this quantity of the Advances in Catalysis and comparable topics, now we have persisted our try to acquire growth and built-in wisdom towards a greater medical figuring out of catalyzed expense methods.
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And with Merent amounts of titanium trichloride is approximately a linear function of the square root of the amount of titanium trichloride introduced in unit volume of the catalytic system (Fig. 25) ( 4 2 ) . Similar results have been obtained by analyzing the amorphous fractions of polypropylene (Fig. 26) (38). 3. Dependence of the Considered Chain Transfer Process on the Pressure The use of radioactive triethylaluminum enabled us to prove that the rate of the considered chain transfer process depends also on the propylene 34 Q.
Ethyl or polymeric chain-one can be substituted by a chlorine atom). In this case presumably alkyl groups are exchanged as follows: [CatIP + Zn(CzHK)2 -+ [Cat] C2HK + CzHIZnP (9) The rate of this chain transfer process is of first-order with regard to the Zn(C2H& concentration ($8). The kinetics of the above reported chain transfer reactions seem to be also catalytically affected by the titanium compound present in the reaction system. In fact we have observed (Table 111) that both the numbers of ethyl groups and aluminum atoms bound to the polymeric chains decrease with decreasing amount of titanium compound in the catalytic system.
A6 can be represented by the relationship where Z r r = sum of the rates of chain transfer processes, depending on the catalyst concentration 36 0 . NATTA AND I. PASQUON k,pcsH,C* = over-all polymerization rate [ q ] 0 = limit value of the polymer intrinsic viscosity obtained extrapolating the data up to the catalyst concentration equal to zero. , Zrt should also be a function of the partial pressure of propylene. 4. Interpretation of the Chain Transfer Process Depending on the Amount of Titanium Compound Introduced into the Catalytic System It follows from the above reported results that an agent whose concentration depends upon the amount of titanium compound introduced into the reagent system takes part directly or indirectly in a chain transfer process.