Penetration and Crosslinking of MacromoleculesBased on lectures to the Bezirksgruppe Niedersachsen of the Deutsche Kautschukgesellschaft at Hannover (Jan. 15, 1974), Regional Meetings at Stuttgart (Jan. 9, 1975) and Krefeld-Uerdingen (May 19, 1975), and the General Meeting of the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker, Köln (Sept. 10, 1975), and the Chemische Gesellschaft der DDR, Dresden-Freiberg Regional Group (Oct. 30, 1975).
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Chemistry and Pharmacology
One of the topical problems of macromolecular chemistry is the question of the extent to which macromolecules in solution or in the amorphous solid state can engage in mutual interpenetration. The present article is concerned primarily with recent investigations on cross-linking copolymerization and with inter-and intramolecular reactions of polymers as a contribution to the study of molecular shape.
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