Controlled Polymerization and Polymeric Structures: Flow by Aiichiro Nagaki, Jun-ichi Yoshida (auth.), Akihiro Abe,

By Aiichiro Nagaki, Jun-ichi Yoshida (auth.), Akihiro Abe, Kwang-Sup Lee, L. Leibler, Shiro Kobayashi (eds.)

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NMP of styrene and n-butyl acrylate at 140 C has been performed in a continuous-flow microtubular reactor (Fig. 27) consisting of a stainless steel tube reactor and a back-pressure cartridge [212]. In the case of styrene polymerization, there is no difference between batch reactors and flow microreactors. 44 for the flow microreactor). Moreover, consumption of the monomer is much faster using the flow microreactor (Fig. 28). NMP of styrene in a miniemulsion can be also performed in a tubular reactor [213].

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