Moad, Graeme (1952-)

Also known as
Graeme Moad
Moad, Graeme
Field of activity
Organic chemist; Polymer Synthesis; Kinetics; Mechanism
NLA Persistent Identifier
https://nla.gov.au/nla.party-1491598

Biographies

Graeme Moad is a specialist in controlling radical polymerisation. His research interest lies in polymer synthesis and the development of polymer nanocomposites. In 2003 he became a Chief Research Scientist in the CSIRO Division of Material Science and Engineering.

  • Education - BSc Honours (1st Class), University of Adelaide
  • Education - PhD in Organic Free Radical Chemistry, University of Adelaide
  • Career position - Postdoctoral research at Pennsylvania State University in the field of biological Organic Chemistry
  • Career position - Research Scientist, CSIRO
  • Career position - Chief Research Scientist, CSIRO Division of Material Science and Engineering

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Graeme Moad obtained his BSc (Hons, First Class, 1974) and PhD (1978) from the University of Adelaide in organic free radical chemistry. Between 1977 and 1979, he undertook post-doctoral research at Pennsylvania State University with Prof Steven J, Benkovic in the field of biological organic chemistry. He joined CSIRO in 1979 where he is currently a CSIRO fellow. Dr Moad is (co)author of over 180 publications, co-inventor of 34 patent families and co-author of the book “The Chemistry of Radical Polymerization”. His research interests lie in the fields of polymerization mechanisms, and polymer design and synthesis. In recognition of his work Dr Moad was awarded a CSIRO medal in 2003, the RACI’s Battaerd-Jordan Polymer Medal in 2012, an ATSE Clunies Ross Award and a Thomson-Reuters Citation Laureate in 2014, and a Warwick University IAS Fellowship and a CSIRO Newton-Turner award in 2015. In 2015 he also appeared on Thomson-Reuters highly cited list. Dr Moad is currently also an adjunct professor at Monash University and the University of New England and an honorary professor at the Beijing University of Chemical Technology. He is an associate member of the IUPAC Polymer Division and a Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute and the Australian Academy of Science.

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Selected resources (235)

Encyclopedia of Australian Science

  1. Moad, Graeme
    Published: The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre
    Series: Encyclopedia of Australian Science
  2. Graeme Moad
    Ward, C.
    Published: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), 2011
    Series: CSIROpedia

ORCID

  1. Researcher Profile at ORCID
    http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4375-5580
  2. Synthesis of Discrete Oligomers by Sequential PET-RAFT Single-Unit Monomer Insertion
    [2017-07]
  3. Synthesis of Discrete Oligomers by Sequential PET-RAFT Single-Unit Monomer Insertion
    [2017-07]
  4. Aqueous hydrogen peroxide-induced degradation of polyolefins: A greener process for controlled-rheology polypropylene
    [2015-07]
  5. Aqueous hydrogen peroxide-induced degradation of polyolefins: A greener process for controlled-rheology polypropylene
    [2015]
  6. Aqueous hydrogen peroxide-induced degradation of polyolefins: A greener process for controlled-rheology polypropylene
    [2015]
  7. Advances in Switchable RAFT Polymerization
    [2015]
  8. Enhancement of MHC-I Antigen Presentation via Architectural Control of pH-Responsive, Endosomolytic Polymer Nanoparticles
    [2015]
  9. Preparation of 1:1 alternating, nucleobase-containing copolymers for use in sequence-controlled polymerization
    [2015]
  10. RAFT (Reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer) crosslinking (co)polymerization of multi-olefinic monomers to form polymer networks
    [2015]
  11. An Arm-First Approach to Cleavable MiktoArm Star Polymers by RAFT Polymerization
    [2014]
  12. Mechanism and Kinetics of Dithiobenzoate-Mediated RAFT Polymerization - Status of the Dilemma
    [2014]
  13. Modeling the Kinetics of Monolith Formation by RAFT Copolymerization of Styrene and Divinylbenzene
    [2014]
  14. One pot synthesis of higher order quasi-block copolymer libraries via sequential RAFT polymerization in an automated synthesizer
    [2014]
  15. Porous, functional, poly(styrene-co-divinylbenzene) monoliths by RAFT polymerization
    [2014]
  16. RAFT for the Control of Monomer Sequence Distribution - Single Unit Monomer Insertion (SUMI) into Dithiobenzoate RAFT Agents
    [2014]
  17. Rapid and Systematic Access to Quasi-Diblock Copolymer Libraries Covering a Comprehensive Composition Range by Sequential RAFT Polymerization in an Automated Synthesizer
    [2014]
  18. Synthesis of cleavable multi-functional mikto-arm star polymer by RAFT polymerization: example of an anti-cancer drug 7-ethyl-10-hydroxycamptothecin (SN-38) as functional moiety
    [2014]
  19. A Brief Guide to Polymer Nomenclature
    [2013]
  20. A brief guide to polymer nomenclature from IUPAC
    [2013]
  21. Controlled Synthesis of Multifunctional Polymers by RAFT for Personal Care Applications
    [2013]
  22. Glossary of terms relating to thermal and thermo mechanical properties of polymers (IUPAC Recommendations 2013)
    [2013]
  23. RAFT Polymerization and Some of its Applications
    [2013]
  24. Terminology for aggregation and self-assembly in polymer science (IUPAC Recommendations 2013)
    [2013]
  25. The reactivity of N-vinylcarbazole in RAFT polymerization: trithiocarbonates deliver optimal control for the synthesis of homopolymers and block copolymers
    [2013]
  26. A brief guide to polymer nomenclature (IUPAC Technical Report)
    [2012]
  27. Chain Transfer Kinetics of Acid/Base Switchable N-Aryl-N-Pyridyl Dithiocarbamate RAFT Agents in Methyl Acrylate, N-Vinylcarbazole and Vinyl Acetate Polymerization
    [2012]
  28. Living Radical Polymerization by the RAFT Process - A Third Update
    [2012]
  29. RAFT Agent Design and Synthesis
    [2012]
  30. Some Recent Developments in RAFT Polymerization
    [2012]
  31. Some Recent Developments in RAFT Polymerization
    [2012]
  32. The scope for synthesis of macro-RAFT agents by sequential insertion of single monomer units
    [2012]
  33. Initiation. The reactions of primary radicals
    [2011-03]
  34. A new form of controlled growth free radical polymerization
    [2011-03]
  35. A new form of controlled growth free radical polymerization
    [1996]
  36. Chemical modification of starch by reactive extrusion
    [2011-02]
  37. Chemical modification of starch by reactive extrusion
    [2011]
  38. Chemical modification of starch by reactive extrusion
    [2011]
  39. A Potential New RAFT-Click Reaction or a Cautionary Note on the Use of Diazomethane to Methylate RAFT-synthesized Polymers
    [2011]
  40. A Potential New RAFT-Click Reaction or a Cautionary Note on the Use of Diazomethane to Methylate RAFT-synthesized Polymers
    [2011]
  41. A RAFT Tutotial
    [2011]
  42. A RAFT Tutotial
    [2011]
  43. Block Copolymer Synthesis through the Use of Switchable RAFT Agents
    [2011]
  44. Block Copolymer Synthesis through the Use of Switchable RAFT Agents
    [2011]
  45. Block copolymers containing organic semiconductor segments by RAFT polymerization
    [2011]
  46. Block copolymers containing organic semiconductor segments by RAFT polymerization
    [2011]
  47. Controlled RAFT Polymerization in a Continuous Flow Microreactor
    [2011]
  48. Controlled RAFT Polymerization in a Continuous Flow Microreactor
    [2011]
  49. End-functional polymers, thiocarbonylthio group removal/transformation and reversible addition-fragmentation-chain transfer (RAFT) polymerization
    [2011]
  50. End-functional polymers, thiocarbonylthio group removal/transformation and reversible addition-fragmentation-chain transfer (RAFT) polymerization
    [2011]
  51. Functional polymers for optoelectronic applications by RAFT polymerization
    [2011]
  52. Functional polymers for optoelectronic applications by RAFT polymerization
    [2011]
  53. Switchable Reversible Addition-Fragmentation Chain Transfer (RAFT) Polymerization in Aqueous Solution, N,N-Dimethylacrylamide
    [2011]
  54. Reversible Addition Fragmentation Chain Transfer (RAFT) Polymerization
    [2010]
  55. Reversible Addition Fragmentation Chain Transfer (RAFT) Polymerization
    [2010]
  56. Substituent Effects on RAFT Polymerization with Benzyl Aryl Trithiocarbonates
    [2010]
  57. Substituent Effects on RAFT Polymerization with Benzyl Aryl Trithiocarbonates
    [2010]
  58. Terminology for reversible-deactivation radical polymerization previously called "controlled" radical or "living" radical polymerization (IUPAC Recommendations 2010)
    [2010]
  59. Terminology for reversible-deactivation radical polymerization previously called "controlled" radical or "living" radical polymerization (IUPAC Recommendations 2010)
    [2010]
  60. Living Radical Polymerization by the RAFT Process - A Second Update
    [2009]
  61. Living Radical Polymerization by the RAFT Process - A Second Update
    [2009]
  62. New Features of the Mechanism of RAFT Polymerization
    [2009]
  63. Polystyrene-block-poly(vinyl acetate) through the Use of a Switchable RAFT Agent
    [2009]
  64. Polystyrene-block-poly(vinyl acetate) through the Use of a Switchable RAFT Agent
    [2009]
  65. RAFT Polymerization: Materials of The Future, Science of Today: Radical Polymerization - The Next Stage Foreword
    [2009]
  66. RAFT Polymerization: Materials of The Future, Science of Today: Radical Polymerization - The Next Stage Foreword
    [2009]
  67. Reversible Addition Fragmentation Chain Transfer
    [2009]
  68. Thiocarbonylthio End Group Removal from RAFT-Synthesized Polymers by a Radical-Induced Process
    [2009]
  69. Thiocarbonylthio End Group Removal from RAFT-Synthesized Polymers by a Radical-Induced Process
    [2009]
  70. Universal (Switchable) RAFT Agents
    [2009]
  71. Universal (Switchable) RAFT Agents
    [2009]
  72. ChemInform Abstract: Toward Living Radical Polymerization
    [2008-12]
  73. GLOSSARY OF TERMS RELATED TO KINETICS, THERMODYNAMICS, AND MECHANISMS OF POLYMERIZATION (IUPAC Recommendations 2008)
    [2008]
  74. GLOSSARY OF TERMS RELATED TO KINETICS, THERMODYNAMICS, AND MECHANISMS OF POLYMERIZATION (IUPAC Recommendations 2008)
    [2008]
  75. RAFT Polymerization in Bulk Monomer or in (Organic) Solution
    [2008]
  76. RAFT Polymerization in Bulk Monomer or in (Organic) Solution
    [2008]
  77. Radical addition-fragmentation chemistry in polymer synthesis
    [2008]
  78. The Mechanism and Kinetics of the RAFT Process: Overview, Rates, Stabilities, Side Reactions, Product Spectrum and Outstanding Challenges
    [2008]
  79. The Mechanism and Kinetics of the RAFT Process: Overview, Rates, Stabilities, Side Reactions, Product Spectrum and Outstanding Challenges
    [2008]
  80. Toward living radical polymerization
    [2008]
  81. A small-angle X-ray scattering study of the effect of chain architecture on the shear-induced crystallization of branched and linear poly(ethylene terephthalate)
    [2007]
  82. Definitions of terms relating to the structure and processing of sols, gels, networks, and inorganic-organic hybrid materials (IUPAC Recommendations 2007)
    [2007]
  83. RAFT polymerization: Adding to the picture
    [2007]
  84. Reversible addition fragmentation chain transfer polymerization of methyl methacrylate in the presence of lewis acids: An approach to stereocontrolled living radical polymerization
    [2007]
  85. Thiocarbonylthio end group removal from RAFT-synthesized polymers by radical-induced reduction
    [2007]
  86. A simple method for determining protic end-groups of synthetic polymers by H-1 NMR spectroscopy
    [2006]
  87. Approaches to phthalimido and amino end-functional polystyrene by atom transfer radical polymerisation (ATRP)
    [2006]
  88. Crystallisation kinetics of novel branched poly(ethylene terephthalate): a small-angle X-ray scattering study
    [2006]
  89. Living radical polymerization by the RAFT process - A first update
    [2006]
  90. Mechanism and kinetics of dithiobenzoate-mediated RAFT polymerization. I. The current situation
    [2006]
  91. Non-ionic, poly(ethylene oxide)-based surfactants as intercalants/dispersants/exfoliants for poly(propylene)-clay nanocomposites
    [2006]
  92. Non-ionic, poly(ethylene oxide)-based surfactants as intercalants/dispersants/exfoliants for poly(propylene)-clay nanocomposites
    [2006]
  93. Novel copolymers as dispersants/intercalants/exfoliants for polypropylene-clay nanocomposites
    [2006]
  94. Novel copolymers as dispersants/intercalants/exfoliants for polypropylene-clay nanocomposites
    [2006]
  95. RAFT copolymerization and its application to the synthesis of novel dispersants/intercalants/exfoliants for polymer-clay nanocomposites. Some interesting from RAFT (co)polymerization
    [2006]
  96. RAFT polymerization with phthalimidomethyl trithiocarbonates or xanthates. On the origin of bimodal molecular weight distributions in living radical polymerization
    [2006]
  97. Rheological properties of high melt strength poly(ethylene terephthalate) formed by reactive extrusion
    [2006]
  98. Rheological properties of high melt strength poly(ethylene terephthalate) formed by reactive extrusion
    [2006]
  99. Synthesis of well-defined polystyrene with primary amine end groups through the use of phthalimido-functional RAFT agents
    [2006]
  100. The Chemistry of Radical Polymerization
    [2006]
  101. The Emergence of RAFT Polymerization
    [2006]
  102. The emergence of RAFT polymerization
    [2006]
  103. Thermolysis of RAFT-synthesized poly(methyl methacrylate)
    [2006]
  104. A novel method for determination of polyester end-groups by NMR spectroscopy
    [2005]
  105. Advances in RAFT polymerization: the synthesis of polymers with defined end-groups
    [2005]
  106. Binary copolymerization with catalytic chain transfer. A method for synthesizing macromonomers based on monosubstituted monomers
    [2005]
  107. Chain Transfer
    [2005]
  108. Chain Transfer
    [2005]
  109. Controlling Polymerization
    [2005]
  110. Controlling Polymerization
    [2005]
  111. Copolymerization
    [2005]
  112. Copolymerization
    [2005]
  113. Initiation
    [2005]
  114. Initiation
    [2005]
  115. Introduction
    [2005]
  116. Living Radical Polymerization
    [2005]
  117. Living Radical Polymerization
    [2005]
  118. Living Radical Polymerization by the RAFT Process
    [2005]
  119. Living radical polymerization by the RAFT process
    [2005]
  120. Propagation
    [2005]
  121. Radical Reactions
    [2005]
  122. Radical Reactions
    [2005]
  123. Termination
    [2005]
  124. Thermolysis of RAFT-synthesized polymers. A convenient method for trithiocarbonate group elimination
    [2005]
  125. Chain transfer activity of omega-unsaturated methacrylic oligomers in polymerizations of methacrylic monomers
    [2004]
  126. Definitions of terms relating to reactions of polymers and to functional polymeric materials - (IUPAC Recommendations 2003)
    [2004]
  127. Chain length dependence of radical-radical termination in free radical polymerization: A pulsed laser photolysis investigation
    [2003]
  128. Controlled synthesis of block polyesters by reactive extrusion
    [2003]
  129. Kinetics and mechanism of RAFT polymerization
    [2003]
  130. Living free radical polymerization with reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT polymerization): Approaches to star polymers
    [2003]
  131. Synthesis of novel architectures by radical polymerization with reversible addition fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT polymerization)
    [2003]
  132. Thiocarbonylthio compounds (S=C(Z)S-R) in free radical polymerization with reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT polymerization). Effect of the activating group Z
    [2003]
  133. Thiocarbonylthio compounds [S=C(Ph)S-R] in free radical polymerization with reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT polymerization). Role of the free-radical leaving group (R)
    [2003]
  134. Initiating free radical polymerization
    [2002]
  135. Multiarm organic compounds for use as reversible chain-transfer agents in living radical polymerizations
    [2002]
  136. Characterization of polyolefin melts using the polymer reference interaction site model integral equation theory with a single-site united atom model
    [2001]
  137. Mechanism and kinetics of RAFT-based living radical polymerizations of styrene and methyl methacrylate
    [2001]
  138. Tailored polymer architectures by reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer
    [2001]
  139. Living free radical polymerization with reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (the life of RAFT)
    [2000]
  140. Living polymerization: Rationale for uniform terminology
    [2000]
  141. Living polymers by the use of trithiocarbonates as reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT) agents: ABA triblock copolymers by radical polymerization in two steps
    [2000]
  142. N-15 CP/MAS solid-state NMR spectroscopy of a N-15-enriched hindered amine light stabilizer photolyzed in acrylic/melamine and acrylic/urethane coatings
    [2000]
  143. Preparation of macromonomers via chain transfer - with and without added chain transfer agent
    [2000]
  144. Synthesis of defined polymers by reversible addition fragmentation chain transfer
    [2000]
  145. A more versatile route to block copolymers and other polymers of complex architecture by living radical polymerization: The RAFT process
    [1999]
  146. A novel synthesis of functional dithioesters, dithiocarbamates, xanthates and trithiocarbonates
    [1999]
  147. Chain transfer to polymer: A convenient route to macromonomers
    [1999]
  148. Imidazolidinone nitroxide-mediated polymerization
    [1999]
  149. Living radical polymerization with reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT polymerization) using dithiocarbamates as chain transfer agents
    [1999]
  150. Living radical polymerization with reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT): Direct ESR observation of intermediate radicals
    [1999]
  151. Measurements of primary radical concentrations generated by pulsed laser photolysis using fluorescence detection
    [1999]
  152. Tailored polymers by free radical processes
    [1999]
  153. The synthesis of polyolefin graft copolymers by reactive extrusion
    [1999]
  154. The synthesis of polyolefin graft copolymers by reactive extrusion (vol 24, pg 81, 1999)
    [1999]
  155. Controlled growth free radical polymerization of methacrylate esters-reversible chain transfer vs. reversible termination
    [1998]
  156. Developments in the synthesis of maleated polyolefins by reactive extrusion
    [1998]
  157. Living free-radical polymerization by reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer: The RAFT process
    [1998]
  158. Characterization of Poly(Ethylene Terephthlate and Poly(Ethylene Terephthalate) Blends
    [1997]
  159. Characterization of poly(ethylene terephthalate) and poly(ethylene terephthalate) blends
    [1997]
  160. Direct measurement of primary radical concentrations in pulsed laser photolysis
    [1997]
  161. Chain Transfer Activity of ω-Unsaturated Methyl Methacrylate Oligomers
    [1996-01]
  162. Chain transfer activity of omega-unsaturated methyl methacrylate oligomers
    [1996]
  163. Use of Chain Length Distributions in Determining Chain Transfer Constants and Termination Mechanisms
    [1996-01]
  164. Use of chain length distributions in determining chain transfer constants and termination mechanisms
    [1996]
  165. Control of polymer structure by chain transfer processes
    [1996]
  166. Morphology-property relationships in ABS/PET blends .1. Compositional effects
    [1996]
  167. Morphology-property relationships in ABS/PET blends .2. Influence of processing conditions on structure and properties
    [1996]
  168. Alkoxyamine-initiated living radical polymerization: Factors affecting alkoxyamine homolysis rates
    [1995]
  169. EVALUATION OF PROPAGATION RATE CONSTANTS FOR THE FREE-RADICAL POLYMERIZATION OF METHACRYLONITRILE BY PULSED-LASER PHOTOLYSIS
    [1995]
  170. NARROW POLYDISPERSITY BLOCK-COPOLYMERS BY FREE-RADICAL POLYMERIZATION IN THE PRESENCE OF MACROMONOMERS
    [1995]
  171. The Chemistry of Free Radical Polymerization
    [1995]
  172. COMPATABILISATION OF POLYSTYRENE-POLYOLEFIN BLENDS - IMPACT PROPERTIES
    [1994]
  173. NEW FREE-RADICAL RING-OPENING ACRYLATE MONOMERS
    [1994]
  174. EFFECT OF ETHYL ALUMINUM SESQUICHLORIDE ON THE RELATIVE REACTIVITIES OF STYRENE AND METHYL-METHACRYLATE TOWARDS THE 1-CYANO-1-METHYLETHYL AND THE 1-METHYL-1-(METHOXYCARBONYL)ETHYL RADICALS
    [1993]
  175. EVALUATION OF THE KINETIC-PARAMETERS FOR STYRENE POLYMERIZATION AND THEIR CHAIN-LENGTH DEPENDENCE BY KINETIC SIMULATION AND PULSED-LASER PHOTOLYSIS
    [1993]
  176. FURTHER-STUDIES ON THE THERMAL-DECOMPOSITION OF AIBN IMPLICATIONS CONCERNING THE MECHANISM OF TERMINATION IN METHACRYLONITRILE POLYMERIZATION
    [1993]
  177. ABSOLUTE RATE CONSTANTS FOR RADICAL-MONOMER REACTIONS - THE NITROXIDE METHOD
    [1992]
  178. CONSISTENT VALUES OF RATE PARAMETERS IN FREE-RADICAL POLYMERIZATION SYSTEMS .2. OUTSTANDING DILEMMAS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
    [1992]
  179. EFFECT OF ETHYL ALUMINUM SESQUICHLORIDE ON THE SPECIFICITY OF THE REACTIONS OF 1-METHYL-1-METHOXYCARBONYLETHYL RADICAL - IMPLICATIONS AS TO THE MECHANISM OF ALTERNATING COPOLYMERIZATION
    [1992]
  180. EFFECTS OF SOLVENT ON MODEL COPOLYMERIZATION REACTIONS - A C-13-NMR STUDY
    [1992]
  181. C-13 = O NMR SIGNAL ASSIGNMENTS FOR POLY(NORMAL-BUTYL METHACRYLATE-CO METHYL-METHACRYLATE) - APPLICATION OF C-13-H-1 CORRELATION SPECTROSCOPY AND C-13 LABELING
    [1991]
  182. COMPUTER-SIMULATION OF THE CHEMICAL-PROPERTIES OF COPOLYMERS
    [1991]
  183. A HIGH-STABILITY POLAR STATIONARY PHASE FOR CAPILLARY GC
    [1990]
  184. INVITED REVIEW - UNDERSTANDING AND CONTROLLING RADICAL POLYMERIZATION
    [1990]
  185. THE APPLICATION OF SUPERCOMPUTERS IN MODELING CHEMICAL-REACTION KINETICS - KINETIC SIMULATION OF QUASI-LIVING RADICAL POLYMERIZATION
    [1990]
  186. Azo and Peroxy Initiators
    [1989]
  187. Chemistry of Bimolecular Termination
    [1989]
  188. HOW POWERFUL ARE COMPOSITION DATA IN DISCRIMINATING BETWEEN THE TERMINAL AND PENULTIMATE MODELS FOR BINARY COPOLYMERIZATION
    [1989]
  189. Other Initiating Systems
    [1989]
  190. THE PHILICITY OF TERT-BUTOXY RADICALS - WHAT FACTORS ARE IMPORTANT IN DETERMINING THE RATE AND REGIOSPECIFICITY OF TERT-BUTOXY RADICAL-ADDITION TO OLEFINS
    [1989]
  191. WEAK LINKS IN POLYSTYRENE THERMAL-DEGRADATION OF POLYMERS PREPARED WITH AIBN OR BENZOYL PEROXIDE AS INITIATOR
    [1989]
  192. CONSISTENT VALUES OF RATE PARAMETERS IN FREE-RADICAL POLYMERIZATION SYSTEMS
    [1988]
  193. END GROUPS OF POLY(METHYL METHACRYLATE-CO-STYRENE) PREPARED WITH TERT-BUTOXY, METHYL, AND OR PHENYL RADICAL INITIATION - EFFECTS OF SOLVENT, MONOMER COMPOSITION, AND CONVERSION
    [1988]
  194. KINETICS OF THE COUPLING REACTIONS OF THE NITROXYL RADICAL 1,1,3,3-TETRAMETHYLISOINDOLINE-2-OXYL WITH CARBON-CENTERED RADICALS
    [1988]
  195. THERMAL-STABILITY OF BENZOYL PEROXIDE INITIATED POLYSTYRENE
    [1988]
  196. THERMAL-STABILITY OF POLY(METHYL METHACRYLATE)
    [1988]
  197. CORRECTION
    [1987]
  198. INFLUENCES OF THE INITIATION AND TERMINATION REACTIONS ON THE MOLECULAR-WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION AND COMPOSITIONAL HETEROGENEITY OF FUNCTIONAL COPOLYMERS - AN APPLICATION OF MONTE-CARLO SIMULATION
    [1987]
  199. INITIATION - THE REACTIONS OF PRIMARY RADICALS
    [1987]
  200. C-13-H-1 HETERONUCLEAR CHEMICAL-SHIFT CORRELATION SPECTROSCOPY APPLIED TO POLY(METHYL [CARBONYL-C-13]METHACRYLATE) - AN UNAMBIGUOUS METHOD FOR ASSIGNING RESONANCES TO CONFIGURATIONAL SEQUENCES
    [1986]
  201. CORRECTION
    [1986]
  202. CRITICAL-POINTS (AZEOTROPIC COMPOSITIONS) IN MULTICOMPONENT COPOLYMERIZATION
    [1986]
  203. KINETIC DATA FOR COUPLING OF PRIMARY ALKYL RADICALS WITH A STABLE NITROXIDE
    [1986]
  204. KINETIC SIMULATION OF POLYMERIZATION INVOLVING TERMINATION BY REVERSIBLE CHAIN TRANSFER
    [1986]
  205. TACTICITY OF POLY(METHYL METHACRYLATE) - EVIDENCE FOR A PENPENULTIMATE GROUP EFFECT IN FREE-RADICAL POLYMERIZATION
    [1986]
  206. CRITICAL-POINTS IN BINARY COPOLYMERIZATION AND THE PENULTIMATE GROUP EFFECT
    [1985]
  207. SLOW NITROGEN INVERSION-N-O ROTATION IN 2-ALKOXY-1,1,3,3-TETRAMETHYLISOINDOLINES
    [1985]
  208. STRUCTURAL DEFECTS IN POLYMERS - THEIR IDENTIFICATION AND SIGNIFICANCE
    [1985]
  209. APPLICATION OF C-13 LABELED INITIATORS AND C-13 NMR TO THE STUDY OF THE KINETICS AND EFFICIENCY OF INITIATION OF STYRENE POLYMERIZATION
    [1984]
  210. EVALUATION OF END GROUPS IN POLY(METHYL METHACRYLATE-CO-STYRENE) BY C-13 NMR
    [1984]
  211. FATE OF THE INITIATOR IN THE AZOBIS(ISOBUTYRONITRILE)-INITIATED POLYMERIZATION OF STYRENE
    [1984]
  212. ON THE RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF CROSS AND HOMOTERMINATION IN RADICAL COPOLYMERIZATION
    [1984]
  213. THE USE OF MODEL COMPOUNDS IN INTERPRETING THE THERMAL-DEGRADATION OF POLY(METHYL METHACRYLATE) - EFFECT OF GROUPS PRODUCED DURING TERMINATION OF POLYMERIZATION
    [1984]
  214. ON THE REGIOSELECTIVITY OF FREE-RADICAL PROCESSES - REACTIONS OF BENZOYLOXY, PHENYL AND TERT-BUTOXY RADICALS WITH SOME ALPHA,BETA-UNSATURATED ESTERS
    [1983]
  215. SOLVENT EFFECTS ON THE REACTION OF TERT-BUTOXY RADICALS WITH METHYL-METHACRYLATE
    [1983]
  216. SYNTHESIS OF THE RADICAL SCAVENGER 1,1,3,3-TETRAMETHYLISOINDOLIN-2-YLOXYL
    [1983]
  217. [1982-08]
  218. A PRODUCT STUDY OF THE NITROXIDE INHIBITED THERMAL POLYMERIZATION OF STYRENE
    [1982]
  219. HEAD ADDITION OF RADICALS TO METHYL-METHACRYLATE
    [1982]
  220. Head additon of radicals to methyl methacrylate
    [1982]
  221. REACTIONS OF BENZOYLOXYL RADICALS WITH SOME COMMON VINYL MONOMERS
    [1982]
  222. SELECTIVITY OF THE REACTION OF FREE-RADICALS WITH STYRENE
    [1982]
  223. STRUCTURE OF BENZOYL PEROXIDE INITIATED POLYSTYRENE - DETERMINATION OF THE INITIATOR-DERIVED FUNCTIONALITY BY C-13 NMR
    [1982]
  224. THE REACTION OF BENZOYLOXY RADICALS WITH STYRENE - IMPLICATIONS CONCERNING THE STRUCTURE OF POLYSTYRENE
    [1982]
  225. THE REACTION OF ACYL PEROXIDES WITH 2,2,6,6-TETRAMETHYLPIPERIDINYL-1-OXY
    [1981]
  226. RING-OPENING OF SOME RADICALS CONTAINING THE CYCLOPROPYLMETHYL SYSTEM
    [1980]
  227. THE KINETICS AND MECHANISM OF RING-OPENING OF RADICALS CONTAINING THE CYCLOBUTYLCARBINYL SYSTEM
    [1980]
  228. STUDIES ON 6-METHYL-5-DEAZATETRAHYDROPTERIN AND ITS 4A ADDUCTS
    [1979]
  229. MECHANISM OF DECOMPOSITION OF GEMINAL DIAMINES
    [1978]
  230. MECHANISM OF OXIDATION OF 6-METHYL-5-CARBA-5-DEAZATETRAHYDROPTERIN - EVIDENCE FOR INVOLVEMENT OF A 4A-ADDUCT IN OXIDATION OF TETRAHYDROPTERINS
    [1978]
  231. ALUMINUM-CHLORIDE PROMOTED REACTIONS OF ETHYL ACRYLATE WITH OLEFINS
    [1977]
  232. CYCLIZATION OF 3-ALLYLHEX-5-ENYL RADICAL - MECHANISM, AND IMPLICATIONS CONCERNING STRUCTURES OF CYCLOPOLYMERS
    [1975]
  233. Intramolecular Addition In Hex-5-enyl, Hept-6-enyl, and Oct-7-enyl Radicals
    [1974]

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