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Virgil Percec, Tamaz Guliashvili, Anatoliy V Popov: Living radical polymerization of acrylic monomers and the formation of block copolymers therefrom. University of Pennsylvania December 30, 2008: US07470762 (1 worldwide citation)


Acrylic polymers are made by the living radical polymerization of acrylic monomers utilizing organo halide initiators with either metal-free or metal catalysts. Moreover, block copolymers of vinyl halide monomers and acrylic monomers are described by generally polymerizing either the vinyl halide mo ...


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Virgil Percec, Anatoliy V Popov: Aqueous room temperature living radical polymerization of vinyl halides. University of Pennsylvania June 28, 2005: US06911515 (1 worldwide citation)


A living polymerization process for preparation of poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) with controlled molecular weight and molecular weight distribution is described. The polymerization reaction can be initiated by various polyhalocarbon initiators in conjunction with non-metallic reducing single electron t ...


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Virgil Percec, Tamaz Guliashvili, Anatoliy V Popov: Living radical polymerization of halogen-containing and acrylic monomers and the formation of block copolymers therefrom. University of Pennsylvania March 18, 2008: US07345127


Acrylic polymers are made by the living radical polymerization of acrylic monomers utilizing organo halide initiators with either metal-free or metal catalysts. Moreover, block copolymers of vinyl halide monomers and acrylic monomers are described by generally polymerizing either the vinyl halide mo ...


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Virgil Percec, Anatoliy V Popov: Aqueous room temperature living radical polymerization of vinyl halides. University of Pennsylvania April 11, 2006: US07026420


A living polymerization process for preparation of poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) with controlled molecular weight and molecular weight distribution is described. The polymerization reaction can be initiated by various polyhalocarbon initiators in conjunction with non-metallic reducing single electron t ...


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Virgil Percec, Anatoliy V Popov: Aqueous room temperature living radical polymerization of vinyl halides. University Of Pennsylvania April 24, 2003: US20030078353-A1


A living polymerization process for preparation of poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) with controlled molecular weight and molecular weight distribution is described. The polymerization reaction can be initiated by various polyhalocarbon initiators in conjunction with non-metallic reducing single electron t ...


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Virgil Percec, Tamaz Guliashvili, Anatoliy V Popov: Living radical polymerization of halogen-containing and acrylic monomers and the formation of block copolymers therefrom. February 14, 2008: US20080039601-A1


Acrylic polymers are made by the living radical polymerization of acrylic monomers utilizing organo halide initiators with either metal-free or metal catalysts. Moreover, block copolymers of vinyl halide monomers and acrylic monomers are described by generally polymerizing either the vinyl halide mo ...


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Virgil Percec, Anatoliy V Popov: Aqueous room temperature living radical polymerization of vinyl halides. University of Pennsylvania July 7, 2005: US20050148734-A1


A living polymerization process for preparation of poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) with controlled molecular weight and molecular weight distribution is described. The polymerization reaction can be initiated by various polyhalocarbon initiators in conjunction with non-metallic reducing single electron t ...


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Virgil Percec, Tamaz Guliashvili, Anatoliy V Popov: Living radical polymerization of halogen-containing and acrylic monomers and the formation of block copolymers therefrom. June 16, 2005: US20050131186-A1


Acrylic polymers are made by the living radical polymerization of acrylic monomers utilizing organo halide initiators with either metal-free or metal catalysts. Moreover, block copolymers of vinyl halide monomers and acrylic monomers are described by generally polymerizing either the vinyl halide mo ...


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EJ Delikatny, Anatoliy V Popov, Gang Zheng, Theresa Mawn: Vivo detection of phospholipase activation. July 7, 2011: US20110165084-A1


The present invention is directed to a phospholipid-based NIR molecular beacon, having a phospholipid moiety; with an NIR fluorophore moiety covalently linked to a phospholipid glycerol backbone and a quencher moiety covalently linked to the phospholipid glycerol backbone. Additionally, provided her ...



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