Achieving branched polyethylene waxes by aryliminocycloocta[b]pyridylnickel precatalysts: Synthesis, characterization, and ethylene polymerization

@article{Zhang2017AchievingBP,
  title={Achieving branched polyethylene waxes by aryliminocycloocta[b]pyridylnickel precatalysts: Synthesis, characterization, and ethylene polymerization},
  author={Randi Zhang and Z. Wang and Z. Flisak and Xiang Hao and Qingbin Liu and Wen-Hua Sun},
  journal={Journal of Polymer Science Part A},
  year={2017},
  volume={55},
  pages={2601-2610}
}
Cycloocta[b]pyridin-10-one was prepared to form the corresponding imino derivatives, which then reacted with (DME)NiBr2 to form 10-aryliminocycloocta[b]pyridylnickel bromides (Ni1–Ni5). The new compounds were characterized by means of FT-IR spectroscopy as well as elemental analysis and the organic ligands were also analyzed by the NMR measurements. Furthermore, the molecular structure of a representative complex Ni3 was determined by the single crystal X-ray diffraction, indicating the… Expand
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  • Materials Science
  • Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering
  • 2018

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