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Pure Appl. Chem., 1984, Vol. 56, No. 3, pp. 427-438

Unconventional radical polymerizations

C. I. Simionescu and B. C. Simionescu

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  • LOAN S., LOAN C., BERCEA M., SIMIONESCU* B. C.: Polymolecularity Correction Factors for the Thermodynamic Properties of High Molecular Weight Polyacrylonitrile. Journal of Macromolecular Science, Part A 1998, 35, 609. <>
  • Colombani Daniel: Chain-growth control in free radical polymerization. Prog Polym Sci 1997, 22, 1649. <>
  • Ioan Silvia, Bercea Maria, Ioan Catalina, Simionescu Bogdan C: Solution properties of ultrahigh molecular weight polymers—20. Polymer chain dimensions of poly(methyl methacrylate). Euro Poly J 1995, 31, 85. <>
  • Simionescu Cristofor I., Ioan Silvia, Bercea Maria, Mitu Nicolae, Simionescu Bogdan C.: High molecular weight polystyrene in solvent mixtures. Preferential and total adsorption. Euro Poly J 1993, 29, 183. <>
  • Simionescu Cristofor I., Simionescu Bogdan C.: The mechanism of plasma-induced polymerization. Makromol Chem Macromol Symp 1992, 54-55, 595. <>
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  • Simionescu Bogdan C., Ioan Silvia, Bercea Maria, Simionescu Cristofor I.: Solution characterization of high molecular weight polyacrylonitrile obtained by plasma-induced polymerization. Euro Poly J 1991, 27, 553. <>
  • Simionescu Cristofor I, Simionescu Bogdan C, Neamţu Iordana, Ioan Silvia: Solution properties of ultrahigh molecular weight polymers: 11. A viscometric study on the excluded volume effect of poly(butyl methacrylate). Poly 1987, 28, 165. <>
  • Simionescu Cristofor I., Simionescu Bogdan C., Ioan Silvia: Plasma-Induced Living Radical Copolymerization. Journal of Macromolecular Science Part A - Chemistry 1985, 22, 765. <>