重合反応 [in Japanese] Solid State Polymerization [in Japanese]
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Solid state reaction is strictly controlled by the crystal structure of the reactive molecules. As the reactions occur between the neighboring two or three molecules, their local arrangement is most important. In the polymerization, however, an additional factor is required to complete the reaction; that is, repeated relative arrangement of the neighboring molecules in some direction to form a backbone of the polymer molecule. Since the required condition is very difficult to desigh in the crystal lattice, new development in this field of chemistry is strongly expected.
X-RAYS 37(1), 48-53, 1995-02-28
The Crystallographic Society of Japan