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723126 Sigma-Aldrich

Bis(dodecylsulfanylthiocarbonyl) disulfide

≥95%

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Properties

Related Categories Materials Science, Polymer Science, RAFT Agent Precursors, RAFT Agents, Reagents for Controlled Radical Polymerization,
InChI Key   UUNRYKCXJSDLRD-UHFFFAOYSA-N
assay   ≥95%
form   solid
mp   30-35 °C
storage temp.   −20°C

Description

General description

Need help choosing the correct RAFT Agent? Please consult the RAFT Agent to Monomer compatibility table.

Application

Reversible Addition Fragmentation Chain Transfer (RAFT) Polymerization

Packaging

5 g in glass bottle

Legal Information

Sold for research purposes only: See sigma-aldrich.com/raftlicense. Patents: WO98/01478; WO99/311444.

Safety & Documentation

Safety Information

RIDADR 
NONH for all modes of transport
WGK Germany 
3
Flash Point(F) 
>230 °F
Flash Point(C) 
>110 °C

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Protocols & Articles

Articles

A Micro Review of Reversible Addition/Fragmentation Chain Transfer (RAFT) Polymerization

RAFT (Reversible Addition/Fragmentation Chain Transfer) polymerization is a reversible deactivation radical polymerization (RDRP) and one of the more versatile methods for providing living characteri...
Keywords: Biomaterials, Living polymerization, Nanotechnology, Polymerization reactions, Radical polymerization, Reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer polymerizations, transformation

Applying ARGET ATRP to the Growth of Polymer Brush Thin Films by Surface-initiated Polymerization

In 2006, Matyjaszewski and co-workers first described controlled radical polymerization by Activators ReGenerated by Electron Transfer Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization (ARGET ATRP),1-3 a developm...
Keywords: Antimicrobials, Ligands, Nanotubes, Oxidations, Polymerization reactions, Radical polymerization, Reductions, Reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer polymerizations, Solution polymerization, Solvents

Concepts and Tools for RAFT Polymerization

Reversible addition/fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT) is a form of living radical polymerization. RAFT polymerization was discovered at CSIRO in 1998.1 It soon became the focus of intensive researc...
Keywords: Polymerization reactions, Radical polymerization, Reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer polymerizations

Copper(I)-mediated Living Radical Polymerization in the Presence of Pyridylmethanimine Ligands

Emergence of living radical polymerization mediated by transition metal catalysts in 1995 was a seminal piece of work in the field of synthetic polymer chemistry.1-3 Since this date, many transition ...
Keywords: Catalysis, Condensations, Evaporation, Filtration, Ligands, Oxidations, Polymer science, Polymerization reactions, Precipitation, Purification, Radical polymerization, Reductions, Solvents

Reversible Addition Fragmentation Chain Transfer (RAFT) Polymerization

RAFT (Reversible Addition Fragmentation chain Transfer) polymerization is a reversible deactivation radical polymerization (RDRP) and one of the more versatile methods for providing living characteri...
Graeme Moad, Ezio Rizzardo, and San H. Thang
Material Matters 2010, 5.1, 2.
Keywords: Biomaterials, Living polymerization, Nanotechnology, Polymerization reactions, Radical polymerization, Reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer polymerizations, transformation

Tools for Performing ATRP (Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization)

Controlled radical polymerization (CRP) techniques have been reviewed in a number of articles1,2 and books,3 and include nitroxide-mediated polymerization (NMP),4-7 reversible addition fragmentation ...
Sebastian Grajales
Keywords: Ligands, Polymerization reactions, Purification, Radical polymerization, Reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer polymerizations, Solution polymerization

Typical Procedures for Polymerizing via ATRP

The following two procedures describe two ATRP polymerization reactions as performed by Prof. Dave Hadddleton′s research group at the University of Warwick.
Keywords: Gas chromatography, Ligands, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Polymerization reactions, Size-exclusion chromatography, Solvents

Typical Procedures for Polymerizing via RAFT

RAFT (Reversible Addition/Fragmentation Chain Transfer) is a form of living radical polymerization involving conventional free radical polymerization of a substituted monomer in the presence of a sui...
Keywords: Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Polymerization reactions, Radical polymerization, Reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer polymerizations

Protocols

RAFT Polymerization Procedures

RAFT (Reversible Addition-Fragmentation chain Transfer) is a form of living radical polymerization involving conventional free radical polymerization of a substituted monomer in the presence of a sui...
Keywords: Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Polymerization reactions, Radical polymerization, Reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer polymerizations

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RAFT Evaluation

In 1998, members of an Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Research Organization (CSIRO) team discovered the RAFT polymerization method.1
Keywords: Cell biology, Electronics, Polymerization reactions, Reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer polymerizations, Solvents

RAFT Polymerization Lecture Video - Materials Science

Dr. Ezio Rizzardo, Chief Scientist at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), presents an overview of Reversible Addition Fragmentation Chain Transfer (RAFT) Polymer...
Keywords: Deprotonations, Polymerization reactions, Radical polymerization, Reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer polymerizations

Peer-Reviewed Papers
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