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Fundamentals and Recent Advances in Controlled Radical Polymerization

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Conventional free radical polymerization is among the most frequently employed polymerization procedures to prepare over 100 million tons of commercial polymers. However, these polymers are ill-defined with high dispersity, uncontrolled molecular weight, topology, or composition. This is due to a very short lifetime of propagating radicals (

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