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Changes in the transition metal itself have a large effect. Titanium compounds are the most isoselective, while vanadium compounds are the most syndioselective. Differences in initiator stereoselectivity and activity are greatest for the more stereoselective and active transition metal components (trivalent oxidation state). Initiators based on the less stereoselective and active transition metals (tetravelent oxidation state) are less affected by changes. Initiator stereoselectivity and activity are dependent on the crystal structure, steric size, ligands, and the electronegativity of the transition metal. Decreasing the electronegativity of the transition metal (leading to a more easily polarized metal growth bond) by changes in the transition metal, or its valence state, or its ligands, increases the stereoselectivity of the initiator. Increasing the size of the ligands decreases stereoselctivity probably because of a decreased coordinating ability. The quantitative interrelationship of these and other factors with the crystal structure of the transition metal and the active sites in determining stereoselectivity and activity are not clear.
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Although the group I III metal component is not an absolute necessity, its presence has a very signi cant effect on both activity and stereoselectivity [Boor, 1967, 1979; Coover et al., 1967; Diedrich, 1975; Natta, 1960a,b]. The group I III metal component is required to obtain high stereoselectivity and high activity. Active initiators for ethylene and a-ole n polymerizations have been found using Li, Na, and K from group I; Be, Mg, Zn, and Cd from group II; and Al and Ga from group III. Ziegler Natta initiators based on other group I III metals have far lower activity and stereoselectivity. Aluminum compounds are by far the most often used, a consequence of their ready availability and ease of handling (once in solution). Gallium is also active but expensive. Zinc and magnesium alkyls are the most thoroughly studied group II metal component [Greco et al., 1979]; beryllium compounds have received little attention because of their toxicity. Lithium, sodium, and potassium alkyls are the most studied group I metal component. They are generally not as attractive as the group II and III metals because of their lower solubility in the hydrocarbon solvents normally used. (Lithium alkyls, although soluble, are highly associated in hydrocarbon solvents.) For initiators in which the group I III metal is unchanged, isoselectivity generally decreases as the size of the organic group increases, although the opposite effect has also been reported. When titanium is the transition metal, the replacement of an alkyl group in AlR3 by any halogen other than uorine results in increased stereoselectivity and decreased activity, where the effect of halogen is I > Br > Cl [Danusso, 1964; Doi and Keii, 1978]. The replacement of a second alkyl group in the aluminum component by halogen leads to a further decrease in activity as well as a moderate decrease in stereoselectivity. The behavior with vanadium compounds is very different. Trialkylaluminum yields isotactic polypropene [Chien et al., 1989], while AlR2 Cl yields syndiotactic polypropene. In fact, syndiotactic polypropene is obtained in high yield only with AlR2 Cl in combination with a soluble vanadium salt.
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A variety of different compounds have been added to recipes for Ziegler Natta initiators in attempts to enhance stereoselectivity and activity [Boor, 1979; Coover et al., 1967]. These are electron donors (Lewis bases) and include oxygen, water, inorganic and organic halides, phenols, ethers, esters, amines, phosphines, aromatics, carbon disul de, and hexamethylphosphoramide. The effects of the third components vary considerably depending on the third component and the other two components of the initiator system. Some additives increase stereoselectivity and/or activity, while others have the opposite effect. Some increase stereoselectivity while decreasing activity or vice versa. Some additives such as oxygen and water have deleterious effects on both activity and stereoselectivity. Still other additives affect polymer molecular weight either exclusively or along with changes in initiator activity and stereoselectivity. The high-mileage initiators achieve high activity by supporting (and nely dispersing) the transition metal component on MgCl2 . High stereoselectivity is maintained and even increased by the Lewis base [Barbe et al., 1987; Chadwick, 2001; Chadwick et al., 2001; Chien and Hu, 1987; Chien and Bres, 1986; Chien et al., 1982; Galli et al., 1981; Pino and Mulhaupt, 1980; Soga et al., 1988, 1990]. Various mechanisms have been proposed for the action of Lewis bases in improving stereoselectivity decreasing the reactivity of the less stereoselective sites (perhaps by altering the ligands) and increasing the number of stereoselective sites by assisting in their stabilization and/or dispersal in the support. Both internal and external electron donors (Lewis bases) are used to produce the highmileage initiators. An internal base is typically ball-milled with the support material and the transition metal component subsequently added with further mixing. This is followed by the addition of a mixture of the group I III metal component with the external base. Previous recipes used the same base, usually an aromatic ester such as diisobutyl phthalate, as both internal and external bases. More recent recipes use an aromatic ester or diether as the internal base and an alkoxysilane, such as RR0 Si(OCH3 )2 or RSi(OCH3 )3 , as the external base. The external base is needed, especially when an ester is used as the internal base, because the addition of the group I III metal component results in the loss of a large fraction of the internal base. Without replacement of the lost base by the external base, there is a loss of stereoselectivity [Chadwick et al., 2001]. An external base is seldom needed when a diether is used as the internal base. The loss of diether during the initiator preparation is much less than the loss of the ester. 8-4i 8-4i-1 Kinetics Observed Rate Behavior
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The kinetics of Ziegler Natta polymerization are complex. The relatively few polymerizations that are homogeneous behave in a manner generally similar to noncoordination ionic polymerizations (Chap. 5). The heterogeneous systems usually exhibit complicated behavior as shown in Fig. 8-15 [Boor, 1979; Bur eld, 1984; Bur eld et al., 1976; Cooper, 1976; Keii, 1972; Tait and Watkins, 1989]. The behavior described by plot 1 is usually observed when the particle size of the transition metal component is relatively large. The particles of the transition metal component consist of aggregates of smaller crystals. The mechanical pressure of the growing polymer chains cleaves these aggregates with the result that the initiator surface area, number of active sites, and polymerization rate increase with time. After this initial period, referred to as a buildup or settling period, a steady-state rate is reached, which
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