Catalytic chain transfer ( 2 ) is a process fo…

Catalytic chain transfer ( 2 ) is a process for modifying radical polymerization reactions to allow for better control of the resulting polymers. It is most often used to create shorter chain polymers or low molecular weight polymers. Complexes of Co, Cr, Fe, Mo, and other metals are common catalysts for this process. 

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