Polymerization in Pharmaceutical Industry

Ziegler-Natta polymerization is a technique for vinyl polymerization. It's essential since it enables one to make polymers of particular tacticity. It was found by two researchers, and I figure we would all be able to make sense of what their names were. Ziegler-Natta is particularly helpful, in light of fact that it can make polymers that can't be made some other route, for example, straight unbranched polyethylene and isotactic polypropylene. Free radical vinyl polymerization can just give expanded polyethylene, and propylene won't polymerize at all by free radical polymerization

  • Naturalcoating agents
  • Disperse Systems
  • Film Coatings of Solid Dosage Forms
  • Taste masked by spray drying
  • Chain Transfer Reactions
  • Mechanism of the Polymer in Medicinal Chemistry

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