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The overall name for a family of polymerization processes is reversible deactivation radical polymerization (RDRP), originally known as live radical polymerization (LRP). The propagating species is a free radical in all of the procedures, and there is an equilibrium between active (free radical) and dormant species. Because of this (almost) perfect balance, all chains develop during the polymerization procedure. This produces polymers with a predefined degree of polymerization and a restricted molar mass distribution (typically).
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