2013, VIII, 257 p. 140 illus., 70 illus. in color.
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Keywords »Active sites of Ziegler-Natta-catalysts - Chemistry Nobel Prize 1963 - Ethylene polymerization - Giulio Natta and Karl Ziegler - Isotactic polypropylene - Phillips catalysts - Polyolefin characterization and separation - Stereoselective propene polymerization - Walter Kaminsky - Ziegler-Natta catalysts