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Block copolypeptides of various chain lengths consisting of different ~t-amino acids were synthesized by polymerization of the corresponding NCA in acetonitrile with the precipitated polypeptide, which has been formed by polymerizing an NCA with n-butyl amine in acetonitrile a74). Block copolymers of styrene and ~/-methyl-D-glutamate were obtained by polymerization of the NCA with a primary amine terminated polystyrene. Higher molecular weights were obtained in ethyl acetate than in propionitrile or dimethyl formamide aTs).
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