Polymerizations Mediated by Well-Defined Rhodium Complexes
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This Minireview details the current state-of-the-art relating to (co)polymerizations mediated by well-defined RhI -ethynyl, vinyl, and aryl complexes. In particular, we focus on RhI species suitable for the (co)polymerization of phenylacetylenes, arylisocyanides, as well as propargyl esters and amides.
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