In step-growth polymerization, the Carothers equation (or Carothers' equation) gives the degree of polymerization, Xn, for a given fractional monomer conversion, p.There are several versions of this equation, proposed by Wallace Carothers who invented nylon in 1935.

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  • In step-growth polymerization, the Carothers equation (or Carothers' equation) gives the degree of polymerization, Xn, for a given fractional monomer conversion, p.There are several versions of this equation, proposed by Wallace Carothers who invented nylon in 1935.
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  • In step-growth polymerization, the Carothers equation (or Carothers' equation) gives the degree of polymerization, Xn, for a given fractional monomer conversion, p.There are several versions of this equation, proposed by Wallace Carothers who invented nylon in 1935.
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  • Équation de Carothers
  • Carothers equation
  • Carothers-Gleichung
  • Równanie Carothersa
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