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FA undergoes complex transformations into equally complex macromolecular structures when treated with an acidic initiator, even under mild conditions of acid strength and concentration at low temperatures. 7 The two mechanisms responsible for conjugated sequences (color formation) and subsequent cross-linking in the acid-catalyzed polymerization of FA . 7. The understanding of these intricacies also showed that they are intrinsic to the structure of the initial simple linear oligomers, that is, that they are not avoidable side reactions.
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Green Polymerization Methods: Renewable Starting Materials, Catalysis and Waste Reduction by Robert T. Mathers, Michael A. R. Meier