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In a-methyl styrene, all the factors lowering the AHp have combined; namely, the resonance of the benzene ring, the —CH3 hyper- THERMODYNAMICS OF POLYMERIZATION. I 347 conjugation stabilizing the monomer, and the a,a-disubstitution destabilizing the polymer. In vinylidene chloride the electronegativity of the chlorine substitution has caused the compensating effect of raising the value, since otherwise the chlorine substituent, being almost the same size as the methyl, should have lowered the AHp to 13 kcal as for isobutene.
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