Initiators refer to a class of compounds that are easily decomposed into free radicals (ie, primary free radicals) by heat, which can be used to initiate free radical polymerization and copolymerization of olefinic and diene monomers, and can also be used for crosslinking and curing of unsaturated polyesters, and polymer cross-linking reaction. Initiators are generally compounds with weak bonds that are easily decomposed into active species, in which covalent bonds have two forms of homolysis and heterolysis. MOF initiators are compounds that can initiate the polymerization of metal-organic frameworks.
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