**Monomers & P****olymers**

**MP9. Solutions for Selected Problems**

Problem MP1.1.

Problem MP1.2.

Problem MP1.3.

Problem MP2.1.

Problem MP2.2.

Problem MP2.3.

Note that because the initiator is a diol the polymer becomes telechelic (it grows in both directions).

Problem MP3.1.

Problem MP3.2.

Problem MP4.1.

Problem MP4.2.

Problem MP4.3.

Problem MP5.1.

Problem MP5.2.

Note that higher formation constant usually leads to higher molecular weights of coordination polymers.

Problem MP5.3.

Problem MP6.1.

Problem MP7.1.

Problem MP7.2.

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