Behaviour of polyvinylmethyl ether in polymer latices.

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The Influence of Pressure on the Lower Critical Solution Temperature Miscibility Behavior of Aqueous Solutions of Poly(vinyl methyl ether) and the Relation to Cited by: Behaviour of polyvinylmethyl ether in polymer latices.

Author: Sivagurunathan, L. ISNI: Awarding Body: Polytechnic of North London Current Institution: London Metropolitan University Date of Award: Availability of Full Text.

Adjacent UCST Phase Behavior in Aqueous Solutions of Poly(vinyl methyl ether): Detection of a Narrow Low Temperature UCST in the Lower Concentration Range.

MacromoleculesCited by: Integrated Microdynamics Mechanism of the Thermal-Induced Phase Separation Behavior of Poly(vinyl methyl ether) Aqueous Solution. Bingjie Sun; Hengjie Lai; Peiyi Wu *Cited by:   Abstract.

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This article reviews the phase behavior of polymer blends with special emphasis on blends of random copolymers. Thermodynamic issues are considered and then experimental results on miscibility and phase separation are by: Poly(vinyl methyl ether) (PVME) Behaviour of polyvinylmethyl ether in polymer latices.

book a water soluble polymer, containing hydrophilic sites (ether oxygens that can stabilise the aqueous solution by forming hydrogen bonds with the neighbouring water molecules, as well as with other hydrogen donor substances) and hydrophobic ones (vinyl backbone and side methyl groups that can destabilise the aqueous solution through their aggregation and the Cited by: Poly(vinyl methyl ether) (PVME) is a water-soluble polymer that demixes from aqueous solutions on heating.

This lower critical solution temperature behaviour (LCST-behaviour) is more complex than what can be expected from “classical” theoretical by: Cite this chapter as: Ha CS., Ryou JH., Cho WJ., Roe RJ.

() Systematically Varying Compatibility of Styrene Containing Copolymers with Poly(Vinyl Methyl Ether).Author: Chang-Sik Ha, Jin-Ho Ryou, Won-Jei Cho, Ryong-Joon Roe. The observation in that isobutyl vinyl ether can be polymerized with stereoregularity ushered in the stereochemical study of polymers, eventually leading to the development of stereoregular Author: Robert Login.

This chapter presents the phase separation behavior in off-critical blends of polystyrene (PS)/ poly (vinyl methyl ether) (PVME) in the presence of multi-wall carbon nanotubes (MWNTs) by shear.

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Enthalpy and Dielectric Relaxation of Poly(vinyl methyl ether) Article in Macromolecules 51(15) July with 44 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Dynamic mechanical and sonic velocity behaviour of polystyrene-poly(vinyl methyl ether) blends Author links open overlay panel D.J. Hourston I.D. Hughes Show moreCited by: Synthesis and Rheological Properties of Some Styrene/Methacrylate Copolymer Latices Article in Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering 42(5) February with 18 Reads.

Special Issue: Special Issue: Dedicated to the memory of Ian Soutar, FRSE, formerly Professor of Polymer Chemistry at the University of Sheffield Pages: July Thermally induced phase separation behavior of polystyrene-poly(vinyl methyl ether) mixtures has been studied by light transmission, optical microscope, and pulsed nmr methods.

Trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO), betaine and sarcosine are among the family of methylamines which are a class of osmolytes that may lead to the alteration in the transition behaviour of thermo-responsive polymers (TRPs).Cited by: 6.

Among various Thermo-responsive polymers (TRPs), poly (vinyl methyl ether) (PVME) is considered to be one of the most advantageous because of its low toxicity. PVME is a classical water soluble polymer which shows temperature induced phase by: 6. For reproduction of material from NJC: Reproduced from Ref.

XX with permission from the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and The Royal Society of Chemistry. This UCST behavior, which is distinguished from thermodynamics instability, is similar to the appearance of a static inhomogeneity according to the frozen blob model, established for chemical polymer gels with heterogeneous crosslink density (J.

Bastide and L. Leibler, Macromolecules21, ).Cited by:   Poly(2-chloroethyl vinyl ether-alt-maleic anhydride) can exhibit lower critical solution temperature-type phase behavior reversibly by tuning the solvent composition in mixed solvent of tetrahydrofuran (THF) and hexane.

The effect of solvent composition and polymer concentration on cloud point of polymer solution was investigated. The cloud point temperature for high molecular weight polymer Cited by: 3. Part of the Advances in Polymer Science book series (POLYMER, volume ) Abstract The theoretical part of this article demonstrates how the original Flory–Huggins theory can be extended to describe the thermodynamic behavior of polymer-containing mixtures by: Poly(vinyl methyl ether) (PVME) is a non-ionic water-soluble polymer with useful properties, such as biocompatibility, non-toxicity, low glass transition temperature and thermoresponsive behavior with lower critical solution temperature (LCST) around K [5,6,7].Cited by: 7.

Poly(vinyl methyl ether) hydrogels at temperatures below the freezing point of water—molecular interactions and states of water Marcin Pastorczak, Gustavo Dominguez-Espinosa, Lidia Okrasa, Marek Pyda, Marcin Kozanecki, Slawomir Kadlubowski, Janusz M.

Rosiak, and Jacek UlanskiCited by: Studies of reactions with polymers. VII. The reaction of acrylonitrile‐grafted polyvinyl alcohol copolymer (PVA‐g‐AN) with NaOH/HCHO aqueous solution. The liquid–liquid equilibrium (LLE) and surface behavior of polymer solutions were investigated.

Systems of poly vinyl methyl ether (PVME)/water and polystyrene (PS)/cyclohexane were chosen as model systems because they show different types of LLE and surface : Han Earl Yang, Young Chan Bae. Glass-Transition Dynamics of Mixtures of Linear Poly(vinyl methyl ether) with Single-Chain Polymer Nanoparticles: Evidence of a New Type of Nanocomposite Materials by Beatriz Robles-Hernández 1,2,*, Marina González-Burgos 3, José A.

Pomposo 1,3,4, Juan Colmenero 1,2,3 and Ángel Alegría 1,3,*Author: Beatriz Robles-Hernández, Marina González-Burgos, José A.

Pomposo, Juan Colmenero, Ángel Alegría. The Effect of Reaction By-Products, Surface Group Lability and Microbial Activity on the Surface Characteristics of Polymer Latices.- Physico-Chemical Properties of Viscoelastic Aqueous Detergent Solutions.- Interfacial Behavior of Polymer Colloids.

Surface Excess Thermodynamic Properties of Aqueous Cellulose Ether Surfactant Solutions Vinyl Ether Volume Phase Transition Thermoresponsive Polymer Vinyl Methyl Ether Methyl Vinyl Ether These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: POLYMER CLASS: Polyvinylether: COMMON NAMES: Poly(methyl vinyl ether), Gantrez®, Lutonal® M STRUCTURE BASED NAME: Poly(methoxyethylene) ACRONYMS: PVME.

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The TiO2 particles in the ink a. Chemical Entities of Biological Interest (ChEBI) is a freely available dictionary of molecular entities focused on 'small' chemical compounds.The behaviour of miscible blends of polystyrene (PS)/poly(vinyl methyl ether)(PVME) of varying compositions has been investigated at temperatures where PS and PVME are miscible.

The PVME is seen to enrich the polymer –air surface, forming a layer with a width that is comparable to the correlation length. Further heating close to the demixing temperature results in the formation of a. The first, and simplest, statistical thermodynamic model of polymer blends was developed by Flory and Huggins ().The entropy of mixing, ΔS m, is assumed to be purely combinatorial and is calculated by enumerating the number of arrangements of the molecules on a enthalpy ΔH m is simply van der Waals energy of contact, and the difference between like and unlike pairs is Cited by: