By Irja Piirma
content material: Emulsification and emulsion polymerization of styrene utilizing combinations of cationic surfactant and lengthy chain fatty alcohols or alkanes as emulsifiers / A.R.M. Azad, J. Ugelstad, R.M. Fitch, and F.K. Hansen --
the results of polyvinyl alcohols at the polymerization of vinyl acetate / Alexander S. Dunn, Christopher J. Tonge, and Samir A.B. Anabtawi --
Micellar dimension influence in emulsion polymerization / Irja Piirma and Pao-Chi Wang --
Interfacial phenomena in emulsion polymerization of polar monomers / V.I. Yeliseyeva and A.V. Zuikov --
Gel-effect in emulsion polymerization of vinyl monomers / N. Friis and A.E. Hamielec --
Emulsion polymerization of multifunctional monomers : education of reactive microgels / W. Obrecht, U. Seitz, and W. Funke --
Kinetics and mechanism of the emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate / M. Nomura, M. Harada, W. Eguchi, and S. Nagata --
decision of latex particle measurement from polymerization charges / Carlton G. strength --
Polymerization of acrylonitrile in ultracentrifugal fields / Adolf G. components and Enn Elbing --
Radiation brought on emulsion polymerization of vinyl chloride / J. Barriac, R. Knorr, E.P. Stahel, and V. Stannett --
Aqueous-phase polymerization of butadiene initated by means of cobalt (III) acetylacetonate / D.C. Blackley and W.F.H. Burgar --
Emulsion redox copolymerization of vinyl ferrocene / F. Louis Floyd --
Molecular weight improvement in styrene and methyl methacrylate emulsion polymerization / Howard L. James, Jr. and Irja Piirma --
Molecular weight and molecular weight distribution of polystyrene bought with suspension polymerization / V.D. Yenalyev and V.I. Melnichenko --
Redox polymerization in emulsion / Henry Warson --
useful colloidal debris for immunoresearch / S.P.S. Yen, A. Rembaum, R.W. Molday, and W. Dreyer --
Mechanical balance of vinyl chloride homopolymer and copolymer latices / O. Palmgren --
impact of surfactant constitution at the electrodeposition of cationic latexes / E.H. Wagener, S.R. Kurowsky, D.S. Gibbs, and R.A. Wessling --
influence of viscosity and solubility parameter of a nonreactive liquid additive at the emulsion polymerization of styrene / Donald R. Owen, Donald McLemore, Wan-Li Liu, R.B. Seymour, and William N. Tinnerman --
Viscoelastic houses of acrylic latex interpenetrating polymer networks as large temperature span vibration damping fabrics / J.E. Lorenz, D.A. Thomas, and L.H. Sperling --
New advancements of crosslinkable emulsion polymers / Henry Warson --
non-stop emulsion polymerization : regular country and brief experiments with vinyl acetate and methyl methacrylate / R.K. Greene, R.A. Gonzalez, and G.W. Poehlein --
Structural framework for modelling emulsion polymerization reactors / K.W. Min and W.H. Ray --
non-stop emulsion polymerization of styrene in a tubular reactor / Mainak Ghosh and T.H. Forsyth --
amendment of polystyrene with polybutadiene and the strategy of learning morphology of the got multiphase excessive effect platforms / V.D. Yenalyev, N.A. Noskova, and B.V. Kravchenko.
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ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1976. 3. PIIRMA AND W A N G Micelhr Size Effect 35 and the s i z e of the mixed micelles i n t h e i r polymeri z a t i o n experiments and proposed that the larger polystyrene p a r t i c l e s were associated with the larger micelles. In the polymerization of styrene, using AIBN as i n i t i a t o r , Medvedev and co-workers (4) found that rates of polymerization showed a maximum and, the p a r t i c l e s i z e , a minimum value as the concentrations of the i o n i c component i n the mixed surfactant increased.
Mol. 3 s 3 s = c a l c u l a t e d molecular weight of the mixed surfactant with surfactant ratio, r. m w Where: N m C s A = (288 r + 860)/(l + r) 288 = molecular wt. o f SLS 860 == ave. mol. wt. o f BC-840. = number of mixed micelles/l-aqueous phase = moles o f mixed surfactants/l-aqueous phase = Avogadro s number. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1976. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1976. 734 aqueous phase. 0083 b C o r r e l a t i o n Coeff.
DUNN, CHRISTOPHER J. TONGE, and SAMIR A. B. ANABTAWI Department of Chemistry, The University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, Manchester M60 1QD, England Polyvinyl alcohol is an important component in the emulsifying systems use emulsion polymerisatio often used as a stabilising agent in suspension polymerisations, its use has not been found advantageous in the emulsion polymerisation of other monomers (2). Despite the unique importance of polyvinyl alcohol in the vinyl acetate polymerisation, few reports of its effects have been published.
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