Macromolecular Solutions

Macromolecular Solutions

Solvent-Property Relationships in Polymers

1st Edition - January 1, 1982

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  • Editors: Raymond B. Seymour, G. Allan Stahl
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483154282

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Macromolecular Solutions: Solvent-Property Relationships in Polymers is a collection of papers presented at a symposium on Macromolecular Solutions, held New York City on August 23-28, 1981, sponsored by the American Chemical Society at its 182nd national meeting. This book is composed of 19 chapters and begins with discussions on the concept, application, and analysis of solubility parameters of polymers. The succeeding chapters deal with the role of solubility parameters in polymer coating design and stress cracking of nylon. Considerable chapters are devoted to the preparation, properties, reactions, and analysis of various polymers and copolymers. These topics are followed by surveys of the polymer-surfactant interaction effect on polymer solution properties and the effects of methanol-gasoline mixtures on elastomers. The final chapters describe the residual solvent content effect on dissolution kinetics of polymers; the application of excimer fluorescence to measure polymer-solvent interactions; and a general procedure for the calculation of thermodynamic properties of polymer solutions. This book will be of great value to polymer chemists, manufacturers, and researchers.

Table of Contents

  • 1 Some Answered and Unanswered Questions About the Solubility Parameter.

    2 Applications of the Solubility Parameter Concept in Polymer Science.

    3 Solubilities and Solubility Parameters of Polymers from Inverse Gas Chromatography.

    4 The Solubility Parameter Concept in the Design of Polymers for High Performance Coatings.

    5 The Role of Solubility in Stress Cracking of Nylon-6,6.

    6 Solution Behavior of Group IV B Polyoximes.

    7 Aliphatic Stearates of Increasing Chain Length: Characterization and Solubility in Poly Vinyl Chloride.

    8 Evaluation of Ethylene Copolymers as Pour Depressants.

    9 Preparation and Properties of Cellulose Blends in Dimethylsulfoxide Solution.

    10 Cellulose Dissolution and Derivatization in LiC1/N,N-Dimethylacetamide Solutions.

    11 Ethyl Cellulose Anisotropie Membranes.

    12 Wettability of Polymers and Hydrogels by the Wilhelmy Plate Technique.

    13 Organic Flocculants in Dewatering Fine Coal and Coal Refuse: Structure vs. Performance.

    14 Effect of Polymer-Surfactant Interaction on Polymer Solution Properties.

    Elastomer/Gasoline Blends Interactions I. Effects of Methanol/ Gasoline Mixtures on Elastomers.

    New Empirical Relation Between Cohesion Energy Density and Onsager Reaction Field For Several Classes of Organic Compounds.

    Dissolution Kinetics of Polymers: Effect of Residual Solvent Content.

    Use of Excimer Fluorescence to Measure Polymer-Solvent Interactions.

    Procedure for Predicting Thermodynamic Properties of Polymer Solutions from Data on the Solvent and Oligomers.

Product details

  • No. of pages: 244
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Pergamon 1982
  • Published: January 1, 1982
  • Imprint: Pergamon
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483154282

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Raymond B. Seymour

G. Allan Stahl

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