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 consequences of polyvinyl alcohols at the polymerization of vinyl acetate / Alexander S. Dunn, Christopher J. Tonge, and Samir A.B. Anabtawi --
Micellar measurement impact 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 : guidance 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 --
selection of latex particle measurement from polymerization premiums / Carlton G. strength --
Polymerization of acrylonitrile in ultracentrifugal fields / Adolf G. components and Enn Elbing --
Radiation triggered emulsion polymerization of vinyl chloride / J. Barriac, R. Knorr, E.P. Stahel, and V. Stannett --
Aqueous-phase polymerization of butadiene initated through 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 received 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 --
impression 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 homes of acrylic latex interpenetrating polymer networks as wide 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 nation and temporary 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 tactic of learning morphology of the got multiphase excessive effect platforms / V.D. Yenalyev, N.A. Noskova, and B.V. Kravchenko.
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Br. Polym. J. (1969) 1, 266. 16. , Kobunshi Kagaku, (1958) 15, 170. 17. A. and Vardanyan, Arm. Khim. Zhur. (1967) 20, 338. 18. , Preprint (1972) 13 1261 19. , contributio Science Group Discussion on 'Characterisation and Colloidal Properties of PolymerLatices',Bristol, 26/27 June 1974. 20. , Plast. Massy. (1974) 15 (8): English translation, Int. Polym. Sci. Tech. (1975) 2, T82 (1). 21. I. , Vysokomol. Soed. A (1975) 17, 182 (1), cf. Chem. Abstr. (1975) 82, 140547b. 22. , Vysokomol. Soed. A, (1972) 14, 2097: English translation, Polym.
1 1 Adsorption o f P o l y v i n y l A l c o h o l s by P o l y v i n y l Acetate Latex. I t would be expected that the • b l o c k i e r samples o f p o l y v i n y l a l c o h o l would be the more s t r o n g l y adsorbed on p o l y v i n y l acetate l a t e x p a r t i c l e s . Adsorption isotherms ( F i g . 4) were determined by a procedure s i m i l a r to that used by Johnson and Lewis (15) to study adsorption o f p o l y v i n y l a l c o h o l by carbon b l a c k s . P o l y v i n y l a l c o h o l remaining i n s o l u t i o n i s determined c o l o r i m e t r i c a l l y using a b o r i c a c i d - i o d i n e reagent which minimises the e f f e c t o f s t r u c t u r a l d i f f e r e n c e s between the p o l y v i n y l a l c o h o l s on the colour developed: nevertheless the c a l i b r a t i o n curves f o r the d i f f e r e n t grades do d i f f e r s l i g h t l y .
1969) 1, 266. 16. , Kobunshi Kagaku, (1958) 15, 170. 17. A. and Vardanyan, Arm. Khim. Zhur. (1967) 20, 338. 18. , Preprint (1972) 13 1261 19. , contributio Science Group Discussion on 'Characterisation and Colloidal Properties of PolymerLatices',Bristol, 26/27 June 1974. 20. , Plast. Massy. (1974) 15 (8): English translation, Int. Polym. Sci. Tech. (1975) 2, T82 (1). 21. I. , Vysokomol. Soed. A (1975) 17, 182 (1), cf. Chem. Abstr. (1975) 82, 140547b. 22. , Vysokomol. Soed. A, (1972) 14, 2097: English translation, Polym.