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16-Sep-2016 | Yueyan Zhang, Jared J. Griebel, Philip T. Dirlam, Ngoc A. Nguyen, Richard S. Glass, Michael E. Mackay, Kookheon Char ..., Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2016
ABSTRACT High sulfur content copolymers were prepared via the inverse vulcanization of elemental sulfur with styrene. This reaction was carried out at a relatively low temperature and invokes a new chain transfer mechanism of abstraction of benzylic protons to form stable copolymers. The use ...
06-May-2016 | Jimmy Lawrence; Sang-Ho Lee; Allison Abdilla; Mitchell D. Nothling; Jing M. Ren; Abigail S. Knight; Carolin Fleischm ..., Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2016
A versatile strategy is reported for the multigram synthesis of discrete oligomers from commercially available monomer families, e.g., acrylates, styrenics, and siloxanes. Central to this strategy is the identification of reproducible procedures for the separation of oligomer mixtures using ...
24-Sep-2015 | Bryan S. Beckingham; Gabriel E. Sanoja; Nathaniel A. Lynd, Macromolecules, 2015
We propose a new method for the determination of reactivity ratios based on a nonterminal model of copolymerization kinetics. Within the context of this model, we derive simple, reactivity-ratio-dependent expressions whose solution relies solely on monomer consumption information spanning the ...
01-Jul-2013 | Satyajeet Ojha; Alei Dang; Chin Ming Hui; Clare Mahoney; Krzysztof Matyjaszewski; Michael R. Bockstaller, Langmuir, 2013
The governing parameters controlling the miscibility of particle additives within polymeric host media are analyzed for the particular case of silica particle fillers embedded within a poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) matrix. For athermal polymer-graft modification of particles (corresponding to ...
01-Mar-2011 | Pilar G Escribano; Maria J Cánovas; Maria C Ojeda; Carmen del Río; Félix Sánchez; Jose L Acosta; Pilar Garcia Escribiano, Polymer International, 2011
Abstract Polymers with ionic groups attached (ionomers) are indispensable electrolyte materials for proton exchange membrane fuel cells. Nafion®, a widely used membrane, has many disadvantages: price, high methanol crossover and conductivity loss at temperatures above 80 °C. This work reports ...
01-Jan-2011 | Krishnamoorthy, Swapna; Haria, Mehul; Fortier‐mcgill, Blythe E.; Jafar Mazumder, M. A.; Robinson, Erica I.; X ..., Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2011
Abstract Solution and dispersion copolymerizations of N‐phenylmaleimide (PMI) with either styrenics or alkyl vinyl ethers (AVEs), systems with a tendency to give alternating polymers, were investigated with the goal of producing high glass transition particles. Equimolar solution ...