Interpenetrating polymer networks
American Chemical Society, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 638 pages
Provides a comprehensive review of interpenetrating polymer networks. Opens with four review chapters by important workers in the field--Sperling, Klempner, Utracki, and Lipatov- and continues with an international penetration of current research. Covers synthesis and structure, miscibility and morphology, structure-property relationships, transport and permeability, and functionalized triglyceride oils.
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Interpenetrating Polymer Networks as EnergyAbsorbing Materials
Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Phase Separation
Equilibrium and Nonequilibrium Microphase Structures
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6FDA-APB ABCP acrylate AIBN American Chemical Society annealing Appl behavior block copolymers BTDA-APB castor oil chain Chem co-continuous coefficient component composition cross-link density cross-linked curing curves damping decreases DGEBA DGEBA-DDM domains dynamic mechanical effect elastomers electron films formation formulations Frisch gelation glass glass-transition temperature grafted IPN homogeneous immiscible increase initiator interactions Interpenetrating Polymer Networks kinetics Klempner latex lignin linear Macromolecules macromonomer materials matrix mechanical properties membranes methacrylate micrograph miscibility mixing mixture modulus molecular weight molecules monomer morphology parameter particles peak permeability phase inversion phase separation PHEMA PMDA-ODA PMMA PnBA polyester polyimide polymer blends polymerization polystyrene polyurethane PTFE radical ratio reaction rubber samples semi-IPN sequential IPN shear shown in Figure shows silicone SIPNs Sperling spinodal structure styrene synthesis Table tensile strength thermodynamic thermoplastic thermosets tion transition two-phase vernonia vinyl viscosity volume fraction