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Determination of the repartition of monomers between sol and gel fractions in copolycondensate glycerol/azelaic acid by radioassay

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The distribution of the monomers between sol and gel fractions, theoretically forecasted from network formation theory, is experimentally determined in glycerol/azelaic acid system with tritium labeled glycerol by radioassay.

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Durand, D., Helias, P. & Bruneau, C. Determination of the repartition of monomers between sol and gel fractions in copolycondensate glycerol/azelaic acid by radioassay. Polymer Bulletin 3, 383–389 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00255099

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Keywords

  • Polymer
  • Glycerol
  • Tritium
  • Material Processing
  • Formation Theory