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Behaviour of a turbid swollen gel during continuous heating, equilibration and cooling

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Using the integral and differential turbidity ratio methods, processes occurring during the continuous heating, equilibration and cooling of the Phema gel have been characterized. Microseparated particles were shown to be responsible for the turbidity changes below 40°C, even if not exclusively. The role of large scatterers called fluctuation microregions in the individual periods has been discussed.

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Sedláček, B., Koňák, Č. & Zimmermann, K. Behaviour of a turbid swollen gel during continuous heating, equilibration and cooling. Polymer Bulletin 8, 125–132 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00263018

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Keywords

  • Polymer
  • Turbidity
  • Material Processing
  • Ratio Method
  • Continuous Heating