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Production of submicron-size monodisperse polymer particles having aldehyde groups by seeded aldol condensation polymerization

Abstract

Submicron-size monodisperse polystyrene/polyglutaraldehyde composite particles having aldehyde groups at the surfaces were produced by seeded aldol condensation polymerization of glutaraldehyde in the presence of polystyrene particles prepared by emulsifier-free emulsion polymerization. This technique is expected to be useful for the production of size-controlled polymer particles having aldehyde groups.

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Part CXXXVI of the series “Studies on Suspension and Emulsion”

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Okubo, M., Kondo, Y. & Takahashi, M. Production of submicron-size monodisperse polymer particles having aldehyde groups by seeded aldol condensation polymerization. Colloid Polym Sci 271, 109–113 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00651812

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Key words

  • Polymer emulsion
  • seeded polymerization
  • glutaraldehyde
  • aldol condensation polymerization
  • aldehyde group