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Polymer Solution Behavior: Polymer in Pure Solvent and in Mixed Solvent

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The classical treatment of the physicochemical behavior of polymers is presented in such a way that the chapter will meet the requirements of a beginner in the study of polymeric systems in solution. This chapter is an introduction to the classical conformational and thermodynamic analysis of polymeric solutions where the different theories that describe these behaviors of polymers are analyzed. Owing to the importance of the basic knowledge of the solution properties of polymers, the description of the conformational and thermodynamic behavior of polymers is presented in a classical way. The basic concepts like theta condition, excluded volume, good and poor solvents, critical phenomena, concentration regime, cosolvent effect of polymers in binary solvents, preferential adsorption are analyzed in an intelligible way. The thermodynamic theory of association equilibria which is capable to describe quantitatively the preferential adsorption of polymers by polar binary solvents is also analyzed.

Solution properties Conformational analysis Theta condition Excluded volume Good and poor solvent Thermodynamic theories Preferential adsorption Cosolvent effect 

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