Effect of Specific Interaction on Miscibility Windows of PVC/SAN’S Copolymer Blends
The formation of a miscible polymer blend is generally the consequence of an exothermic heat of mixing which requires some specific interaction between chemical moieties of two polymers. By changing systematically the chemical structure of one of the polymers, it is possible to study underlying interactions in the blends.
KeywordsGlass Transition Temperature Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Nitrile Group Aluminum Sulfate Disodium Hydrogen Phosphate
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