Random Addition Copolymerizations

  • B. C. Trivedi
  • B. M. Culbertson

Abstract

It was explained in Chapter 8 that MA is not easily homopolymerized. However, it is known that this monomer will readily copolymerize with a great variety of other monomers. In fact, many 1,2-substituted monomers, which will not normally undergo free-radical polymerization due to kinetic effects, will yield copolymers with MA present. This being true, MA copolymerizations continue to be studied, for a better mechanistic understanding of why and how these copolymerizations occur. Also, MA copolymerizations are being explored as a technique to improve the physicochemical properties of polymers by providing increased polarity, rigidity, glass transition temperature, and functionality. The MA residue on the polymer backbone is known to promote hydrophilicity and adhesion, improve dyeability and heat distortion, give functionality for crosslinking and other chemical modifications, as well as promote compatibility with other polymers and fillers. It will be seen in both this chapter and Chapter 10, how these physical and chemical attributes have been exploited to make many copolymers, useful or potentially useful in the coatings, adhesives, plastics, and fiber industries.

Keywords

Vinyl Chloride Maleic Anhydride Reactivity Ratio Vinyl Acetate Vinyl Ketone 
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