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Solid State NMR Studies of Polymer Interfaces

  • Nicholas Zumbulyadis
  • Christine J. T. Landry

Abstract

The interface and interfacial regions in multiphase systems arc of prime importance because they have a direct impact on the physical, mechanical, and chemical properties of the material such as fracture response, impact strength, adhesion, and gas or small molecule permeability. Interfaces are important not just in polymer blends and composites hut also in laminates. multilayer coatings, rubber-toughened materials and semicrystalline polymers. The characterization of the structure and dynamics of interfaces offers numerous challenges. In terms of structure, molecular composition and the distribution of chain ends at the interface are of interest. Questions of dynamics include the kinetics of interface formation during melt processing, melt bonding, solution coating, or latex coalescence. At the molecular level these kinetic processes depend on the dynamics of chain interdiffusion, and physical entanglement dynamics.

Keywords

Polarization Transfer Dynamic Nuclear Polarization Polymer Interface Symmetric Diblock Copolymer Dynamic Nuclear Polarization Effect 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Nicholas Zumbulyadis
    • 1
  • Christine J. T. Landry
    • 1
  1. 1.Imaging Research and Advanced DevelopmentEastman Kodak CompanyRochesterUSA

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