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Ionomer Solutions = Polyelectrolyte or Ionomer Behavior?

  • G. Gebel

Abstract

For almost ten years the properties of ionomer solutions have been studied and lightly sulfonated polystyrene (S-PS) was chosen as the model compound. The properties of S-PS ionomer solutions in polar and nonpolar solvents, which are briefly reviewed, were associated with polyelectrolyte and ionomer behavior respectively. In both cases, structural models have been proposed to explain the rheological and scattering data. A similar study on perfluorinated ionomer solutions is then presented and compared in order to define some general ionomer behavior.

Keywords

Nonpolar Solvent Small Angle Neutron Scattering Intermolecular Association Polyelectrolyte Solution Ionic Aggregate 
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