Quasielastic light scattering from solutions of branched epoxy resins below the gel point
Quasielastic light scattering was used to study samples of epoxy resins prepared by copolymerization in bulk of diglycidylether of Bisphenol A with Jeffamine D 400. First cumulants of the autocorrelation functions obtained with dilute solutions of these samples were determined, as well as distributions of sizes of the clusters below the gel point.
Key wordsBranched epoxy resins quasielastic light scattering distribution of sizes fractal dimension
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