Aqueous Polymer Dispersions

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ISBN: 978-3-540-00578-0 (Print) 978-3-540-36474-0 (Online)

Table of contents (33 chapters)

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    Knowledge-based development of emulsion polymerization processes for tailoring of polymer latex properties

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    Pages 7-13

    Effect of initiator type on the kinetics and mechanisms of heterophase polymerizations

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    Pages 14-17

    Electrostatically and sterically stabilized microemulsion polymerization of styrene in the presence of macroinimer

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    Pages 18-21

    The role of carboxylic acid comonomers in morphology control of synthetic latex particles – batch reactions

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    Pages 22-26

    Production of micron-sized, monodisperse polystyrene/poly(n-butyl methacrylate) composite particles having “Hamburger- like” morphology by seeded polymerization

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    Pages 27-30

    Study on the initial stage of emulsion polymerization of vinyl monomers using poly(vinyl alcohol) as a protective colloid – comparison between vinyl acetate (VAc) and methyl methacrylate (MMA)

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    Pages 31-36

    A miniemulsion approach to the incorporation of vinyltriethoxysilane into acrylate latexes

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    Pages 37-41

    Reactive surfactants for commercial polymer dispersions

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    Pages 42-46

    Micron-sized, monodisperse polymer particles having reversibly transformable shapes

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    Pages 47-53

    Novel branched fluorinated oligourethane cationomers for low surface tension treatments

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    Pages 54-59

    Production of hollow particles by suspension polymerization of divinylbenzene with nonsolvent

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    Pages 60-63

    Preparation of low-size monodisperse carboxylic charged poly(methyl methacrylate) latexes

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    Pages 64-67

    Improved colloidal stability by seeded emulsion copolymerization of styrene with acrylic acid

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    Pages 68-72

    Synthesis and surface properties of monodisperse polymer particles for biotechnology applications

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    Pages 73-76

    Some factors affecting “onion-like” multilayered morphology of micron-sized, monodisperse, poly(methyl methacrylate)/polystyrene composite particles reconstructed by the solvent-absorbing /releasing method

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    Pages 77-81

    Effect of reaction parameters on properties of dispersion-polymerized hydrophilic microspheres as supports for immobilization of proteins

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    Pages 82-87

    Thermally sensitive, hydrophilic, and reactive latex particles as versatile supports for biomolecules immobilization

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    Pages 88-93

    Nitroxide-mediated living radical polymerization in dispersed systems

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    Pages 94-97

    Estimation of heterogeneous surface structure of blend polymer film consisting of hydrophobic and hydrophilic polymers in water by atomic force microscope

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    Pages 98-102

    Preparation of monodisperse polyelectrolyte complex nanoparticles in dilute aqueous solution

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