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Emulsion Polymerization of Nonpolar Monomers

  • V. I. Eliseeva
  • S. S. Ivanchev
  • S. I. Kuchanov
  • A. V. Lebedev

Abstract

Emulsion polymerization is the method of conducting the polymerization of a monomer in a dispersing medium (usually water) that leads to the formation of a polymer dispersion with particles of a colloidal degree of dispersity.

Keywords

Critical Micelle Concentration Emulsion Polymerization Latex Particle Benzoyl Peroxide Polymerization Rate 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. I. Eliseeva
  • S. S. Ivanchev
  • S. I. Kuchanov
  • A. V. Lebedev

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