Experimental Study of the Rheological Properties of Ion Containing Amorphous Polymers
During the two last decades, the interest in block and graft copolymers has been largely increasing. As the chemical blocks linked together are thermodynamically uncompatible they form heterophase systems with specific properties of each block. A typical example of such a compound is the poly(styrene-b-butadiene-b-styrene). In this block copolymer, the hight Tg sequence (poly styrene) acts as a physical thermoreversible reticulation. Such compourris recieved the name of “thermoplastic elastomers” and promoted industrial applications.
KeywordsRelaxation Process Graft Copolymer Master Curve Amorphous Polymer Shift Factor
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