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Phase Separation and Mechanical Behavior of Multicomponent Polymer Systems

  • L. H. Sperling

Abstract

The outstanding behavior of multipolymer combinations usually derives from the phase-separated nature of these materials. In fact, polymer blends, blocks, grafts, and IPNs are interesting because of their complex two-phased nature, certainly not in spite of it. Aspects of phase continuity, size of the domains, and molecular mixing at the phase boundaries as well as within the phase structures all contribute to the mechanical behavior patterns of these multicomponent polymer materials.

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Block Copolymer Storage Modulus Phase Continuity Dynamic Mechanical Spectroscopy American Chemical Society 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • L. H. Sperling
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  1. 1.Lehigh UniversityBethlehemUSA

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