Colloidal Polymer Particles
James William Goodwin, R. Buscall
Academic Press, 1995 - Science - 336 pages
The ability to thoroughly characterize polymer colloids has long been a cornerstone of their use in fundamental work. New techniques such as dielectric spectroscopy and neutron scattering are becoming increasingly important.
The contents of this book reflect the wide interest in the field of polymer colloids with chapters covering the preparation and properties of conducting particles, as well as composite particles and swellable particles. Many other materials such as proteins, polymers, polyelectrolytes, and surfactants interact strongly with the surface of polymer latex particles and new work on these aspects is covered, along with recent developments in the use of lattices.
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Polymer Colloids in Nonaqueous Media
Crystals made of Close Packed Polymeric Spheres
An Effective HardSphere Model of the NonNewtonian
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acid adsorbed adsorption Adsorption isotherms aqueous behaviour Bragg peaks carboxyl chains Chem clay particles Colloid Interface Sci colloidal dispersions composite composite particle compression conducting polymer copolymer CORE-SHELL density depletion flocculation diameter effect electrolyte electrolyte concentration electrostatic equation experimental film formation flocculation frequency function hard sphere hydrophilic hydrophobic increasing interaction interfacial energy interparticle isotherms kaolinite latex films latex particles latices layer measured methyl microgel MN slime moduli mol dm molecular weight monodisperse monomer NaCI NIPAM observed oligomer Ottewill PBMA peaks permeability phase Planigale plateau PMMA-PHS particles polyaniline polyelectrolyte polymer colloids polymeric polymerisation polyNIPAM latex polypyrrole polypyrrole colloids polystyrene polystyrene latex potential precipitated silica prepared protein PS-g-PEO PTBA range S. P. Armes samples scattering shown in Figure solution solvent squeeze flow sterically stabilised structure surface charge surfactant temperature titration values viscosity volume fraction volume-fraction