Polymers in aqueous media: performance through association
J. Edward Glass, American Chemical Society. Division of Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering
American Chemical Society, 1989 - Science - 575 pages
This volume is the first systematic review of surfactant-modified, water-soluble polymers. The authors, representing leaders in their fields, offer practical information about associative thickeners and polymer surfactants, including spectroscopic and rheological analysis of these water-soluble polymers in aqueous solutions. In addition, aqueous gels of varying chemical types are studied with respect to their properties in numerous applications. Among the topics covered are: aqueous gels; surfactant-modified, water-soluble polymers; polyelectrolyte synthesis; elongational viscosity; and fluorescence phenomena of water-soluble polymers.
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