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Seeded emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate

Jian Wang

Seeded emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate

by Jian Wang

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Thesis (M.Phil.) - Loughborough University of Technology, 1991.

Statementby Jian Wang.
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Vinyl Acetate Emulsion Polymerization and Copolymerization with Acrylic Monomers provides a collection and logical organization of the published data - much of it formerly found fragmented throughout various journals and little of it referenced in general emulsion polymerization books. F. Vinyl Acetate Polymers and Reactions: Experiment Seed Emulsion Terpolymerization of Vinyl Acetate, Butyl Acrylate, and Vinyl Neodecanoate with Gradual Monomer and Initiator Additions. Experiment Preparation of Poly(vinyl alcohol) by the Alcoholysis of Poly(vinyl Acetate). Polymer Characterization: Experiment Nuclear Magnetic.

Waterborne fluoropolymer emulsions were synthesized using the one-step semi-continuous seed emulsion polymerization of chlorotrifluoroethylene (CTFE), vinyl acetate (VAc), n-butyl acrylate (BA), Ve and acrylic acid (AA). The main physical parameters of the polymer emulsions were tested and analyzed. Characteristics of the polymer films such as thermal stability, glass transition Cited by: 5. 9. The Radiation Induced Emulsion Polymerization of Vinyl Acetate.- The Stabilization of Poly(Vinyl Acetate) Latexes by Polymethacrylic Acid.- Particularities of Emulsion Polymerization of Vinyl Acetate in the Presence of Hydroxyethylcellulose.- Preparation, Characterization and Properties of Vinyl Acetate- Butyl Acrylate Copolymer.

Poly(vinyl acetate) latexes were the first synthetic polymer latexes to be made on a commercial scale: their production using polyvinyl alcohol as emulsifier began in Germany during the mids and has continued to the present day, growing steadily with the : Springer Netherlands. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource: Contents: 1. Frontiers Between Theory and Industrial Practice in Vinyl Acetate Polymerizations The Polymerization of Aqueous Solutions of Vinyl Acetate Effects of Particle Number and Initiator Level on the Kinetics of Vinyl Acetate Emulsion Polymerizations


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Thus more than 45 years after the first commercial production of vinyl acetate latexes, their use is still growing, both in actual quantities and different applications. The industrial importance of vinyl acetate latexes makes the mechanism and kinetics of their emulsion polymerization of practical as well as scientific : Paperback.

The study of seeded emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate in the absence of emul­ sifiers, with potassium persulfate as an initiator has been conducted in order to investigate the kinetics and mechanism of particle nucleation.

Poly(vinyl acetate) latex particles are stabilized by the ionic end groups from decomposition of initiator. Vinyl Acetate Emulsion Polymerization and Copolymerization with Acrylic Monomers provides a collection and logical organization of the published data - much of it formerly found fragmented throughout various journals and little of it referenced in general emulsion polymerization by: The emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate has been studied using carefully prepared seed lattices.

Experiments were carried out in which temperature, particle size and the monomer-polymer ratio could be varied independently. In all cases the polymerization rate was proportional to the initiator concentration raised to the by: 5. It is particularly appropriate that this symposium on the emulsion polymeriza­ tion of vinyl acetate was held in recognition of the industrial importance of poly Emulsion Polymerization of Vinyl Acetate.

Editors (view affiliations) Mohamed S. El-Aasser; John W. Vanderhoff; Book. Search within book. While vinyl acetate is normally polymerized in batch or continuous stirred tank reactors, continuous reactors offer the possibility of better heat transfer and more uniform quality.

Tubular reactors have been used to produce polystyrene by a mass process (1, 2), and to produce emulsion polymers from styrene and styrene-butadiene (3 - 6). The study of seeded emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate in the absence of emulsifiers, with potassium persulfate as an initiator has been conducted in order to investigate the kinetics and mechanism of particle nucleation.

Poly(vinyl acetate) latex particles are stabilized by the ionic end groups from decomposition of initiator. The polymerization behaviour of vinyl acetate in the water Author: Jian Wang.

Kinetics of seeded emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate with no added emulsifier B. Brooks* and J. Wangt Department of Chemical Engineering, Loughborough University of Technology, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LEt 1 3TU, UK (Received 4 July ; revised 10 December ) Kinetics of emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate have been studied in the absence of emulsifiers Cited by: 5.

The reported independence of the rate of polymerization from the monomer concentration in the emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate has been investigated.

Possible explanations for this behaviour have been proposed and tested in this work, by measuring radical-loss rates directly with γ-relaxation Size: KB.

Emulsion Polymerisation: Emulsion polymerization 1 involves dispersing monomer (s) in water with surfactants and a water-soluble initiator. The initiator forms radicals which initiate the polymerisation producing the polymer latex, a dispersion of polymer particles. The kinetics of the seeded emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate were investigated thoroughly.

The variation of the polymerization rate with changes in particle concentration, type of emulsifier, emulsifier concentration, persulfate concentration, ionic strength, and monomer volume were by: 7. About this book It is particularly appropriate that this symposium on the emulsion polymeriza­ tion of vinyl acetate was held in recognition of the industrial importance of poly (vinyl acetate) and vinyl acetate copolymers, and their rather unique properties among emulsion polymers in general.

The versatility of the emulsion copolymerization reaction and the ability to control the properties of the final latices have led to rapid expansion both in the quantity of polyvinylacetate and vinyl acetate-acrylic copolymer latices and in their applications.

Vinyl Acetate Emulsion Polymerization and Copolymerization with Acrylic Monomers providesCited by:   The question if seeded emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate (VAc) onto polydivinylbenzene (PDVB) seed latices is an appropriate way to obtain transparent latices with a core−shell structure is especially interesting because this material is very promising due to its unique properties as biocompatible optical by: The Emulsion Polymerization of Vinyl Acetate.

The mechanism of growth of latex particles in the emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate using a polymerizable surfactant, sodium dodecyl allyl sulfosuccinate (TREM LF‐40; Henkel) was investigated.

Both the aqueous phase and the particle/water interface were found to be loci for the copolymerization of TREM LF‐40 with vinyl by: 8. The Reinvestigation of Vinyl Acetate Emulsion Polymerization (III)-Isotope Effect.- 9. The Radiation Induced Emulsion Polymerization of Vinyl Acetate.- The Stabilization of Poly(Vinyl Acetate) Latexes by Polymethacrylic Acid.- Particularities of Emulsion Polymerization of Vinyl Acetate in the Presence of Hydroxyethylcellulose.-   Vinyl Acetate Emulsion Polymerization and Copolymerization with Acrylic Monomers provides a collection and logical organization of the published data - much of it 3/5(1).

The kinetics of the seeded emulsion polymerization of styrene, with the swollen radii of the seed ranging from 44 to 79 nm, have been measured dilatometrically.

The conversion against time curves displayed an increase in the instantaneous rate of polymerization, followed by an apparent steady state domain. These me. Kinetic analysis of seeded emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate. David M. Lange. School of Chemical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia ‐ Search for more papers by this author.

Gary W. Poehlein. Corresponding Author. The polymerization of aqueous solutions of vinyl acetate initiated by K2S2O8, has been studied in the presence of different concentrations of a fine “seed” latex, both in the absence and in.Abstract: Aseries of seeded emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate have been carried out using a dilatometer with a infrared monitor and a computer recording system in the initiator concentration range from × mol/Lto × mol/L.

Due to the polymeriza-tion started from the interval II, the effect of the particle growth on the rate parameters has been avoided.The emulsion copolymerization between vinyl acetate (VAc) and vinyl alkoxysilanes is an interesting yet not well-understood process. In the present work, the copolymerization between VAc and vinyl trimethoxysilane (VTMS) is taken as a model system and studied using different polymerization techniques in order to understand the underlying mechanism that governs the emulsion .