Interfacial Aspects of Multicomponent Polymer Materials by David J. LohseInterfacial Aspects of Multicomponent Polymer Materials by David J. Lohse

Interfacial Aspects of Multicomponent Polymer Materials

EditorDavid J. Lohse, Thomas P. Russell, L.H. Sperling

Hardcover | November 30, 1997

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Twenty-one papers from the August 1996 meeting in Orlando, Florida address the problems that interfaces pose for the manufacturing of strong plastics, adhesives, elastomers, coatings, and fibers. Topics include the chemical and physical nature of the interface, new theories and instrumental methods, concepts of interdiffusion and entanglement, and recent approaches to improving the interface via graft and block copolymers and other methods. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Title:Interfacial Aspects of Multicomponent Polymer MaterialsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:311 pagesPublished:November 30, 1997Publisher:Springer US

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Table of Contents

Introduction to Interfacial Aspects of Multicomponent Polymer Materials; L.H. Sperling. Improved Compatibilization of Immiscible Homopolymer Blends Using Copolymer Mixtures; Y. Lyatskaya, A.C. Balazs. Brownian Motion Simulation of Chain Pullout: Modeling Fracture in Polymer Blends; G.T. Pickett, et al. Polyelectrolytes at Interfaces: Pattern Recognition; M. Muthukumar. RealSpace Studies on Interface in a Phase-Separated Polymer Blend by Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy; H. Jinnai, et al. Interfacial Characteristics of Amorphous Polystyrene and Binary Polymer Blend Thin Films Based on Scanning Force Microscopy; A. Takahara, et al. Solid State NMR Studies of Polymer Interfaces; N. Zumbulyadis, C.J.T. Landry. Adsorption and Wetting from Tunable Polyolefin Mixtures; J. Klein, et al. Strength of the PCSAN Interface as Determined by Delamination of Polymer Microlayers; A. Hiltner, et al. The Formation of Polymer Monolayers: From Adsorption to Surface Initiated Polymerizations; D.L. Huber, et al. Changes of Interfacial Adhesion by the Addition of Reactive Polymers; K. Char, et al. Pulsed NMR Studies on the Interfacial Structure of the Block Copolymers of Styrene and Isoprene with Variable Interface; M. Guo. Compatibilization of HDPE/PS Blends by Tapered Diblock PEPS Copolymers; M.F. Champagne, M.M. Dumoulin. Compatibilizer-Phase Morphology-Mechanical Property Relationships of Multicomponent Heterophase Polymer Blends; H.F. Guo, et al. Wettabilities and Adhesive-Autohesive Properties of Poly(Tetrafluoroethylene) Surfaces Photografted with Hydrophilic Monomers; K. Yamada, et al. Siloxane Terpolymers as Compatibilizers for Polymer Blends; I. Yilgor, et al. Interfacial Strengthening with Random Copolymers; S.T. Milner, G.H. Frederickson. Molecular Design of Reactive Compatibilizers for Polypropylene-Nitrile Butadiene Rubber Blends; B. Wong, W.E. Baker. Transition-Metal Compatibilization of Polymer Blends; E.M. Indra, et al. Development of Optical Fiber/Polymer Interface for Immobilized Sensors; H. Huang, L.H. Garcia Rubio. Characterization of Multilayered Automotive Paint Systems Including Depth Profiling and Interface Analysis; K. Adamsons, et al. Index.