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Swelling behaviours of N-alkylacrylamide gels in water : effects of copolymerization and crosslinking density

Author
INOMATA, H; WADA, N; YAGI, Y; GOTO, S; SAITO, S
Tohoku univ., fac. eng., dep. molecular chemistry eng., Sendai 980, Japan
Source

Polymer (Guildford). 1995, Vol 36, Num 4, pp 875-877 ; ref : 15 ref

CODEN
POLMAG
ISSN
0032-3861
Scientific domain
Polymers, paint and wood industries
Publisher
Elsevier, Oxford
Publication country
United Kingdom
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Acrylamide dérivé copolymère Densité réticulation Etude expérimentale Gel colloïdal Gonflement Relation composition propriété Relation structure propriété Température transition Acrylamide(N-isopropyl) copolymère Acrylamide(N-propyl) copolymère
Keyword (en)
Acrylamide derivative copolymer Crosslink density Experimental study Colloidal gel Swelling Property composition relationship Property structure relationship Transition temperature
Keyword (es)
Acrilamida derivado copolímero Densidad reticulado Estudio experimental Gel coloidal Inflamiento Relación composición propiedad Relación estructura propiedad Temperatura transición
Classification
Pascal
001 Exact sciences and technology / 001D Applied sciences / 001D09 Physicochemistry of polymers / 001D09D Organic polymers / 001D09D04 Properties and characterization / 001D09D04G Solution and gel properties

Discipline
Physical chemistry of polymers
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
3391065

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