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a polymer consisting of two or more different monomers

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Latex blending: the SAN copolymer latex and the ASA block copolymer latex were mixed and then collected polymers from the mixed latex.
4, 2016), "Additives for Orientation Control of Block Copolymers, "Joy Cheng, Anindarupa Chunder, Daniel P.
Block copolymer [PS.sub.406]-b-P4[VP.sub.542] was quaternized at different degrees, that is, from 40% to 98% (see Table 1), whereas the degree of quaternization for [PS.sub.450]-b-P4[VP.sub.47] was 98%.
Hypermer B246 is a polyhydroxystearic acid/polyethylene oxide/polyhydroxystearic acid ABA block copolymer (molecular weight 5000 g/mol [30]) and was supplied by Croda Chemicals.
Block copolymers for use in coatings to improve impact resistance consist of a block that is compatible with the matrix and a second block that is incompatible.
The report "Styrenic Block Copolymer (SBCs) Market Analysis By Product (SBS, SIS, HSBC), By Application (Paving and Roofing, Footwear, Advanced Materials, Adhesives, Sealants, Coatings) And Segment Forecasts To 2020," is available now to Grand View Research customers.
The combination is seen to form a worldwide leading manufacturer in the styrenic block copolymer industry with more that USD2bn (EUR1.5bn) in annual pro forma revenues, Kraton said in January.
Only 5 mol% of o-NB moieties will decrease the LCST of the block copolymer below 10[degrees]C, and the more o-NB groups there are the lower LCST the block copolymer exhibits [33].
The growth rate was 0.37 [micro]m/s, which is much higher than that of PS- b-PCL block copolymer (ca.
The contract allows the formation of a 50/50 joint venture between the two companies, to construct and operate a 30-kiloton hydrogenated styrenic block copolymer plant, to be located in Mailiao, Taiwan.
The elastic material contains a crosslinked network formed from a branched block copolymer having a monoalkenyl aromatic midblock positioned between conjugated diene endblocks (e.g., butadiene-styrene-butadiene ("B-S-B") triblock copolymer).
These small molecules can be stimulated by light (PDP) or heat (OPAP) to sever their connection to the surface of a block copolymer and be repositioned to another location along the polymeric chain.
The formulation contains a fixing film-forming polymer that is a branched block copolymer consisting of n-butyl acrylate, acrylic acid, methacrylic acid and allyl methacrylate; a thickening agent that is a cross-linked or non-cross-linked homopolymer or copolymer based on acrylic acid or methacrylic acid or acrylic and methacrylic acid; and a co-thickening agent that is a non-cellulosic thickening polymer different from the previous thickening agent, wherein the fixing film-forming polymer has at least two glass transition temperatures.