Thermodynamics Of Polymer Blends, Volume I - Nesterov Anatoly E.; Lipatov Yuri S. | Libro Crc Press 01/1998 -

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Thermodynamics of Polymer Blends, Volume I


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Lingua: Inglese

CRC Press

Pubblicazione: 01/1998
Edizione: 1° edizione

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Thermodynamics is an indispensable tool for developing a large and growing fraction of new polymers and polymer blends. These two volumes show the researcher how thermodynamics can be used to rank polymer pairs in order of immiscibility, including the search for suitable chemical structure of compatibilizers. Because of the great current commercial interest in this most dynamic sector of the polymer industry, there is high interest in studying their physical and mechanical properties, their structures, and the processes of their formation and manufacture. These Books are dedicated to Analysis of the Thermodynamics of Polymer Blends. Thermodynamic behavior of blends determines the compatibility of the components, their morphological features, rheological behavior, and microphase structures. As a result, the most important physical and mechanical characteristics of blends can be identified. The information in these two volumes will be useful to all those involved in polymer research, development, analysis and advanced process engineering.


Volume 1Preface Basic Principles of Thermodynamics of Polymer Solutions1.1 The Main Thermodynamic Characteristics of Solution1.2 Regular Solutions. Hildebrand-Scatchard Equation1.3 Phase Equilibrium in Solutions. Binodals, and Spinodals1.4 The Flory-Huggins Theory1.4.1 Entropy of Mixing1.4.2 The Heat and Free Energy of Mixing1.5 Dilute Solutions of Polymers1.6 Phase Separation In Polymer SolutionsReferencesStatistical Theories of Polymer Solutions2.1 The Theory by Prigogine-Patterson2.2 The Role of Various Contributions of the Mixing Parameters2.3 Effect of Solvent Chain Length on the Interaction Parameters2.4 New Flory Theory2.5 Modification of the New Flory Theory2.6 New Huggins Theory2.7 Sanchez-Lacombe Theory2.7.1 Equation of State2.7.2 Mixtures of Liquids2.7.3 Free Energy and Chemical Potential2.7.4 Functions of Mixing2.7.5 Phase Stability and Spinodal2.8 Some Experimental Results of Thermodynamic Properties of Polymer SolutionsReferencesThermodynamics of Polymer Mixing3.1 Binary Mixtures3.1.1 Application of the Theory of Regular Solutions to Thermodynamics of Polymer Mixing3.1.2 Application of New Statistical Theories for Describing Thermodynamic Properties of Polymer Mixtures3.1.3 The Application of the New Huggins Theory3.1.4 The Sanchez-Lacombe Theory3.1.4.1 Chemical Potentials3.1.4.2 The Stability of Phase and Spinodal3.1.4.3 Criterion of Miscibility of Polymer-polymer Mixture3.2 Experimental Data on Thermodynamic Properties of Binary Polymer Mixtures3.2.1 Phase Behavior of Binary Polymer Mixtures3.2.2 Concentration and Temperature Dependencies of Parameters of Thermodynamic Interactions in the Mixtures of Oligomers and Polymer Homologues3.2.3 Influence of Various Factors on the Miscibility3.2.3.1 Deuteration and Tacticity of Polymers3.2.3.2 Branching of Chains3.2.3.3 Effect of Pressure3.2.3.4 Asymmetry of the Length of Statistical Segment3.2.4 Possible Errors in Estimating the Miscibility of Mixtures Obtained from Solutions in a Common Solvent3.3 Miscibility of Polymers at the Interface with Solid3.3.1 Phase Diagrams of Filled Polymer Mixtures3.3.2 Phase Separation in Thin Films of Polymer Mixtures at the Interface with Solid3.3.3 Thermodynamic Interaction Parameters in Filled Polymer Mixtures3.3.4 On the Equilibrium and Non-equilibrium Compatibilization of Polymer Mixtures3.4 Ternary Polymer Systems3.4.1 Ternary Systems Polymer-polymer-solvent3.4.2 Ternary Polymer-polymer-polymer Systems3.5 Thermodynamics of Formation of Stable Dispersion in Binary Polymer MixturesReferencesHomopolymer-copolymer and Copolymer-copolymer Blends4.1 Mean-field Binary Interaction Models4.1.1 Miscibility Windows4.2 Effect of the Sequence Distribution in Copolymer on the Phase Behavior of Homopolymer-copolymer Mixtures4.3 The Dependence of the Phase Behavior of Copolymer Mixtures of Various Compositions on the Sequence Distribution4.4 The Effect of the Sequence Distribution in Copolymer and Its Compatibilizing Effect in Mixture of Two Immiscible Polymers4.4.1 Mixtures of Homopolymers with Homologue Series of Polymers of Another Chemical Nature4.5 Ternary Mixtures4.6 Modified Theories of the Equation-of-stateReferencesMechanism and Kinetics of Phase Separation in Polymer Solutions and Blends5.1 Nucleation and Growth5.2 Spinodal Mechanism of Phase Separation5.3 Application of the Theory of Spinodal Decomposition to Polymeric Systems5.4 Some Experimental Results on Kinetics of Phase Separation in Solutions and Mixtures of Polymers5.5 Factors Influencing the Kinetics of Phase Separation5.5.1 Tacticity5.5.2 Effects of Addition of Diblock-copolymers5.5.3 Spinodal Decomposition Near Solid Surface5.5.4 Shear-induced Phase Separation5.6 Phase Separation Accompanying Reactions of Polymer Blend Formation5.6.1 Spinodal Decomposition in IPNs5.6.2 Nucleation and Growth During IPN Formation5.6.3 Some Features of Microphase Structure of IPNsReferencesInterface in Demixing Solutions and Polymer Mixtures6.1 Vrij-Roebersen Theory6.2 Kammer's Theory6.3 The Theory by Helfand6.4 The Theory by Nose6.5 Sanchez-Lacombe Theory6.6 Other Theories of Polymer-polymer Interface6.7 Scaling Principle in Describing the Interface6.8 Some Experimental Data on the Interfacial Properties of Polymer Blends6.8.1 Interfacial Tension6.8.2 The Interfacial Width and Interfacial Profiles6.9 Surface Segregation in Polymer Mixtures6.9.1 Surface Segregation Near the Interface with Solid6.10 Segregation of Block-copolymers at the Interface Between HomopolymersReferencesNomenclatureIndex

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