By Mohamed S. El-Aasser (auth.), Françoise Candau, Ronald H. Ottewill (eds.)
The development of curiosity within the topic of Polymer Colloids over the past twenty 5 years or so has been very huge ensuing now in significant foreign meetings on an annual foundation and lots of nationwide ones besides. The curiosity stems not just from the big variety of functions of those fabrics but additionally from a interest as to the mechanism of formation and their becoming use as version debris to enquire primary facets of physics and chemistry. In July 1988 a NATO complex examine Institute used to be held in Strasbourg, France, on the Centre St. Thomas. As an instructional advent to this I nstitute a sequence of 8 lectures used to be given to hide the elemental facets of the topic. those 8 lectures have now been compiled into an Introductory textual content protecting, emulsion poly merization, dispersion polymerization, inverse emulsion polymerization, the morphology of copolymer latices, the colloidal houses of latices, characterization tools and rheology. it truly is was hoping that those will serve a large viewers, undergraduates, graduate-students and examine staff, either in and academe. The chapters all comprise evaluation fabric modern on the time of ebook. fhe 1988 NATO complex examine I nstitute used to be made attainable by means of a furnish from the NATO-AS I programme and the subsequent businesses: BASF, Ludwigshafen, West Germany The Dow Chemical corporation, Michigan, united states Dow Chemical Rheinwerk GmbH, Rheinmunster, West Germany ICI PLC, Runcorn, England S. C. Johnson and Son Inc., Racine, united states NORSOLOR, Verneuil en Halatte, France Rhone Poulenc, Aubervilliers, France.
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Dunn et al (90) applied the Derjaguin, Landau, Verwey and Overbeek, (DLVO), theory of colloid stability (91,92), to the problem of aggregation during the course of emulsion polymerization. The adsorption of the surfactant on the particle surface causes an increase in the surface charge density, and thus a decrease in the coagulation rate of the particles. In the absence of surfactant, the primary particles coagulated at about the Smoluchowski's fastest rate. Upon coagulation and by capturing more charged oligomeric radicals, they become more stable.
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The adsorption of the surfactant on the particle surface causes an increase in the surface charge density, and thus a decrease in the coagulation rate of the particles. In the absence of surfactant, the primary particles coagulated at about the Smoluchowski's fastest rate. Upon coagulation and by capturing more charged oligomeric radicals, they become more stable. The addition of surfactant, causes particle stability at an earlier stage in the polymerization reaction, by adsorption of the surfactant molecules on the particles, so that nucleation stops at a lower conversion level.