Associative Polymers in Aqueous Media

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Overview

The focus of this volume is on surface active agents and their applications, including: coatings, detergents, water treatment, and petroleum recovery. It is an update on this area of significant industrial importance and includes reviews of work done in areas such as ethelyene oxide block copolymers, acrylic acid block copolymers, living free radical polymerizations, HMPAM and HEURs in flow, and fluorescence studies of associative thickeners, among others.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780841236592
  • Publisher: American Chemical Society
  • Publication date: 9/14/2000
  • Series: ACS Symposium Series , #765
  • Pages: 434
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Block Copolymers and Dendrimers
1. Amphiphilic Polyoxyalkylene Triblock Copolymers: Self-Assembly, Phase Behaviors, and New Applications 2
2. PEP-PEO Block Copolymers as Model System for the Investigation of Micellization in Aqueous Solution 21
3. Amphiphilic Block Copolymers as Surfactants in Emulsion Polymerization 37
4. The Preparation of Well-Defined Water Soluble-Swellable (Co)Polymers by Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization
5. Hybrid Dendritic Capsules: Properties and Binding Capabilities of Amphiphilic Copolymers with Linear Dendritic Architecture 72
Surfactant-Modified, Water-Soluble Polymers
HMPAM and HEUR Polymers
6. Inter- and Intra-Molecular Aggregation of Associating Polymers in Water 95
7. Collapsed and Extended Polysoaps 109
8. Solution Structure and Shear Thickening Behavior of Ionomers and Hydrophobically Associating Polymers 127
9. Determination of Aggregation Numbers in Aqueous Solutions of Hydrophobically Modified Polymers by Fluorescent Probe Techniques 143
10. Behavior of Branched-Terminal, Hydrophobe-Modified, Ethoxylated Urethanes 163
11. Synthesis and Characterization of Well Defined End-Functionalized Hydrocarbon and Perfluorocarbon Derivatives of Polyethyleneoxide and Poly(N,N-dimethylacrylamide) 179
Adsorption Studies: POE, HEUR, and HMPAM
12. Dynamics in Adsorbed Polymer Layers 206
13. Dispersions Containing PEO with C[subscript 16] Hydrophobes: Adsorption and Rheology 221
14. Force Study of Adsorbed Layers of Hydrophobically Modified Polyacrylamide 239
15. Complexations of Beta-Cyclodextrin with Surfactants and Hydrophobically Modified Ethoxylated Urethanes: Analytical Application in Adsorption Measurements 254
16. Association Thickener by Host-Guest Interaction of [beta]-Cyclodextrin Polymers and Guest Polymers 271
HMHEC and HMEHEC Polymers
17. Fluorescent Labels: Versatile Tools for Studying the Association of Amphiphilic Polymers in Water 286
18. The Adsorption and Surface Dilatational Rheology of Unmodified and Hydrophobically Modified EHEC, Measured by Means of Axisymmetric Drop Shape Analysis 303
19. How Much Surfactant Binds to an Associating Polymer? The HMHEC/SDS Case Revisited 317
HASE Thickeners
20. Determination of the Thickening Mechanism of a Hydrophobically Modified Alkali Soluble Emulsion Using Dynamic Viscosity Measurements 338
21. The Network Strength and Junction Density of a Model HASE Polymer in Non-Ionic Surfactant Solutions 351
22. Rheology of a HASE Associative Polymer and Its Interaction with Non-Ionic Surfactants 369
Indexes
Author Index 383
Subject Index 384
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