By Ray A. Dickie, S. S. Labana, Ronald S. Bauer
content material: Cross-linking and constitution of polymer networks / Karel Dusek and William J. MacKnight --
Intramolecular response : results on community formation and houses / R.F.T. Stepto --
Selective quenching of large-scale molecular motions by means of cross-linking within the strained nation / Ole Kramer --
Rubber elasticity modulus of interpenetrating heteropolymer networks / Christos Tsenoglou --
Star-branched nylon 6 : results of branching and cross-linking on polymer homes / Lon J. Mathias and Allison M. Sikes --
community formation and degradation in urethane and melamine-formaldehyde cross-linked coatings / David R. Bauer --
impression of ionizing radiation on an epoxy structural adhesive / Thomas W. Wilson, Raymond E. Fornes, Richard D. Gilbert, and Jasper D. reminiscence --
Frequency-dependent dielectric research : tracking the chemistry and rheology of thermosets in the course of remedy / D. Kranbuehl, S. Delos, M. Hoff, L. Weller, P. Haverty, and J. Seeley --
functionality features of the fluorescence optrode remedy sensor / R.L. Levy and S.D. Schwab --
Deformation kinetics of cross-linked polymers / T.S. Chow --
Plastic deformation in epoxy resins / S.M. Lee --
Fractoemission from epoxy and epoxy composites / J.T. Dickinson and A.S. Crasto --
Fatigue habit of acrylic interpenetrating polymer networks / Tak Hur, John A. Manson, and Richard W. Hertzberg --
homes of epoxy resins cured with ring-alkylated m-phenylene diamines / Robson F. Storey, Sudhakar Dantiki, and J. Patrick Adams --
Cross-linking of an epoxy with a combined amine as a functionality of stoichiometry : dynamic mechanical spectroscopy stories / D. Wingard, W. Williams, ok. Wolking, and C.L. Beatty --
Thermal pressure improvement in thick epoxy coatings / D. King and J.P. Bell --
Recycling of cured epoxy resins / Conchita V. Tran-Bruni and Rudolph D. Deanin --
Semiinterpenetrating networks in response to triazine thermoset and N-alkylamide thermoplastics / J.A. Feldman and S.J. Huang --
improvement of multiphase morphology in sequential interpenetrating polymer networks / J.H. An and L.H. Sperling --
Polyurethane-acrylic coatings : interpenetrating polymer networks / H.X. Xiao, K.C. Frisch, P.I. Kordomenos, and R.A. Ryntz --
Ionomer interpenetrating polymer community coatings from polyurethane and vinyl chloride copolymer / H.X. Xiao, K.C. Frisch, and S. Al-Khatib --
Liquid crystalline oligoester diols as thermoset coatings binders / Adel F. Dimian and Frank N. Jones --
Synthesis of cross-linkable heterogeneous oligoester diols through direct esterification with p-hydroxybenzoic acid : use in coatings binders / Daozhang Wang and Frank N. Jones --
Benzocyclobutene in polymer synthesis : novel cross-linking structures derived from a bisbenzocyclobutene and bismaleimides, dicyanates, and bisphenylacetylenes / Loon Seng Tan, Edward J. Soloski, and Fred E. Arnold --
Characterization of bisbenzocyclobutene high-temperature resin and bisbenzocyclobutene combined with a suitable bismaleimide resin / Lisa R. Denny, Ivan J. Goldfarb, and Michael P. Farr --
Carbon-13 NMR research of the oligomerization of bismaleimidodiphenyl methane with diallyl bisphenol A / Keith R. Carduner and Mohinder S. Chattha --
Characterization of cobalt(II) chloride-modified condensation polyimide movies : homes ahead of and after solvent extraction / J.D. Rancourt and L.T. Taylor --
Chain cross-linking photopolymerization of tetraethyleneglycol diacrylate : thermal and mechanical research / J.G. Kloosterboer and G.F.C.M. Lijten --
constitution and homes of polydimethacrylates : dental functions / D.T. Turner, Z.U. Haque, S. Kalachandra, and Thomas W. Wilson --
Monomer interplay : results on polymer remedy / Jose' A. Ors, Ivan M. Nunez, and L.A. Falanga --
Amide-blocked aldehyde-functional monomers : synthesis and chemistry / R.K. Pinschmidt, Jr., W.F. Burgoyne, D.D. Dixon, and J.E. Goldstein --
Amide-blocked aldehyde-functional monomers : cross-linkable substrate-reactive copolymers / R.K. Pinschmidt, Jr., G.E. Davidowich, W.F. Burgoyne, D.D. Dixon, and J.E. Goldstein.
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They are the minimum ones within which a l l the p r o b a b i l i t i e s of intramolecular reaction have to be evaluated i f network defects are to be accounted for and absolute values of moduli or concentrations of e l a s t i c chains i n r e a l networks predicted. Intramolecular reaction within these structures i s s i g n i f i c a n t even i n the l i m i t of reactants of i n f i n i t e molar mass (v -•«>). For actual systems, with f i n i t e values of v, the numbers of i n e l a s t i c loops a c t u a l l y forming w i l l depend on the detailed chain s t a t i s t i c s within the structutes.
23 junctions l o s t per loop. Such structures w i l l define the minimum sizes of structure which are needed to define the formation and topology o I t i s impossible t es which occur as a network i s forming. However, with regard to onemembered loop formation, two extreme types may be delineated, namely, l i n e a r and symmetric isomers. They are i l l u s t r a t e d i n Figure 9 for an RA^ polymerisation. Linear isomers are able to form the smallest number of one-membered loops and symmetric isomers the largest number.
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