A simplified approach for evaluation of the polarity parameters for polymer using the K coefficient of the Mark-Houwink-Sakurada equation.

Abstract

Since two solvent polarity parameters, e.g., the Et(30) defined by Reichardt and the pi* defined by Kamlet and Taft, respectively, plotted with the K coefficient of the Mark-Houwink-Sakurada equation, presented good linear fits, this paper suggests applying the extrapolating method in the same way as the Zisman plot to obtain similar polarity parameters for… (More)

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