Effects of Branch Points and Chain Ends on the Thermodynamic Interaction Parameter in Binary Blends of Regularly Branched and Linear Polymers


The architectural effects of branch points and chain ends on the bulk thermodynamic interaction parameter, øeff, in binary blends of branched polymers with their linear analogues have been investigated using small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) and a series of well-defined, regularly branched polystyrenes with the same molecular weight and differing only… (More)


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