Equilibrium study of polymer–polymer complexation of poly(methacrylic acid) and poly(acrylic acid) with complementary polymers through cooperative hydrogen bonding

@inproceedings{Osada1979EquilibriumSO,
  title={Equilibrium study of polymer–polymer complexation of poly(methacrylic acid) and poly(acrylic acid) with complementary polymers through cooperative hydrogen bonding},
  author={Yoshihito Osada},
  year={1979}
}
The degree of linkage, θ, defined as the ratio of the binding groups to the total of potentially interacting groups and the stability constant K of the polymer–polymer complexes in the systems poly(methacrylic acid)–poly(ethylene glycol), poly(acrylic acid)–poly(ethylene glycol), and poly-(methacrylic acid)–poly(vinyl pyrrolidone) in aqueous and aqueous alcohol media were determined as a function of temperature by potentiometric titration. It was found that θ and K are strongly dependent on… CONTINUE READING

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