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2014 (Vol. 7, Issue: 8)
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Blending Behavior of Polysulfone, Polyvinyl Acetate and Amines in Dimethyl Acetamide Solvent

Asim Mushtaq, Hilmi Bin Mukhtar and Azmi Mohd Shariff
Corresponding Author:  Asim Mushtaq 

Key words:  Amines, blending, dimethyl acetamide solvent, polyvinyl acetate, polysulfone, ,
Vol. 7 , (8): 1634-1641
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June 07, 2013 June 22, 2013 February 27, 2014
Abstract:

In this study, research will be carried out to classify the blending behavior of glassy and rubbery polymer in solvent with amines. Commercially preface of a polymer prepared from a new monomer is uncertain and enormously expensive. A strategy to introduce new products into the market without a large investment is to take dissimilar polymers, amines and blend them together to make a new product with unique properties. The blending of polyvinyl acetate, polysulfone and diethanol amine, methyl diethanol amine, mono ethanol amine are examined with dimethyl acetamide solvent, which gives the results of appearance, pH and viscosity values by using measuring device viscometer and general pH testing technique. Through getting these results, the intrinsic miscibility of the mixture was finally established which shows that the homogenous or heterogeneous blends are depending on the blend preparation method and percentage of polymers and amines. The achievement of this advance has been restricted, because the mechanical properties of the blend with amines are classically worse than a simple mixing law would predict.
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Asim Mushtaq, Hilmi Bin Mukhtar and Azmi Mohd Shariff, 2014. Blending Behavior of Polysulfone, Polyvinyl Acetate and Amines in Dimethyl Acetamide Solvent.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(8): 1634-1641.
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