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Efficient Approach for Bio-Based Replacement of Monomers

Sander van Loon – Sep 4, 2017

Bio-Based Replacement of Monomers in Emulsion PolymerizationThe HLD-NAC technique is a bio-based approach towards replacement of standard monomers that can be used to characterize the constituents in a polymer emulsion, so that more rational adjustments can be made to the surfactant system, while maintaining stability and performance.

Studies reveal that this technique is more efficient than the traditional surfactant system, as no correction of the Cc is required and an increased gloss value is observed even at lower concentrations.

This article will help you understand the use of HLD-NAC in replacement of the water-soluble co-monomers used in an emulsion polymerization.

Read this article now to know more about this technique.

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