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Synthesis of Poly(acrylate-styrene)/Poly(acrylate-styrene) Core/Shell Latex & TOPEM-DSC Characterization

SpecialChem / Dec 9, 2012

Poly(acrylate-styrene)/poly(acrylate-styrene) core/shell latex particles were synthesized via seeded semi-continuous emulsion polymerization. Both core polymer (CP) and shell polymer (SP) were copolymerized by using three identical monomers of methyl methacrylate (MMA), butyl acrylate (BA) and styrene (St) with different composition ratios. The synthesized core/shell latex particle presents a phas

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