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Title: Modeling the effect of molecular architecture of comb polymers on the behavior of Al2O3 dispersions using charge/composition factors (CCF)
Authors : de Hazan, Yoram
Wilkens-Heinecke, Judit
Graule, Thomas
Published in : Colloid and Polymer Science
Volume(Issue) : 292
Issue : 7
Pages : 1701
Pages to: 1710
Publisher / Ed. Institution : Springer
Issue Date: 2014
License (according to publishing contract) : Licence according to publishing contract
Type of review: Peer review (Publication)
Language : English
Subject (DDC) : 540: Chemistry
Abstract: In this work, we study the effect of periodicity and PEO side-chain length in four PMAA-PEO (sodium salt) comb polymers with known molecular architecture on Al2O3 colloidal dispersions in DI water. We introduce here charge composition factors (CCF) representing charge density of the comb polymers defined as (number of charged units in a repeating unit)/(molecular weight of a repeating unit). We find, for the first time to our knowledge, that the CCF can be used along with dispersant dosage to obtain explicit functions predicting the conductivity of the dispersants in solution, the zeta potential behavior during dispersant titrations, and the isoelectric point (IEP) of the dispersions. In addition, the dosage normalized by the CCF provides a basis for comparison for the dispersants to elucidate the trends found in adsorption and potentiometric titrations. Thus, the CCF can be used as a tool for the design of improved and new comb polymer molecular architectures.
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Departement: School of Engineering
Organisational Unit: Institute of Materials and Process Engineering (IMPE)
Publication type: Article in scientific Journal
DOI : 10.1007/s00396-014-3232-x
ISSN: 0303-402X
Restricted until : 2019-07-01
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