DIPOLE-MOMENTS OF STYRENE 4-VINYLPYRIDINE COPOLYMERS .1. RELATION TO THE FRACTION OF POLAR COMPONENT

1994-03-01
YILMAZ, E
KUCUKYAVUZ, Z
Mean-square dipole moments for styrene/4-vinylpyridine (S4VP) random copolymers were determined at five different temperatures, 25-60-degrees-C, in 1,4-dioxane solution. The dipole moment behaviour was examined with respect to the increase in mole fraction of the polar monomer, 4-vinylpyridine (4VP), in the copolymer. The behaviour observed was different from the general behaviour of similar copolymers.
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E. YILMAZ and Z. KUCUKYAVUZ, “DIPOLE-MOMENTS OF STYRENE 4-VINYLPYRIDINE COPOLYMERS .1. RELATION TO THE FRACTION OF POLAR COMPONENT,” POLYMER INTERNATIONAL, pp. 237–242, 1994, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/64848.