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Phase behavior and interactions in blends of poly[(butylene adipate)-co-poly(butylene terephthalate)] copolyester with poly(4-vinyl phenol)

Miscibility with a linear T g –composition relationship was proven for blend of poly(butylene adipate-co-butylene terephthalate) [P(BA-co-BT)] with poly(4-vinyl phenol) (PVPh). In comparison to the blends of PBA/PVPh and poly(butylene terephthalate) (PBT)/PVPh, the Kwei’s T g model fitting on data f... Full description

Journal Title: Colloid and Polymer Science 2010, Vol.288(4), pp.439-448
Main Author: Lee, Li-Ting
Other Authors: Woo, Eamor , Chen, Wei-Ting , Chang, Ling , Yen, Kai-Cheng
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Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0303-402X ; E-ISSN: 1435-1536 ; DOI: 10.1007/s00396-009-2142-9
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title: Phase behavior and interactions in blends of poly[(butylene adipate)-co-poly(butylene terephthalate)] copolyester with poly(4-vinyl phenol)
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  • Lee, Li-Ting
  • Woo, Eamor
  • Chen, Wei-Ting
  • Chang, Ling
  • Yen, Kai-Cheng
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  • Miscibility
  • Intermolecular interaction
  • Biodegradable polyester
  • Phase behavior
ispartof: Colloid and Polymer Science, 2010, Vol.288(4), pp.439-448
description: Miscibility with a linear T g –composition relationship was proven for blend of poly(butylene adipate-co-butylene terephthalate) [P(BA-co-BT)] with poly(4-vinyl phenol) (PVPh). In comparison to the blends of PBA/PVPh and poly(butylene terephthalate) (PBT)/PVPh, the Kwei’s T g model fitting on data for the P(BA-co-BT)/PVPh blend yields a q value between those for the PBA/PVPh and PBT/PVPh blends. The q values suggest that the interaction strength in the P(BA-co-BT)/PVPh blend is not as strong as that in the PBT/PVPh blend. Upon mixing the PVPh into the immiscible blend of PBA and PBT, the ternary PBA/PBT/PVPh blends only exhibits partial miscibility. Full-scale ternary miscibility in whole compositions is not possible owing to the significant ∆ χ effect ( χ ij  –  χ ik ). The wavenumber shifts of the hydroxyl IR absorbance band indicates that the H-bonding strength is in decreasing order—PBT/PVPh > P(BA-co-BT)/PVPh > PBA/PVPh—and shows that the BA segment in the copolymer tends to defray interactions between P(BA-co-BT) and PVPh in blends.
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abstractMiscibility with a linear T g –composition relationship was proven for blend of poly(butylene adipate-co-butylene terephthalate) [P(BA-co-BT)] with poly(4-vinyl phenol) (PVPh). In comparison to the blends of PBA/PVPh and poly(butylene terephthalate) (PBT)/PVPh, the Kwei’s T g model fitting on data for the P(BA-co-BT)/PVPh blend yields a q value between those for the PBA/PVPh and PBT/PVPh blends. The q values suggest that the interaction strength in the P(BA-co-BT)/PVPh blend is not as strong as that in the PBT/PVPh blend. Upon mixing the PVPh into the immiscible blend of PBA and PBT, the ternary PBA/PBT/PVPh blends only exhibits partial miscibility. Full-scale ternary miscibility in whole compositions is not possible owing to the significant ∆ χ effect ( χ ij  –  χ ik ). The wavenumber shifts of the hydroxyl IR absorbance band indicates that the H-bonding strength is in decreasing order—PBT/PVPh > P(BA-co-BT)/PVPh > PBA/PVPh—and shows that the BA segment in the copolymer tends to defray interactions between P(BA-co-BT) and PVPh in blends.
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