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Polymer-solvent interaction parameters of SBS rubbers by inverse gas chromatography measurements
Diaz Moreno, Francisco Ismael and Ovejero, G. and Romero, M.D. and Diaz, I.
Polymer-solvent interaction parameters of SBS rubbers by inverse gas chromatography measurements.
"Fluid Phase Equilibria", v. 308
The solubility parameters of two SBS commercial rubbers with different structures (lineal and radial), and with slightly different styrene content have been determined by inverse gas chromatography technique. The Flory–Huggins interaction parameters of several polymer–solvent mixtures have also been calculated. The influence of the polymer composition, the solvent molecular weight and the temperature over these parameters have been discussed; besides, these parameters have been compared with previous ones, obtained by intrinsic viscosity measurements. From the Flory–Huggins interaction parameters, the infinite dilution activity coefficients of the solvents have been calculated and fitted to the well-known NRTL model. These NRTL binary interaction parameters have a great importance in modelling the separation steps in the process of obtaining the rubber.
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