Effect of the reactivity of a crosslinking agent on the microphase separation in sequential IPNs:A monte carlo simulation study
- Effect of the reactivity of a crosslinking agent on the microphase separation in sequential IPNs:A monte carlo simulation study
- 조원호; 송준명; 고문배
- sequential interpenetrating polymer network; microphase separation; crosslinking reaction; polymerization; Monte Carlo simulation technique
- Issue Date
- Journal of polymer science Part B, Polymer physics
- VOL 38, 1005-1012
- The effects of the reactivity of a crosslinking agent on the microphaseseparated
structure of sequential interpenetrating polymer networks are analyzed with
a Monte Carlo simulation technique. The simulation results showed that the maximum
structure factor decreases with an increasing crosslinking rate. However, the maximum
structure factor increases when the crosslinking rate is increased further. This behavior
is explained by a competition between the phase separation and the restriction of
chain mobility due to the increase in molecular weight. In addition, there exists a chain
length where the chain motion is the most restricted when crosslinks are formed.
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