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Films formed from polystyrene latex/clay composites: A fluorescence study
(Federation soc coatings technology, 2005-07)
This study reports a steady-state fluorescence (SSF) technique for studying film formation from surractant-free polystyrene (PS) latex and Na-montmorillonite (SNaM) composites. The composite films were prepared from pyrene ...
The effect of clay particles on film formation from polystyrene latex
(Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company, 2006-06)
Film formation from surfactant-free polystyrene (PS) latex was performed in the presence of 5% Na-montmorillonite (NaMMT). The composite films were prepared from pyrene (P)-labeled PS particles at room temperature and ...
Film formation from TiO2-polystyrene latex composite: a fluorescence study
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2007)
This work reports the use of the steady state fluorescence (SSF) technique for studying film formation from TiO2 covered polystyrene (PS) latex particles. The composite films were prepared from pyrene (P)-labeled PS particles ...
Film formation from pure and mixed latices; transient fluorescence study
(Academic press inc Elsevier science, 2005-11-15)
A fast transient fluorescence technique was used to study latex film formation induced by organic solvent vapor. Mixtures of pyrene (P)- and naphthalene (N)-labeled and/or pure naphthalene-labeled latex films were prepared ...
Film formation from PS latex doped PNIPAM hydrogels at various heating and cooling rates
(VSP BV, BRILL ACADEMIC PUBLISHERS, 2008)
Film formation from polystrene (PS) latex doped poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) (PNIPAM) hydrogels was studied by using photon transmission technique. The transmitted light intensity, It, was monitored during film formation ...
Time evolution of film formation from polystyrene particles: a percolation approach
This work reports the film formation process from surfactant-free polystyrene (PS) latex particles. Steady state fluorescence and photon transmission techniques were used to study the evolution of film formation. The films ...