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TitleA Rheological Study of the Ageing of Emulsion and Microsuspension-Based PVC Plastisols
Author(s)Barroso, Eva Guiomar Gonçalves
Duarte, F. M.
Couto, M.
Maia, J. M.
KeywordsPVC plastisol
Microsuspension resin
Emulsion resin
Ageing
Viscoelastic properties
Issue dateJul-2008
PublisherWiley
JournalJournal of Applied Polymer Science
Abstract(s)A PVC plastisol is a homogeneous dispersion of PVC resin in a liquid continuous phase consisting basically of a plasticizer and a thermal stabilizer; the PVC resin being usually a fine powder is polymerized by emulsion or microsuspension processes. Plastisol rheology is affected by many aspects of the plastisol formulations, such as type and amount of each ingredient, the mixing procedure, temperature, and the effect of PVC resin properties. In this work, the ageing behavior of PVC plastisols with different resin types was studied, with the results showing an unexpected behavior in the elastic modulus, probably originating from plasticizer adsorption at the surface of the PVC particles.
TypeArticle
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/17932
DOI10.1002/app.28173
ISSN1097-4628
Peer-Reviewedyes
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