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Title: Miscibility and enthalpy relaxations in polysulfone-carboxylated polysulfone blends
Authors: Lau, Wayne W.Y. 
Jiang, Y.Q.
Tan, Pedro P.K.
Issue Date: 1993
Citation: Lau, Wayne W.Y.,Jiang, Y.Q.,Tan, Pedro P.K. (1993). Miscibility and enthalpy relaxations in polysulfone-carboxylated polysulfone blends. Polymer International 31 (2) : 163-167. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Phase behavior in polysulfone-carboxylated polysulfone (PSf-CPSf) blends was studied by glass transition observations in conjunction with enthalpy relaxation technique. Miscibility in all proportions was detected in blends where CPSf has a degree of carboxylation (DC, i.e. number of carboxyl groups per repeat unit) less than about 1·3. Partial miscibility was detected in blends for DC>1·4 and up to DC = 1·9, probably as a result of decreasing intermolecular interactions with increase in DC.
Source Title: Polymer International
ISSN: 09598103
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