Dynamic modeling of the morphology of multiphase waterborne polymer particles
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Multiphase waterborne polymer particles provide advantages in more demanding applications, and their performance depends on particle morphology. Currently, no dynamic model for the prediction of the development of the morphology of multiphase latex particles is available. In this work, a model was developed for the prediction of the dynamic development of the morphology of multiphase waterborne systems, such as polymer-polymer and polymer-polymer- inorganic hybrids.
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