Papers by Keyword: Inverse Emulsion

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Authors: Dian Mo Zheng, Sheng Gan Zhu, Li Ping Wu
Abstract: Activated starch was prepared by ball milling before used. Graft copolymerization of acrylamide onto activated starch was carried out in inverse emulsion using a redox initiation system of ammonium persulfate and sodium bisulfite. The effects of ball-milling time, reaction temperature, initiator concentration and weight ratio of acrylamide to starch on the conversion of monomer, grafting percentage and grafting efficiency were studied. The structure and properties of the graft copolymer and activated starch were characterized by FT-IR, XRD and SEM. The results showed that ball milling could progressively destroy the crystalline structure of starch and improve the chemical reactivity. The monomer conversion, grafting percentage and grafting efficiency of grate copolymerization were 96.6%、62.4%、85.49%, respectively.
Authors: Yong Sheng Ma, Lin Tong Wang
Abstract: Inverse emulsion graft copolymerization of chitosan and acrylamide monomer under microwave radiation was studied. It was shown that when the microwave radiation power was 300W, the microwave radiation time was 150S, the volume ratio of oil phase and water phase was 1:1, the weight ratio of chitosan and AM was 1:7, the initiator concentration was 0.67mmol/L, the dosage of emulsification agent was 7% of the weight of oil phase and the weight ratio of Span-80 and OP-10 was 6:4, stable inverse latex could be gained. A good dry strengthening effect had been obtained by applying the above mentioned latex in wheat straw pulp as the strengthening agent. The breaking length and tearing index of paper was respectively increased by 23.5% and 15.1% when the dosage of the graft copolymer latex was 0.6%.
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