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The addition of small amounts (less than 10%) of water to liquid oligomeric triblock copolymers (PEP) of ethylene oxide (E) and propylene oxide (P) increases the viscosity, q, above that of pure liquid oligomers. Comparison with the concentration dependences of viscosity, t/(c), for oligomerie homopolymers leads to the conclusion that the unusual shape of the dependences for PEP copolymers is due to the interaction of water molecules with hydrophobic propylene oxide units.

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An unusual dependence of viscosity on the water content in mixtures of water with oligomeric triblock copolymers of ethylene and propylene oxides / Lubomir Simek and Stanislav Petflik // Polymer. – 1994. – Vol 35. – P. 1100-1102.

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