Water-soluble polymers such as poly (acrylic acid ) (PAA), poly (methacrylic acid ) (PMAA), poly (ethylene oxide) (PEO) and poly(vinyl pyrrolidone) (PVP) form interpolymer complexes with secondary bonds. These solid amorphous complexes, blends and mechanical mixtures of component polymers have been studied and the results have been compared. The structures have been analysed using differential scanning calorimetry and ~3C cross-polarization/magic-angle spinning nuclear magnetic resonance, and the molecular mobility has been studied using 1H relaxation measurements. The interaction between component polymers affects the molecular motion. T~pH and T m show the molecular-level mixing in complexes and partial mixing in blends. The glass transition of the PMAA-PVP complexes indicates the dominant role of PMAA in the complex. This conclusion is supported by T~H and T~p H measurements
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Complexation and blending of some water-soluble polymers: solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation studies / S. L. Maunu*, J. Kinnunen, K. Soljamo and F. Sundholm // Polymer. – 1993. – Vol 34. – P. 1141-1145.
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