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DATE

1958-03

AUTHORS

T. M. Frunze, V. V. Korshak

ABSTRACT

The relation between solubility and composition was investigated for mixed polyamides of various structures.It was shown that the solubilities of the mixed polyamides were considerably greater than those of homogeneous polyamides formed from one polyamide-forming component.It was shown that the effect of the composition of a polyamide on its melting point is more marked than its effect on solubility.It was found that in the series of polyamides studied solvents may be placed in the following order of decreasing solvent power; phenols, alcohols, 2-memoxyethanol, 2-ethoxyethanol.It was shown that, in each series, the polyamides of lowest melting point have the highest solubility: this is associated with the presence of the highest degree of disorder in the structures of these polyamides.It was shown that the introduction of aromatic components into the composition of a mixed polyamide results in reduced solubility. More... »

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323-330

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00913987

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