Specifics of light scattering in solutions of fullerene-containing polymers View Full Text


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2007-06

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N. P. Yevlampieva, S. K. Filippov, T. S. Dmitrieva, I. I. Zaitseva, E. Yu. Melenevskaya, O. V. Nazarova, E. I. Ryumtsev

ABSTRACT

The molecular mass and hydrodynamic dimensions of molecules of two fullerene-containing polymers which differ in the preparation procedure and the mode of fullerene C60 binding were determined by means of static and dynamic light scattering and transport techniques (diffusion, sedimentation, gel permeation chromatography). It was established that the molecular masses of polymeric C60 derivatives determined by means of static light scattering are substantially above those measured by means of the transport techniques. Using as an example a polystyrene specimen containing 6.2 wt % C60 prepared according to the widespread technique of solvent evaporation from a mutual fullerene and polymer solution, it was shown that the multicomponent nature, the compositional inhomogeneity, and a lack of coincidence in the signs of refractive index increments for structurally different components of fullerene-containing polymers may cause anomalies in the intensity of light scattering by solutions of these compounds. More... »

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642-650

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