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PVT data of polymers have been measured by many authors and it is not the intention of this handbook to present all available data. Only a certain number of polymers and their data sets are selected here to provide the necessary information with respect to the pressure dependence of the thermodynamic properties for the main classes of polymer solutions in the preceding chapters. Measurement of densities for polymer solutions at elevated pressures can be made today by Utube vibrating densimeters. Such instruments are commercially available.
Calibration is often made with pure water. Otherwise, densities can also be measured by the above discussed PVT equipment or in the equilibrium cell of a synthetic method. Excess volumes are determined by. Determination of second virial coefficients A2 The osmotic virial coefficients are defined via the concentration dependence of the osmotic pressure, , of a polymer solution, e. There are a couple of methods for the experimental determination of the second virial coefficient. Scattering methods classical light scattering, X-ray scattering, neutron scattering are usually applied to investigate its pressure dependence, e.
Scattering methods enable the determination of A2 via the common relation:. Depending on the chosen experiment light, X-ray or neutron scattering , the constant K is to be calculated from different relations. The molar mass and their distribution function are the most important variables. However, tacticity, sequence distribution, branching, and end groups determine their thermodynamic behavior in solution too. Unfortunately, much less information is provided with respect to the polymers that were applied in most of the thermodynamic investigations in the original literature.
For copolymers, the chemical distribution and the average chemical composition are also to be given. But, in many cases, the samples are characterized only by one or two molar mass averages and some additional information e. Sometimes even this information is missed. The molar mass averages are defined as follows: number average Mn. For high-molecular polymers, a mole fraction is not an appropriate unit to characterize composition. However, for oligomeric products with rather low molar masses, mole fractions were sometimes used. Their special values depend on the chosen equation of state or simply some group contribution schemes, e.
Volume fractions imply a temperature dependence and, as they are defined in equation 14 , neglect excess volumes of mixing and, very often, the densities of the polymer in the state of the solution are not known correctly. However, volume fractions can be calculated without the exact knowledge of the polymer molar mass or its averages. Base mole fractions are sometimes applied for polymer systems in earlier literature. The value for M0 is the molar mass of a basic unit of the polymer.
Sometimes it is chosen arbitrarily, however, and has to be specified. Tables of experimental data The data tables in each chapter are provided there in order of the names of the polymers. In this data book, mostly source-based polymer names are applied. These names are more common in use, and they are usually given in the original sources, too. Structure-based names, for which details about their nomenclature can be found in the Polymer Handbook BRA , are chosen in some single cases only.
CAS index names for polymers are not applied here. Finally, the list of systems and properties in order of the polymers in Appendix 1 is made by using the names as given in the chapters of this book. Within types of polymers the individual samples are ordered by their increasing average molar mass, and, when necessary, systems are ordered by increasing temperature. In ternary systems, ordering is additionally made subsequently according to the name of the third component in the system. Each data set begins with the lines for the solution components, e. The second line provides then the characterization available for the polymer sample.
The following line gives the solvents chemical name, molecular formula, and CAS registry number. In ternary and quaternary systems, the following lines are either for a second solvent or a second polymer or a salt or another chemical compound, e. These tables are prepared in the forms as chosen in WOH.
The originally measured data for each single system are sometimes listed together with some comment lines if necessary. The data are usually given as published, but temperatures are always given in K. Pressures are sometimes recalculated into kPa or MPa. Because many investigations on liquid-liquid or fluid-fluid equilibrium in polymer solutions at elevated pressures are provided in the literature in figures only, chapters 3 and 4 contain additional tables referring to types of systems, included components, and references.
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