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R. Fried, in Reference 1, Chapter 5. R. Paul, this volume. , in Reference 1, Chapter 3. , Ann. Rev. Mat. Sci. 13 (1983) 387-412. E. J~MacKnight, Macromolecules 16 (1983) 1827. E. and H. Ueda, to be published. 37 MICROSCOPY AND OTHER METHODS OF STUDYING BLENDS M. T. Shaw University of Connecticut Storrs, CT 06268 1 INTRODUCTION Examination of a given polymer blend is most often directed at answering questions concerning the degree of miscibility and the morphology of the phases (if two or more are present).
I ~ YI- "" I 7 I- ~ '\. '\. CA I '" x B Figure 5: Calculated isothermal miscibilities (shaded areas) for random co~\olymer mixtures, (n,n'+oo), (8). 4. :CAB = O. 5. 2; XAD = O. 3; XBC = O. 2; 36 y B FigJre 6: Calculated isothermal miscibilities (shaded area) for random copolymer mi xtu res of (A I-x Bx )ni (A l-y Dy)n 1 (n, n 1+<0). 2. REFERENCES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. R. andS. , Polymer Blends, Vol. 1, (Academic Press, New York, 1978). M. Robeson and M. T. Shaw, Polymer-Polymer Miscibility (Academic Press, New York, 1979).
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