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By Fereydoon Family, David P. Landau

1984, hardcover variation, very technical. This publication is the results of court cases of the overseas subject convention on Kinetics of Aggregation and Galation held in Athens, Georgia, in April 1984), North-Holland, manhattan. 274 pages.

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Finally, there have been some unusual variations of EP and SEP. Cao et al. reported microgel polymerizations in supercritical carbon dioxide [57]. Boyko et al. compared water and D2O for the preparation of poly(N-vinylcaprolactam-co-N-vinylpyrrolidone) – heavy water was a poor solvent for microgels. 5 Distribution of cross-links and carboxyl groups for microgels prepared with vinyl acetic acid (VAA–NIPAM) and methacrylic acid (MAA–NIPAM). The top curves were computed whereas the bottom figures are experimental [56].

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