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Title: Microstructure and compositional assignments of acrylamide/vinylidene chloride copolymers using one and two dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
Authors: Brar, A S
Mukherjee, Munia
Chatterjee, S K
Keywords: copolymers
chloride
nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
assignment
compositional
two-dimensional
spectroscopy
Issue Date: 2000
Citation: European Polymer Journal, 36(1), 69-82
Abstract: Copolymers containing acrylamide (A) and vinylidene chloride (V) units of different composition were synthesized by free radical solution polymerization. The reactivity ratios were estimated by Kelen Tudos and nonlinear error in variable methods. The triad sequence distribution in terms of A- and V-centered triads have been obtained from 13Cf1Hg nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. The complete spectral assignment in terms of compositional sequences of the overlapping carbon and proton spectra of these copolymers were done with the help of Distortionless Enhancement by Polarization Transfer, two-dimensional proton detected heteronuclear correlation (inverse-HETCOR) and Total Correlated Spectroscopy experiments.
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/778
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