latex, said to be a worldwide industry standard for rubber reinforcement latices, is featured in this eight-page, four-color brochure.
Moore and his colleagues found that coating the surface of gallium phosphide with a film of the polymer vinylpyridine
alleviates the instability problem, and if the vinylpyridine
is then chemically treated with the cobaloxime catalyst, hydrogen production is significantly boosted.
Methyl methacrylate and vinylpyridine
are copolymerized using tetraphenylporphyrin aluminum(III) chloride (TPPAlCl) as a catalyst.
Methacrylic acid is the monomer most often used to interact with templates bearing electron donating functionalities, while vinylpyridine makes a good hydrogen acceptor.
After trying out several different polymer recipes and optimizing the conditions, it was found that the polymer made with ethyleneglycol dimethacrylate as cross-linker and vinylpyridine as functional monomer performed best when tested by immunoassay.
Given that the molecular mass of vinylpyridine
is 105, this increase in mass was thought to result from adduct formation between vinylpyridine
and the peptide.
The latex types used in the tests were chloroprene latex, vinylpyridine
latex and NBR latex.
, however, has been reported to interact with amino acid via ionic bond (13), which is more effective than hydrogen bond in water, so the relevant MIPs had better molecule adsorbing and selecting capabilities (Fig.
For the latex, Pliocord VP 106 (Goodyear Chemicals), having a 15% vinylpyridine
content was used.
The result was the development of a carboxylated vinylpyridine
latex which is effective in protecting the polyester from attack by amine compounds in the rubber compound.
Agnew generated complexes between vinylpyridines
[15, 16] or poly(vinylpyridine
)s  and late divalent metal chlorides from the 1st row of the d-block (i.
Examples of possible cationic monomers are given as dimethylamino alkyl acrylates, vinyl pyrrolidones, vinyl imidazoyls, vinyl ethers with diethylamino groups, vinylpyridines
, alkyl acrylamides and dialkylaminoalkyl acrylamides.