acrylamide copolymer

acrylamide copolymer

[ə′kril·ə‚mīd kō′päl·ə·mər]
(organic chemistry)
A thermosetting resin formed of acrylamide with other resins, such as the acrylic resins.
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Stevens, "Acrylamide copolymer thickener for aqueous systems," U.S.
Inverse emulsion and microemulsion polymerization have been also employed to synthetize acrylamide copolymers [11, 14-16].
Application: Papermakers can adjust the balance between retention efficiency and formation uniformity by adding high-mass acrylamide copolymer retention aids earlier or later to the process.
* Acrylamide is a chemical used primarily to make substances called polyacrylamide and acrylamide copolymers. These are used in industrial processes, such as the production of paper, dyes, and plastics, and in the treatment of drinking water and wastewater, including sewage.
In contrast, cationic acrylamide copolymers containing amide monomers such as APTAC and MAPTAC are reasonably stable up to a pH of 9-10.
However, these acrylamide copolymers are less thermally stable and easy to hydrolyze at severe operating conditions especially in high temperature and caustic environment.
Wang, "Synthesis and aqueous solution properties of hydrophobically modified anionic acrylamide copolymers," Journal of Polymer Science B: Polymer Physics, vol.
Effect of the distribution of the hydrophobic cationic monomer dimethyldodecyl(2-acrylamidoethyl)ammonium bromide on the solution behavior of associating acrylamide copolymers," Macromolecules, vol.
Several new thickening agents, the Himosap series,based on acrylamide copolymers. These products show remarkable thickening ability in high salt systems and have been shown to maintain viscosity over a broad range of pH, while providing clear solutions.