methacrylic polymer

methacrylic polymer

[′meth·ə‚kril·ik ′päl·ə·mər]
(organic chemistry)
A polymer whose monomer is a methacrylic ester with the general formula H2C=C(CH3)COOR.
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These range from lines consisting of an ester based polymer modified with a chromophore group; some made from a modified methacrylic polymer; others manufactured from a copolymer of hydroxystyrene and methyl methacrylate, modified with chromophore groups; plus some consisting of amino-resin and modified phenolic resin, (and others).
* Anti-reflection coatings, of amino-resin and modified phenolic resin and also of a modified methacrylic polymer;
Apparently, while the binder retains some of its properties in the final crosslinked network this is not the case for the growing methacrylic polymer. This is in agreement with the absence of a PMMA glass transition in the DMTA spectrum (Fig.
(5.) Tirelli, N, Ahumada, O, Suter, UW, Menzel, H, Castelvetro, V, "Investigation on the Wettability Properties of Thin Films of Methacrylic Polymers with Partially Fluorinated Side Chains." Macromol.
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The (dy/dT) for polyethylene and various methacrylic polymers are reported 0.060-0.067 and 0.059-0076 range, respectively (28).