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|Title:||Effect of morphology and particle size on the mechanical properties of SAN composites|
|Abstract:||The effect of morphology (core-shell and three-layer) and particle size on the mechanical properties of a SAN composite was investigated. The-core-shell (CS) and three-layer (TL) particles with same global composition (60PBA/40PS) were both obtained by emulsion and microemulsion polymerization to obtain particles with different size. The composites with particles obtained by emulsion, independently of the morphology (CS or TL) and particle size (170 and 220 nm); have at maxima in impact resistance at a 20% of particles content. A different behaviour, however, was observed when particles obtained by microemulsion were used. The composites with TC particles obtained by microemulsion polymerization show a maximum in impact resistance at 10% particles, but impact resistance of composites with CS particles obtained by microemulsion polymerization did not show a maximum and increases with particles content.|
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