Thermodinamics and Mutual Distribution of Macromolecules in the Systems: Chlorine Chlorocontaining Polymers
Shixaliyev Kerem Sefi

Shixaliyev Kerem Seyfi , Doctor of Technical Sciences, ProfessorAcademician of the European Academy of Natural Sciences Professor, Department of Organic Substances and Technology of Macromolecular Compounds Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University, Baku, Azerbaijan
Manuscript received on March 26, 2021. | Revised Manuscript received on April 01, 2021. | Manuscript published on April 10, 2021. | PP: 1-6 | Volume-1 Issue-1, Aprl 2021 | Retrieval Number:100.1/ijac.B2002101221 | DOI: 10.54105/ijac.B2002.041121
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Abstract: In given work a scientific base compatibility of polymers, produced by industry have been studied by revealing of thermodynamically regularities of polymer mixtures. The most significant thermodynamic regularities of the mixtures of polyolefin , produced by industry and heterochained polymers have been revealed and on this base the scientific bases of their compatibility have been developed for creation of multicomponent compositional materials with given complex of operating properties. Key words: polymer-polymer mixtures, chlorinated polyethylene (CPE), polymethylmetaacrylate (PMMA), polyethylene of low density (PELD), chlorcarboxylated polyethylene of low density (CCPE) chlorinated PELD (CPE), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), criteria of compatibility, chlorination, upper and lower critical temperature, specific holding of volume, Qibbs mixing energy, parameter of solubility, distribution of macromolecules, chlorine-chlorocontaining polymers, polar groups, thermodynamically compatibility, sorbate, gas-carrier.
Keywords: (CPE), polymethylmetaacrylate (PMMA), polyethylene of low density (PELD), chlorcarboxylated polyethylene of low density (CCPE) chlorinated PELD (CPE), polyvinyl chloride (PVC).
Scope of the Article: Polymer Chemistry