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Synthèse et caractérisation de polymères amphiphiles très hydrophobes anioniques et application au contrôle de la rhéologie de fluides complexes

Abstract : This work deals with the influence of the hydrophobic modification on the solution properties in water of an alternated copolymer based on styrene and maleic anhydride. It appears that a wide range of hydrophobic content can be covered keeping the solubility in water of the hydrophobically modified copolymers. With increasing the hydrophobic content, the sequence: polyelectrolyte/associating polymers/polysoaps/microgels has been discriminated thanks to the use of scattering techniques combined with rheological measurements. The more hydrophobic system draws a special attention since its properties may be reminiscent of what is encountered with concentrated colloidal dispersions, for instance the solutions exhibit yield stress values. This latter fact has been attributed to the formation of microgel like particles that form a gel once they have filled the whole space. Interestingly, the value for the concentration where the closed packing is reached may be varied by playing with external parameter (temperature, salt, charge content...) that deeply affect the volume fraction of the microgel. The presence of yield stress values makes these systems valuable for oil recovery.
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Christille Le Chatelier-Brunet. Synthèse et caractérisation de polymères amphiphiles très hydrophobes anioniques et application au contrôle de la rhéologie de fluides complexes. Chimie. Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI, 2005. Français. ⟨pastel-00001735⟩

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