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The Synthesis and Evaluation of Hydrophobic Association Thickener

DOI: 10.4236/ojcm.2015.51001    3,509 Downloads   3,887 Views  

ABSTRACT

The paper provides a new hydrophobic association polymer fracturing fluid gelatinizer. The hydrophobic association which is the synthesis of three component copolymer complexes, is compounded by micellar copolymerization method. The hydrophobic association is got together through hydrophilic monomer acrylamide monomer N,N-vinyl pyrrolidone monomer with a rigid group N, and hydrophobic monomer N,N-2 dodecyl acrylamide etc. three monomers with sodium dodecyl sulfate as the emulsifier in micellar solution.

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Liu, Q. , Cheng, D. , Wang, J. , Fan, Z. , Zhang, T. and Sun, A. (2015) The Synthesis and Evaluation of Hydrophobic Association Thickener. Open Journal of Composite Materials, 5, 1-4. doi: 10.4236/ojcm.2015.51001.

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