2020
DOI: 10.1016/j.msec.2020.110736
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Mechanics and tribology of a zwitterionic polymer blend: Impact of molecular weight

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“…In the NEMD, various boundary conditions are applied to create shear stress in the system. Also, it can classify a group of atoms into a single interaction group [5]. Therefore, for an Alkane hydrocarbon, it can consider the carbon atom in the center of any united group.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
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“…In the NEMD, various boundary conditions are applied to create shear stress in the system. Also, it can classify a group of atoms into a single interaction group [5]. Therefore, for an Alkane hydrocarbon, it can consider the carbon atom in the center of any united group.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The same is expected to hold for the slip length k / M e , cf. Mark-Houwink relation [5]. For _ cr ( 1 there is no shear rate dependence of shear and slip.…”
Section: Apparent and Real Couette Flow In A Narrow Gapmentioning
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“…The weight percent of PVA reported in current studies ranges from 7 to 40 wt%, in which 10 and 15 wt% are the most widely used ones. [ 26–35 ] To prepare PVA solution with a weight percent less than 20 wt%, the mixture of PVA and water is heated to 85—95 °C and stirred for 6–12 h, until solids dissolve completely. For 40 wt% PVA solution that approaches the solubility limit, devices such as autoclave sterilizer (121 °C) [ 29 ] and hydrothermal reactor (135 °C) are involved to create a high‐temperature and high‐pressure environment to facilitate the dissolution.…”
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“…Examples are zwitterionic polymers like polysulfobetaine (PMEDSAH), [ 28,87 ] or common ionic compounds that contain aluminum ions [ 88 ] or iron ions. [ 89,90 ] PVA hydrogels are toughened by adding compounds with the above‐mentioned ions.…”
Section: Strengthening Mechanisms and Basic Property Characterizationmentioning
confidence: 99%