volume 9, issue 12, P3555-3561 1971
DOI: 10.1002/pol.1971.150091213
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Abstract: Abstract The radiation chemistry of highly purified, rigorously degassed aqueous solutions of poly(ethylene oxide) is markedly different from solutions not so treated. Gelation doses are lower in the purified samples by almost two orders of magnitude. Degradation is unimportant in dilute solutions. The very broad molecular weight distribution as well as the very high molecular weight of these polymers makes the interpretation of the results difficult. Neither gel dose measurements nor solubility measurements …

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