Analyzing the surface properties of acrylic-based water-soluble polymers
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The surface properties of newly synthesized N-methoxy isopropyl acrylamide, N-methoxy isopropyl methacrylamide, cyclo propyl acrylamide, and cyclo propyl methacrylamide polymers were investigated using inverse gas chromatography. The highest dispersive component of the surface energy value was obtained for cyclo propyl methacrylamide at 30°C. The values obtained for all polymers were decreasing with the increasing temperature. The values obtained for the acidic and the basic parameters revealed strong basic characters for the surface of N-methoxy isopropyl methacrylamide and cyclo propyl methacrylamide polymers and weak basic characters for the surface of N-methoxy isopropyl acrylamide and cyclo propyl acrylamide polymers.