Magnetic Resonance of Polymers at Surfaces
A brief review of the use of magnetic resonance of polymer molecules attached to or near solid surfaces is given with examples from the author's laboratory. Liquid, solid (including wide-line and magic angle spinning) and two dimensional magnetic resonance experiments have all been performed on surface polymers. The results suggest how magnetic resonance techniques can be used to probe the dynamics and structure of the polymer in composites, dispersions, surface treatments and the drying of coatings. © 1990.
F. D. Blum, "Magnetic Resonance of Polymers at Surfaces," Colloids and Surfaces, Elsevier, Jan 1990.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/0166-6622(90)80037-5
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01 Jan 1990