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High Throughput Polymer Latex Synthesis and Purification Process.
EP20110
Poster Title: High Throughput Polymer Latex Synthesis and Purification Process.
Submitted on 19 Dec 2013
Author(s): Neil L. Campbell
Affiliations: University of Liverpool
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Abstract: Polymer latexes are essential components in a wide range of commercial products and formulations such as, paints, cosmetics, coatings, biotechnology and functionalised supports. Many difficulties are intrinsic in the implementation of polymer latex research, particularly in purification of the latex dispersions, making high throughput research in this area especially challenging. By the use of experimental design, automated synthesis and the new developed high throughput purification process, the investigation of the influential factors on polymer latexes can be swiftly and reproducibly achieved.

This allows fully characterised libraries of functionally diverse polymer latexes to be produced and screened for a wide range of applications.
Summary: Polymer latexes are essential components in a wide range of commercial products and formulations such as, paints, cosmetics, coatings, biotechnology and functionalised supports. Many difficulties are intrinsic in the implementation of polymer latex research, particularly in purification of the latex dispersions, making high throughput research in this area especially challenging.
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