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Home  >  Journal list  >  Polymer Journal  >  Vol.36 No.1 (2004)

Polymer Journal
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The Thermal and Mechanical Properties and the Ionic Conductivity of Cationic Polyurethane Elastomers with Pendant Trimethylammonium Group
( pp.1 - 9 )
Kyoko Hiraoka1), Masafumi Takesue2) and Tetsuo Yokoyama3)

Investigation on a Blend System of Polymers Containing Uracil and Triazine Groups
( pp.10 - 17 )
Yueqin Duan1), Xudong Wang1), Chenxi Li1) and Binglin He1)

Adhesion Enhancement of Norbornene Polymers with Lithocholate Substituents for 193-nm Resists
( pp.18 - 22 )
Jin-Baek Kim1), Jong-Sung Ko2), Ji-Hyun Jang1), Jae-Hak Choi1) and Bum-Wook Lee3)

Hydrogen-Bond Interaction of PMAA/PVAc Blends: A Natural Abundant Two-Dimensional Exchange 13C NMR Investigation
( pp.23 - 27 )
Atsushi Asano1)

Synthesis and Characterization of OH-Terminated Poly(trimethylene carbonate)s by Alcohol-Initiated Ring-Opening Polymerization in Melt Bulk without Using Any Catalyst
( pp.28 - 33 )
Faquan Yu1) and Renxi Zhuo2)

Test of Tube Dilation Picture at Short Times through Dynamic Scattering and Viscoelastic Experiments
( pp.34 - 44 )
Alok K. R. Paul1) and Hiroshi Watanabe1)

Synthesis of Polymer Microspheres with Mercapto Groups by Polycondensation of 1,3-Propanedithiol and 1,6-Dibromohexane in the Presence of a Poly[styrene-alkylacrylamide] Latex
( pp.45 - 49 )
Shinji Watanabe1), Ryo Ikeda1), Hiroaki Ikeda1), Miki Murata1) and Yuzuru Masuda1)

Gas-Permeation Control by PET Membranes with Nanosized Pores
( pp.50 - 53 )
Shuichi Takahashi1), Masaru Yoshida2), Masaharu Asano2) and Tsutomu Nakagawa1)

Ultrathin Hydrogels Prepared from Poly(acrylic acid-co-acrylamide) and Poly(vinylamine) on a Solid Substrate
( pp.54 - 58 )
Takeshi Serizawa1), Zi-Jian Wang1), Taishi Tateishi1) and Mitsuru Akashi1)

Measurements of Mechanical Properties on a Swollen Hydrogel by a Tension Test Method
( pp.59 - 63 )
Yoshinori Isomoto Oka1), Shuji Sakohara1), Takehiko Gotoh1), Takashi Iizawa1), Kouhei Okamoto2) and Hirofumi Doi2)



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