Alexander Madl reports in SpecialChem on VAE emulsions

VAE Emulsions – Current Status and Future Innovations

Vinyl-acetate ethylene co-polymer emulsions (VAE) are one of the youngest children in the family of emulsion polymers. Initial experiments to introduce ethylene as monomer into the emulsion polymerization were done in 1950s and VAE was made commercial available in the late 1960s1. This new type of co-polymer emulsions took a while to become successful outside Read more about VAE Emulsions – Current Status and Future Innovations[…]

Article Alexander Madl in SpecialChem online magazine

Emulsion Polymerization: DO’s and DON’Ts

Emulsion polymerization has the first industrial application in early 20th century and now it has developed to be one of the most versatile polymerization techniques in polymers industry. And Emulsion polymers contribute to the value for the formulator as well as for the end user by many facets. Performing emulsion polymerization at industrial scale means to Read more about Emulsion Polymerization: DO’s and DON’Ts[…]