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Benign Processing of Polymers Plasticized with Absorbed Carbon Dioxide
Grant Number R829555
RFA: Technology for a Sustainable Environment (2001)


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Journal Article (6)
Paper (2)
Patent/Patent Application (1)
Presentation (9)
Proceedings (3)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Journal Article

Bortner MJ, Baird DG. Rheology and extrusion of CO2 plasticized acrylic copolymers. Society of Plastics Engineers 2002;60(1):1024-1028.

R829555 (Final)
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Bortner MJ, Wilding MD, Baird DG. Melt processing of thermally unstable polymers plasticized with CO2. Society of Plastics Engineers 2003;61(3):2811-2815.

R829555 (Final)
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Bortner MJ, Baird DG. Absorption of CO2 and subsequent viscosity reduction of an acrylonitrile copolymer. Polymer 2004;45(10):3399-3412.

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Journal Article Bortner MJ, Bhanu VA, McGrath JE, Baird DG. Absorption of CO2 in high acrylonitrile content copolymers: dependence on acrylonitrile content. Polymer 2004;45(10):3413-3422 R829555 (Final)
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Bortner MJ, Bhanu VA, McGrath JE, Baird DG. Shear rheological properties of acrylic copolymers and terpolymers suitable for potentially melt processable carbon fiber precursors. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 2004;93(6):2856-2865.

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Wilding MD, Nguyen QT, Bortner MJ, Baird DG. Melt processing of traditionally solution-processed polymers with CO2. Society of Plastics Engineers 2004;62(3):3776-3780.

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Paper Bortner MJ, Wilding MD, Baird DG. Melt processing of thermally unstable polymers plasticized with CO2. In: Technical Papers of the Society of Plastics Engineers Annual Technical Conference, Vol. 49, 2003. R829555 (2002)
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Paper Bortner MJ, Baird DG, McGrath JE. Processing of PAN/MA copolymers plasticized with adsorbed CO2. In: Technical Papers of the Society of Plastics Engineers Annual Technical Conference, Vol. 48, 2002. R829555 (2002)
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Patent/Patent Application Baird DG, Nguyen Q, Wilding M. PROCESS FOR INCREASING THE EXFOLIATION AND DISPERSION OF NANOPARTICLES INTO POLYMERIC MATRICES USING SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE. 2006;(Patent appl. no. 20060252871) R829555 (Final)
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Presentation Baird DG, Bortner MJ, McGrath JE. Plasticization of acrylic copolymers with absorbed carbon dioxide. Presented at the 223rd American Chemical Society National Meeting, Orlando, FL, April 7-11, 2002. R829555 (2003)
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Presentation

Bortner MJ, Wilding MD, Baird DG. Melt processing of thermally unstable polymers plasticized with CO2. Presented at the Society of Plastics Engineers Annual Technical Conference, Nashville, TN, May 4-8, 2003.

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Presentation Bortner MJ, Baird DG. Plasticization with carbon dioxide to facilitate melt spinning of high acrylonitrile content copolymers. Presented at the 73rd Annual Meeting of the Society of Rheology, Bethesda, MD, October 2001. R829555 (2002)
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R829555 (Final)
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Presentation

Bortner MJ, Baird DG, McGrath JE. Processing of PAN/MA copolymers plasticized with adsorbed CO2. Presented at the Society of Plastics Engineers Annual Technical Conference, San Francisco, CA, May 5-9, 2002.

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Bortner MJ, Baird DG, McGrath JE. Processing of PAN/MA copolymers plasticized with adsorbed CO2. Presented at the American Chemical Society National Meeting, Orlando, FL, April 7-11, 2002.

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Bortner MJ, Baird DG. Processing of supercritical CO2 plasticized acrylic copolymers. Presented at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Fall Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, November 3-8, 2002.

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Presentation

Bortner MJ, Baird DG. Rheology and extrusion of CO2 plasticized acrylic copolymers. Presented at the Society of Plastics Engineers Annual Technical Conference, San Francisco, CA, May 5-9, 2002.

R829555 (Final)
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Presentation

Wilding MD, Nguyen QT, Bortner MJ, Baird DG. Melt processing of traditionally solution-processed polymers with CO2. Presented at the Society of Plastics Engineers Annual Technical Conference, Chicago, IL, May 16-20, 2004.

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Wilding MD, Baird DG. Rheology of reactive and high-viscosity polymers with supercritical carbon dioxide. Presented at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, October 30-November 4, 2005.

R829555 (Final)
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Proceedings Bortner MJ, Wilding MD, Baird DG. Melt processing of thermally unstable polymers plasticized with CO2. In: Proceedings of the Society of Plastics Engineers 61st Annual Technical Conference, Nashville, TN, May 2003, Volume 3, pp. 2811-2815. R829555 (2003)
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Proceedings Bortner MJ, Baird DG. Rheology and extrusion of CO2 plasticized acrylic copolymers. In: Proceedings of the Society of Plastics Engineers 60th Annual Technical Conference, San Francisco, CA, May 2002, Volume 1, pp. 1024-1028. R829555 (2003)
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Proceedings Wilding MD, Nguyen QT, Bortner MJ, Baird DG. Melt processing of traditionally solution-processed polymers with CO2. In: Proceedings of the Society of Plastics Engineers 62nd Annual Technical Conference, Chicago, IL, May 2004, Volume 3, pp. 3776-3780. R829555 (2003)
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