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Figure 2: DRIFT spectra of the nanoparticle samples NP-RA, NP-MMA and NP-PMMA-3.

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Figure 2: DRIFT spectra of the nanoparticle samples NP-RA, NP-MMA and NP-PMMA-3.

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Three different events can lead to the copolymerization and attachment of the PMMA chains to NP-MMA: i) initiation occurs on the NP-MMA, resulting in PMMA chain(s) growing from the surface of the NP-MMA (blue circle in Scheme1 ); ii) growing PMMA chain(s) copolymerizes with the methacrylate unit(s) on the surface of a single NP-MMA (red circle in Scheme1 ); iii) growing PMMA chain copolymerizes with methacrylate unit(s) on the surface of more than one NP-MMA particle, resulting in the formation of covalent links between the NP-MMA surfaces (green circle in Scheme1 ).

Of the three events, the last one is the most dependent on the concentration of NP-MMA and can even lead to cross-linking. The relative occurrence of this event should have a major influence on the colloidal stability of the NP-PMMA suspension and the hydrodynamic size of the NP-PMMA. The gel properties of the suspension of the NP-PMMA-3, where the concentration of the NP-MMA was the highest, indicate the relatively high content of the PMMA chains connecting several neighboring nanoparticles.

The size of the NP-PMMA-3 nanoparticles and the free PMMA chains were probed using dynamic light scattering (DLS). Two distinct populations were found in the suspension of nanoparticles denoted as NP-PMMA-3 ( Blue Suede Gazelle Sneakers adidas Originals Release Dates Authentic dw8Cin

Figure 3: Number-weighted hydrodynamic diameter size-distribution function of the NP-RA and NP-PMMA-3 nanoparticle samples.

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Figure 3: Number-weighted hydrodynamic diameter size-distribution function of the NP-RA and NP-PMMA-3 nanopar...

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The distribution function for the smaller diameter region was extremely narrow, with the mode at 2 nm. The distribution function for the larger diameter region is strongly skewed and the median, having the value of 45 nm, is a better estimate of the “average” hydrodynamic diameter than the mean or mode. The distribution functions were well separated; therefore, we can conclude that the one centered at 2 nm described the hydrodynamic size of the free polymer chains, and the other one, the NP-PMMA nanoparticles. Additionally, the sPMMA sample was measured. In this case the signal was weak so the autocorrelation function was acquired at a low angle, i.e., at a small scattering vector that makes it possible to probe the fast dynamics of small polymer chains. The resulting distribution function of the hydrodynamic size of the polymer chains was centered at approximately 4 ± 2 nm. The large error is due to the weak signal. On the other hand, in the NP-PMMA-3 sample, the scattering from the nanoparticles overwhelmed the scattering from the small polymer chains, also making an estimation of their size less reliable. We believe that the hydrodynamic diameter of the free PMMA chains being between 1 nm and 4 nm is a valid assumption. The distribution function of the NP-RA nanoparticles is less skewed with a median of 30 nm. The number-weighted average size and the median of the nanoparticles NP-RA determined from the TEM images were 11.0 ± 2.3 nm and 10 nm, respectively ( simple glass sandals Metallic Stuart Weitzman Discount Shop Free Shipping Online Footlocker Finishline Sale Online Outlet Best Wholesale Pre Order For Sale x4TV86M9
, Figure S6). Considering the fact that the suspension of NP-RA was colloidal, the relatively large hydrodynamic size is related to the exceedingly good solvation of the RA chains by toluene. The increase in the hydrodynamic size from 30 nm to 45 nm during the polymerization is clearly related to the copolymerization of the NP-MMA and MMA. The relatively large hydrodynamic size and the increased skewness of the hydrodynamic size-distribution function of the NP-PMMA-3 suggest that some NPs were linked together; however, the number of the individual NPs linked together is quite low. This indicates that branched structures with NPs acting as the branching points were most likely formed instead of a fully cross-linked gel. The fact that the hydrodynamic size of the NP-PMMA nanoparticles was still large in the diluted sample was a further proof that the polymer chains were strongly attached, not only adsorbed onto the surface of the nanoparticles.

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