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  • Vinyl polymers are a group of polymers derived from vinyl monomers
  • Their backbone is an extended alkane chain, made polymerizing an alkene group (C=C) into a chain (..-C-C-C-C-..). In popular usage, "vinyl" refers only to polyvinyl chloride (PVC).
  • Vinyl polymers are the most common type of plastic.
  • For amorphous polymers, the transition from liquid-like to glass-like behavior is called the glass transition.
  • There are several means to modify polymers properties, viz. blending, grafting, and curing.
  • Blending is the physical mixture of two (or more) polymers to obtain the requisite properties.
  • Grafting is a method wherein
    monomers are covalently bonded (modified) onto the polymer chain
  • Whereas in curing, the polymerization of an oligomer mixture forms a coating which adheres to the substrate by physical forces.
  • Curing gives a smooth finish by filling in the valleys in the surface.
  • In rubber/elastomer industries, crosslinking is the most  important reaction of vinyl polymers
    •Vulcanization: using peroxide, sulfur or sulfur containing compounds
    •Free radical reactions by ionizing radiation
    •Photolysis involving photo sensitive funcitonal groups
    •Chemical reactions of labile functional groups
  • Photoinitiated free radical polymerization consists of four distinct steps:
    1. Photoinitiation: Absorption of light by a photosensitive
    compound or transfer of electronic excitation energy from a light absorbing sensitizer to the photo sensitive compound. Homolytic bond rupture leads to the formation of a radical, that reacts with one monomer unit.
    2. Propagation: Repeated addition of monomer units to the chain radical produces the polymer backbone.
    3. Chain transfer: Termination of growing chains by hydrogen abstraction from various species (e.g., from solvent) and concomitant production of a new radical capable of initiating another chain reaction.
    4. Termination: Chain radicals are consumed by disproportionate or recombination reactions.
General Information
  • Introduction
  • About Vinyl polymers


  • Polymeric Products As Effective Biocide Against Deteriorating Wood
  • Flexible Solutions For Coatings
  • Products Guide
  • Airflex EVCL Emulsion Polymers


  • Butvar B-98
  • PolyDrain
  • Polyvinylpyrrolidone K-30
  • Formolon® Suspension PVC Resin
  • Shelter-Rite® Vinyl Coated Fabric
  • Sheetrock® All Purpose Joint Compound
  • Vinilmud – P30
  • Ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


  • Fire Retardance, Smoke Toxicity And Fire Hazard
  • Environmental And Health Hazards
  • Health Hazards
  • Occupational Hazards
  • Toxic Products

Manufacturing Process

  • Polymerization of vinyl chloride in batch reactor
  • Production Of Polymers
  • Industrial Preparation Of Polyvinyl Chloride
  • Modeling of Polyvinyl Acetate Polymerization


  • Grafting
  • Optical and Optoelectronic Applications
  • Application to Polymers and Nano-scale Materials
  • Application in Organic Electroluminescent Devices
  • Photoinitiated Radical
    Vinyl Polymerization
  • Reaction of vinyl polymers
Company Profiles
  • Company Of Uttar Pradesh
  • Company Of Shandong China
  • Company Of Maharashtra
  • Company Of Belton TX


  • Acrylic Polymer Manufacturers
  • Indian Chemical Portal
  • EC21 Suppliers
  • Techn Vinyl Polymers India Ltd.



  • Chemical Technology
  • Vinyl Polymers In
    Cold Plasma
  • Design Synthesis of Water
    Soluble Phosphorus Containing Polymers
  • Synthesis using a novel macroiniferter
  • Polymerization Process
  • Preparation of vinyl polymer
  • Additives for Polymer Processing
  • Synthesis and Properties of vinyl polymer Tanning agents
  • Anionic Vinyl Polymerization
  • Modelling and simulation of vinyl chloride
  • Synthesis of graft and branched polymers
  • Reverse Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization


  • Alkoxylated Vinyl Polymer Demulsifiers
  • Aqueous Vinyl Polymer Dispersions
  • Foamable Vinyl Chloride Polymer Compositions
  • Vinyl Chloride Polymer Blend Composition
  • Vinyl Alcohol Polymer
  • Modified Vinyl Halide Polymer
  • Calendered Rigid Vinyl polymer Composition
  • Stabilization Of Vinyl Chloride Polymers


  • Synthesis and Color Tuning Properties of Blue Highly Fluorescent Vinyl
  • Metal catalysts for the vinyl polymerization
  • Conformations of Tetrads in Vinyl Polymers
  • Environmental Risk Evaluation Report


  • Novenco Consultants Ltd.
  • Protective Industrial Polymers
  • Vinyl World
  • Top Polymers


  • Radiative Gasification And Vinyl polymer Flammability
  • Properties Of Some Pyrolyzed Polymers
  • Amplitude Dependent Damping

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