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Magnetic resonance imaging has been used to spatially map the time course of the bulk polymerisation of methylmethacrylate. Both two‐dimensional projection and slice‐selective techniques have been employed. Image intensities give qualitative information about viscosity, reaction rates and the localised extent of polymerisation. The importance of proton relaxation measurements in drawing quantitative conclusions is stressed. Copyright © 1991 Society of Chemical Industry

Original publication

DOI

10.1002/pi.4990240303

Type

Journal article

Journal

Polymer International

Publication Date

01/01/1991

Volume

24

Pages

139 - 143