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2014 | 19 | 65-71
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MISCIBILITY AND INTERACTIONS IN CHITOSAN AND POLYACRYLAMIDE MIXTURES

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In the present work, the results of Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) and atomic force microscopy (AFM) studies of films of chitosan acetate (ChA), polyacrylamide (PAM), and their mixtures are presented. The morphology of the ChA and PAM films and their mixtures was studied by tappingmode atomic force microscopy (AFM). The topography images were considered by determining the root mean square (RMS) deviation in the image data. The study of mixtures by AFM showed a completely different morphology when compared with pure components. The roughness of mixtures increases with the increase of ChA content but is significantly reduced after UV exposure. This may indicate a strong interaction between the polymeric components. The FTIR spectroscopy also supports the obtained results. The miscibility of polymer mixtures is related to interactions between the functional groups of the polymeric components.
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