Vinyl and Vinylidene Chlorides

Poly(vinyl chloride) is often highly plasticized to improve rheology for melt processing. It is highly susceptible to UV and high-temperature degradation and stabilizers (see Stabilizers in the Polymer Additives section) are commonly added. Copolymers are made with vinyl acetate and ethylene to improve rheology properties. Poly (vinylidene chloride), and some of its copolymers, are crystalline. Poly(vinylidenechloride) copolymers have self-adhesive (clinging) characteristics.

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81388 Poly(vinyl chloride) low molecular weight
81387 Poly(vinyl chloride) high molecular weight
389293 Poly(vinyl chloride) average Mw ~43,000, average Mn ~22,000
189588 Poly(vinyl chloride) average Mw ~62,000, average Mn ~35,000
389323 Poly(vinyl chloride) average Mw ~80,000, average Mn ~47,000
346772 Poly(vinyl chloride)
346764 Poly(vinyl chloride) average Mw ~233,000, average Mn ~99,000
81392 Poly(vinyl chloride) Selectophore, high molecular weight
81395 Poly(vinyl chloride) carboxylated Selectophore, 1.8% carboxyl basis
16252 Poly(vinyl chloride) carboxylated Selectophore, 5% carboxyl basis
50133 Poly(vinyl chloride) carboxylated Selectophore, 10% carboxyl basis
189553 Poly(vinyl chloride) carboxylated average Mw ~220,000 by GPC, powder
387975 Poly(vinyl chloride-co-vinyl acetate-co-vinyl alcohol) average Mn ~22,000
496707 Poly(vinylidene chloride-co-acrylonitrile) average Mn ~80,000, average Mw ~150,000
430404 Poly(vinylidene chloride-co-methyl acrylate) granular, 245 μm, average Mw ~90,000