Some results which show the influence of the catalyst and of the TBHP concentration on the peroxy and epoxy group contents are displayed in Table 2.
What does EGC stand for?
EGC stands for Epoxy Group Content
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Determination of Surface Carboxylic and Epoxy Group Content The surface carboxylic content of latex particles was determined by conductometric titration using 0.
n-1]][ECH] (17) If we neglect Eq 17, when [ECH] [approaches] 0, considering the mass balances (i = initial concentrations) for TMP and ECH and taking into account that Eq 14 does not consider the number of molecules of ECH, (each OH group from TMP reacts with only one epoxy group content into ECH and besides they do not have to react at the same time.