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The aim of this study is to understand the crosslinked system of poly(styrene)-bpoly(isoprene) copolymer using cold vulcanization process as a facile method to produce anisometric nanoparticles. The morphologies of block copolymers could be controlled by the type of monomers, block junction, composition, and block size. A systematic methodology, utilizing cylindrical and lamellar morphologies of PS-b-PI copolymer, was used for producing fiber and sheet shaped nanoparticles. The cold vulcanization process was accomplished using sulfur monochloride (S2Cl2) as crosslinking agent. The microstructures and crosslinking density of crosslinked PS-b-PI copolymers were imaged and characterized. This study demonstrated the crosslinking of microphase separated block copolymer as a method to create particles with controlled size, shape, and physical properties.
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