Emulsion polymerization ( 2 ) is a form of pol…

Emulsion polymerization ( 2 ) is a form of polymerization in which a surfactant is mixed in water with a water soluble initiator and (typically) a non-water soluble monomer, ensuring that the polymerization reaction is carried out within the micelles formed by the surfactants. (Other materials can be used, but the oil-in-water form of emulsion polymerization is the most common.) Emulsion polymerizations are always radical polymerizations. 

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