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Table 2

Summary of the main activities involving TVPs.

Year Activity Authors
1994 Developed the first polymer with thermo-viscosifying property for the oil industry Hourdet et al.
2010 Produced a thermo-viscosifying system from AM and MPAD copolymerization Wang et al.
2011 Conducted a comparative study between P(AM-co-MPAD) and PHPA, evaluating the effects of several factors Wang et al.
2013 Developed poly [acrylamide-poly (oxyethylene octylphenol ether acryl ester)] and evaluated its thermo-associative capacity Zhu et al.
2015b Carried out a comparative study between the terpolymer with thermo-viscosifying property P(AM-AA-MPAD), PHPA and P(AM-co-ATBS) Kamal et al.
2015 Evaluated the performance of AM-ATBS copolymer and commercial TVP Leblanc et al.
2017 Studied the thermal stability of TVP produced with the macromonomer MPAD Li et al.
2017a and 2017b Evaluated the performance of four acrylamide-based copolymers containing 2-acrylamide-2-methylpropane sulfonate groups and one them with thermosensitive side groups Akbari et al.
2017b Observed that the viscosifying behavior of commercial TVPs is extremely dependent on polymer concentration, salinity and temperature Sarsenbekuly et al.
2018 Performed studies with commercial TVPs Reichenbach-Klinke et al.
2018b Performed a comparative study between the copolymer of AM, NaAA, and AA (PAMA) and the TVPs formed by PAMA and Pluronic (PEOn-PPOm-PEOn) Wang et al.

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