Foundations of high performance polymers : properties, by A Hamrang

By A Hamrang

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9), where, ϕn and ϕif are relative volume fractions of nanofiller and interfacial regions, accordingly. 10), where, ρn is nanofiller density which is equal to ~1,700kg/m3 for Na+montmorillonite [5]. 9) allows to estimate the value ϕif. 2, the dependence ncl(ϕif) for nanocomposites LLDPE or MMT is adduced. As one can see, ncl reduction at ϕif increasing is observed, that is, Commercially Produced and Modified Starches 41 formed on organoclay surface densely-packed (and possibly, subjecting to epitaxial crystallization [9]) interfacial regions as if pull apart nanoclusters, reducing statistical segments number in them.

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