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Differential Thermal Analysis Of High Polymers. II. Effects Of Diluents On Melting Behavior Of Polyethylenes

B. Ke
Published 1961 · Chemistry

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Studies of the nature and magnitude of the interaction between a polymer and a diluent are of both theoretical and practical importance. The effects of several liquid and solid diluents on the melting behavior of both high- and low-density polyethylene have been studied by differential thermal analysis. The depression of melting point was related by a thermodynamic equation to the type and amount of the diluent. The thermodynamically derived true heat of fusion of polyethylene agrees well with the currently accepted value.

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