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Miscibility evolution of polycarbonate/polystyrene blends during compounding

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  • The Miscibility Evolution Of Polycarbonate/Polystyrene (Pc/Ps) Blends During The Compounding Process
  • Namely Melt Blending
  • Remelt Blending In A Twin-Screw Extruder And Third Melt Blending In An Injection Molding Machine
  • Was Investigated By Measuring Their Glass Transition Temperatures (T-G) And Their Specific Heat Incr
  • Differential Scanning Calorimetry (Dsc) Was Used To Examine Nine Blend Compositions
  • Shifts In Glass Transition Temperature (T-G) Of The Two Phases In Melt-Mixed Pc/Ps Blends Suggest Pa
  • The Observed Solubility Strongly Depends On Blend Composition And Blending Method
  • The T-G Measurements Showed Maximum Mutual Solubility Around 50/50 Composition
  • The Miscibility Of Pc/Ps Blended After The Third Stage (Melt Injection Molding) Was Higher Than That

Abstract

Miscibility evolution of polycarbonate/polystyrene blends during compounding - DTU Orbit (21/04/14) Miscibility evolution of polycarbonate/polystyrene blends during compounding - DTU Orbit (21/04/14) Chuai, Chengzhi; Almdal, Kristoffer; Johannsen, Ib; Lyngaae-Jørgensen, Jørgen / Miscibility evolution of polycarbonate/polystyrene blends during compounding. In: Polymer Engineering and Science, Vol. 42, No. 5, 2002, p. 961-968. Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2002

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