THE VARIATION OF THE RANDOMNESS OF CORRELATIONS OF ORIENTATION OF CRYSTALS IN CRYSTALLINE POLYMERS.
MASSACHUSETTS UNIV AMHERST POLYMER RESEARCH INST
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Previous theories for the scattering from crystalline polymers having random orientation correlations were extended to the case of non-randomness where correlated regions deviate from spherical shape. Application is made of the previously suggested technique of measurement of scattered intensity as a function of polarization direction in order to evaluate non-randomness. This technique is applied to a series of low LD, medium MD and high density HD polyethylene films crystallized at a series of temperatures. Author
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