By J. F. Jackson, Bruce Johnson (auth.), Roger S. Porter, Julian F. Johnson (eds.)
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5 yield second run thermo grams as plotted in Fig. 11. 5. The width of the maximum seems to increase slightly with A. , at about l25 0 C. 5. The intensity of the low temperature side slightly increases. 5. 2. Low Crystallinity PE (ACX) The second run thermograms of RN03 etched ACX samples of different draw ratio are shown in Fig. 12. Neither the quenched nor the annealed undrawn material show a sharp melting peak after the acid treatment as observed with FF. In quenched ACX two maxima A. PETERLIN AND G.
Sample weights ranged from 2 to 6 llg and were weighed to 1% accuracy. The heating rate was 20°C/minute; calibratior. of the instrument was performed using a sample of indium. ) Areas of the powertime recordings were measured by planimetry; the areas involved ranging from Ij. to 10 square inches. The graphically reported values are the average of at least two runs at the appropriate bromine content. 0oC/minute. The heat of fusion of these melt recrystallized samples was then measured at the same heating rate as the brominated single crystals.
Analytical Calorimetry: Proceedings of the Symposium on Analytical Calorimetry at the meeting of the American Chemical Society, held in Chicago, Illinois, September 13–18, 1970 by J. F. Jackson, Bruce Johnson (auth.), Roger S. Porter, Julian F. Johnson (eds.)