volume 33, issue 2, P65-69 1993
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760330202
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Abstract: Abstract Arrhenius plots have long been used to allow predictions of the long‐term useful life for a variety of materials. These plots are generated by testing materials exposed to elevated temperatures for different intervals of time. Since such a technique eliminates moisture from consideration, a different technique should be employed for moisture‐sensitive materials used in humid ambients. A technique is described to allow for humidity in the prediction of useful life in moisture‐sensitive plastics. Modif…

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