volume 32, issue 13, P854-860 1992
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760321304
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Abstract: The morphology, rheology, and mechanical properties of blends of polysulfone (PSF) with up to 65% of a wholly aromatic liquid crystalline polymer (LCP) were investigated. In injection molded specimens a skin-core morphology was observed with the LCP minor phase oriented in the skin and globular in the core. Scanning electron microscopy of fractured surfaces showed sharp phase boundaries, suggesting low interfacial adhesion. The neat PSF and blends with low amounts of LCP exhibited a low shear Newtonian platea…

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