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“…For a comprehensive illustration, Table 1 contains thermal transition and molecular weight data for PFS homopolymers determined by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and gel permeation chromatography (GPC), respectively. 90 This value corresponds to a 100% perfect crystallite of infinite size, which cannot be obtained experimentally. 30,78 One notable property of these materials is their high thermal stabilities to weight loss; for example, PFS with two hydrogen substituents retained 90% of its initial mass when heated to 600 1C.…”
Section: Morphology In the Solid State: Crystalline And Amorphous Matmentioning
confidence: 95%
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“…For a comprehensive illustration, Table 1 contains thermal transition and molecular weight data for PFS homopolymers determined by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and gel permeation chromatography (GPC), respectively. 90 This value corresponds to a 100% perfect crystallite of infinite size, which cannot be obtained experimentally. 30,78 One notable property of these materials is their high thermal stabilities to weight loss; for example, PFS with two hydrogen substituents retained 90% of its initial mass when heated to 600 1C.…”
Section: Morphology In the Solid State: Crystalline And Amorphous Matmentioning
confidence: 95%
“…16 Generally, for PFSs with hydrogen substituents on the Cp rings, T g values can range from À51 1C with long, flexible substituents at silicon, such as R = R 0 = OC 6 H 13 , to 99 1C for materials with ferrocenyl and methyl substituents, demonstrating the substantial influence of the side group structure. 90 Moreover, using the Gibbs-Thomson approach resulted in the prediction of an equilibrium melting temperature of ca. 6,7,51,60,68,71,75,78 A significant increase in T g also occurs when the hydrogens on the cyclopentadienyl ligands are replaced with more sterically demanding alkyl groups.…”
Section: Morphology In the Solid State: Crystalline And Amorphous Matmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The PS‐ b ‐PFDMS diblock copolymer under investigation here (Figure 1) was prepared by sequential living anionic polymerization as described recently 57. Its overall molar mass ($\overline {M} _{{\rm n}}$ ) was 24.3 kg · mol −1 (polydispersity index (PDI) = 1.05).…”
Section: Experimental Partmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As PFDMS crystallizes very slowly, the self‐seeding technique1, 57, 64–73 was applied to ensure PFDMS crystallization in experimentally acceptable periods of time. The required pre‐crystallized samples were obtained by first heating the powdery ‘as‐synthesized’ PS‐ b ‐PFDMS to 180 °C for 60 min in order to destroy any kind of preformed crystalline order.…”
Section: Experimental Partmentioning
confidence: 99%
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