volume 34, issue 23, P1731-1743 1994
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760342304
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Abstract: Abstract The morphology and properties of high modulus polypropylenes (PP) are characterized over a wide range of material variables. These variables include the tacticity, room temperature xylene solubles (XSRT), molecular weight, melt flow rate (MFR), and polydispersity index (PI). Flexural modulus in quench‐cooled compression moldings of propylene homopolymer can be correlated to the volume fraction crystallinity, ϕc, by an empirical logarithmic dependence. The quantitative zero orientation results for the…

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