2021
DOI: 10.1021/acs.macromol.1c00029 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: As one of the most prolifically produced plastics in the world, poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) suffers from mechanical brittleness and low toughness. Compared with traditional phthalate-type plasticizers, poly(ε-caprolactone) (PCL)-based plasticizers are especially attractive due to their "green" nature and capabilities to achieve improved physical properties. Herein, a stretchable and ultratough PVC-based plastic was achieved by a star-shaped PCL copolymer with a rigid, amino-containing, branched polylactide (N-B… Show more

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“…However, the disadvantage of PVC is that it is rigid and brittle and has PVC has a specific density of 1350 kg/m 3 and is an inexpensive, durable, and recyclable thermoplastic. In addition, PVC can produce materials that have high stress and can provide elastic and flexible properties with the addition of plasticizers [171]. Therefore, PVC is widely used in the market as a basic material for manufacturing goods, such as pipes and toys.…”
Section: Poly(vinyl Chloride) (Pvc) Thermoplasticmentioning
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“…However, the disadvantage of PVC is that it is rigid and brittle and has PVC has a specific density of 1350 kg/m 3 and is an inexpensive, durable, and recyclable thermoplastic. In addition, PVC can produce materials that have high stress and can provide elastic and flexible properties with the addition of plasticizers [171]. Therefore, PVC is widely used in the market as a basic material for manufacturing goods, such as pipes and toys.…”
Section: Poly(vinyl Chloride) (Pvc) Thermoplasticmentioning