volume 34, issue 7, P570-579 1994
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760340705
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Abstract: bIn this paper we address the aspects associated with shear modification of low density polyethylene by extrusion. By successive passes of the polymer through an extruder it can be shown that both the melt viscosity and melt elasticity are reduced by shear modification. These reversible variations are not accompanied by significant changes in molecular weight distribution. The major effects of extrusion are to decrease the amount of elastically effective material. Study of proton relaxation times at 150°C sho…

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