volume 32, issue 12, P804-809 1992
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760321207
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Abstract: An octene-modified linear low density polyethylene has been used to examine the mechanisms involved during thermal annealing. Annealing temperatures ranged from 60 to 100°C. Annealing results in crystallinity increments and these respond to two concurrent effects. One involves the segregation from crystalline regions of low molecular weight moieties in the polymer's molecular weight distribution: the other is lamellar thickening, leading to the formation of more highly perfected crystalline domains. In the pr…

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