volume 33, issue 17, P1141-1145 1993
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760331707
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Abstract: Abstract Dynamic mechanical and tensile properties were investigated for blends of poly(styrene‐co‐acrylonitrile) and bisphenol‐A polycarbonate prepared by the solution process. It is apparent from the dynamic mechanical properties that the as‐blended sample has a phase separated structure and the structure changes further with heat treatment. The phase structures of as‐blended and heat‐treated samples were estimated using the theories of Kerner and Davies for the modulus of two‐phase materials and the dynamic…

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