volume 32, issue 24, P1876-1885 1992
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760322411
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Abstract: Thermal, rheological, morphological, and mechanical properties of a thermctropic liquid crystalline polymer, TLCP (copolyester Vectra A-950 from Hoechst), blended with a polycarbonate (PC), a polyethylene glycol terephthalate (PETG), and a blend of PC and PETG (20/80) are presented and discussed. Important supercooling effects are observed for the TLCP. For the blends the glass transition temperature of the matrix is shown to decrease slightly, suggesting partial miscibility of the components. A finer disper…

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