volume 32, issue 19, P1426-1432 1992
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760321905
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Abstract: Abstract The development of surface texture in biaxially deformed polypropylene is examined. Two polypropylenes formed into bottles under similar conditions by the injection stretch‐blow molding process exhibit different levels of clarity. Vertical cracks of light scattering dimensions are found by optical microscopy to be the source of haze. Rheological measurements indicate the resin that develops surface cracking has a much higher extensional viscosity and exhibits a significant increase above the linear c…

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