volume 33, issue 12, P742-747 1993
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760331204
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Abstract: An experimental study of the effect of surface roughness and crystallinity on the light scattering of polyethylene tubular blown films is reported. Several films were prepared by varying the raw polyethylenes and the extrusion temperature. Other processing variables were maintained constant. We have made a statistical analysis of data and we have obtained multiple regressions between light scattering for a given wavelength of incident light and a given film thickness (30 pm, 50 pm, and 70 pm) and the independ…

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