volume 33, issue 23, P1548-1558 1993
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760332306
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Abstract: Abstract The mechanism of skin/core morphology development and LCP (liquid crystalline polymer) fibril formation in polycarbonate/LCP blends was studied. A certain minimum concentration of the LCP phase must be present for the formation of continuous LCP fibrils in the extrudates. A skin‐core morphology characterizes the PC/LCP extrudates. Short LCP fibrils are formed in the capillary converging entrance section, through the elongation of LCP domains and their coalescence. Continuous fibrils were formed in th…

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