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Published: 01 December 2003
Fig. 25 Differential scanning calorimetry thermogram More
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Fig. 27 Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) of polyethylene/polypropylene blend 10 mcal/s range; 20 °C/min (36 °F/min). PE, polyethylene; PP, polypropylene. Source: Ref 29 More
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Fig. 5 Differential scanning calorimetry thermogram More
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Fig. 6 Differential scanning calorimetry thermogram of polyethylene/polypropylene blend, 10 mcal/s range, 20 °C/min (36 °F/min) heating rate. PE, polyethylene; PP, polypropylene. Source: Ref 56 More
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Fig. 7 Differential scanning calorimetry determination of the effect of a plasticizer on T m of nylon 11. Range, 0.0024 W (10 mcal/s); heating rate, 20 °C/min (36 °F/min); weight, 6.8 mg (0.105 gr), both samples. Source: Ref 51 More
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Fig. 8 Differential scanning calorimetry determination of polyethylene in impact polycarbonate. Range, 0.00048 W (2 mcal/s); heating rate, 20 °C/min (36 °F/min); weight, 23 mg (0.355 gr). Source: Ref 51 More
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Fig. 10 Differential scanning calorimetry thermogram of Fiberite 934 epoxy, 4.89 mg (0.075 gr), 10 °C/min (18 °F/min) heating rate More
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Fig. 2 Annealing time effects on differential scanning calorimetry traces of epoxy 828-0-0. Annealed at 23 °C (73 °F). H , convective heat-transfer coefficient. Source: Ref 39 More
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Fig. 15 Schematic differential scanning calorimetry thermogram More
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Fig. 18 Differential scanning calorimetry of nylon gears. MW, molecular weight; T g , glass transition temperature; T m , melt temperature More
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Fig. 19 Differential scanning calorimetry determination of the effect of a plasticizer on melting temperature ( T m ) of nylon 11. Range, 0.0024 W (10 mcal/s); heating rate, 20 °C/min (36 °F/min); weight, 6.8 mg (0.105 gr), both samples. Source: Ref 19 More
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Published: 01 December 2003
Fig. 20 Differential scanning calorimetry determination of polyethylene in impact polycarbonate. Range, 0.00048 W (2 mcal/s); heating rate, 20 °C/min (36 °F/min); weight, 23 mg (0.355 gr). T m , melting temperature; T g , glass transition temperature. Source: Ref 19 More
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Published: 01 December 2003
Fig. 5 Differential scanning calorimetry thermogram showing various transitions associated with polymeric materials. The (I) indicates that the numerical temperature was determined as the inflection point on the curve. More
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Fig. 6 Differential scanning calorimetry used to identify polymeric materials by determination of their melting point More
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Fig. 7 Differential scanning calorimetry used to detect glass transitions within amorphous thermoplastic resins. The (I) indicates that the numerical temperature was determined as the inflection point on the curve. More
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Fig. 19 The differential scanning calorimetry thermogram representing the reference clip material, exhibiting an endothermic transition characteristic of the melting of a nylon 6/6 resin. The results also showed a second melting transition attributed to a hydrocarbon-based impact modifier. More
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Fig. 20 The differential scanning calorimetry thermogram representing a molding resin pellet that had produced brittle parts. The thermogram shows a major melting transition associated with nylon 6/12 and a weaker transition attributed to polypropylene. More
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Fig. 21 The differential scanning calorimetry thermogram representing a second molding resin pellet that had produced brittle parts. The thermogram shows a major melting transition associated with nylon 6/12 and a weaker transition attributed to nylon 6/6. More
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Fig. 25 The differential scanning calorimetry thermogram obtained on the failed cover material. The thermogram shows an endothermic transition associated with polybutylene terephthalate. The (I) indicates that the numerical temperature was determined as the inflection point on the curve. More
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Published: 01 December 2003
Fig. 27 The initial heating differential scanning calorimetry thermogram, exhibiting a melting transition consistent with a PET resin. A low-temperature crystallization exothermic transition was also apparent. The (I) indicates that the numerical temperature was determined as the inflection More