Authors Boldt, R. ; Gohs, U. ; Stamm, M. ; Heinrich, G.
Title Process induced morphology of irradiated HD-PE
Date 14.06.2016
Number 50543
Abstract The preparation of cross-linked polyethylene with high energy electrons is a well-known and used method to change material properties [1-6]. A new developed technique called “Electron induced reactive processing” simultaneously combines polymer modification with high energy electrons and melt mixing processes [7-13]. In the case of polyethylene, this novel technique leads to exceptional mechanical properties. Definitely, these properties depend on the molecular architecture as well as the morphological characteristics of polyethylene after the electron treatment.<br />In this work we concentrate on the morphological changes of high density polyethylene generated by using state of the art high energy electron treatment in the solid state compared with high density polyethylene modified with the electron induced reactive processing.© 2016 AIP Publishing LLC
Publisher AIP Conference Proceedings
Citation AIP Conference Proceedings 1713 (2016) ArticleID: 070002
Tags electron densities of states electrons molecular electronic properties electron radiation effects fluid mixing

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