Crystallization of isotactic polypropylene: the effect of fiber surface

Different quantitative approaches enabling the determination of the basic parameters of polymer crystallization were applied to characterize the isothermal and non-isothermal crystallization of homo- and MAH-modified PP in the presence of glass and carbon fibers. Depending on the type of surface tre...

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Main Authors: GORDANA BOGOEVA-GACEVA, ANITA GROZDANOV
Format: Article
Language:English
Published: Serbian Chemical Society 2006-05-01
Series:Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society
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Online Access:http://www.shd.org.yu/HtDocs/SHD/Vol71/No5/JSCS_V71_No5-05.pdf
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spelling doaj-9f286d8444704b57928972a794ac5f322020-11-24T22:56:02ZengSerbian Chemical Society Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society0352-51392006-05-01715483499Crystallization of isotactic polypropylene: the effect of fiber surfaceGORDANA BOGOEVA-GACEVAANITA GROZDANOVDifferent quantitative approaches enabling the determination of the basic parameters of polymer crystallization were applied to characterize the isothermal and non-isothermal crystallization of homo- and MAH-modified PP in the presence of glass and carbon fibers. Depending on the type of surface treatment and the surface morphology, the fibers were shown to exhibit different nucleation effects, which further influenced the course of the crystallization process. The results obtained by DSC and POM were evaluated using the induction time approach, interfacial energy parameters method, as well as the method for determination of the work of heterogeneous and homogeneous nucleation in polymer systems with additives.http://www.shd.org.yu/HtDocs/SHD/Vol71/No5/JSCS_V71_No5-05.pdfpolypropylenecrystallizationkineticsnucleations effectsglass fiberscarbon fibersmodel composites
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author GORDANA BOGOEVA-GACEVA
ANITA GROZDANOV
spellingShingle GORDANA BOGOEVA-GACEVA
ANITA GROZDANOV
Crystallization of isotactic polypropylene: the effect of fiber surface
Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society
polypropylene
crystallization
kinetics
nucleations effects
glass fibers
carbon fibers
model composites
author_facet GORDANA BOGOEVA-GACEVA
ANITA GROZDANOV
author_sort GORDANA BOGOEVA-GACEVA
title Crystallization of isotactic polypropylene: the effect of fiber surface
title_short Crystallization of isotactic polypropylene: the effect of fiber surface
title_full Crystallization of isotactic polypropylene: the effect of fiber surface
title_fullStr Crystallization of isotactic polypropylene: the effect of fiber surface
title_full_unstemmed Crystallization of isotactic polypropylene: the effect of fiber surface
title_sort crystallization of isotactic polypropylene: the effect of fiber surface
publisher Serbian Chemical Society
series Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society
issn 0352-5139
publishDate 2006-05-01
description Different quantitative approaches enabling the determination of the basic parameters of polymer crystallization were applied to characterize the isothermal and non-isothermal crystallization of homo- and MAH-modified PP in the presence of glass and carbon fibers. Depending on the type of surface treatment and the surface morphology, the fibers were shown to exhibit different nucleation effects, which further influenced the course of the crystallization process. The results obtained by DSC and POM were evaluated using the induction time approach, interfacial energy parameters method, as well as the method for determination of the work of heterogeneous and homogeneous nucleation in polymer systems with additives.
topic polypropylene
crystallization
kinetics
nucleations effects
glass fibers
carbon fibers
model composites
url http://www.shd.org.yu/HtDocs/SHD/Vol71/No5/JSCS_V71_No5-05.pdf
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