EVALUATION OF MAIN-CHAIN CROSSLINKING AND SCISSION IN AROMATIC POLYSULFONES.

Lewis D.A. and O'Donnell J.H. (1985). EVALUATION OF MAIN-CHAIN CROSSLINKING AND SCISSION IN AROMATIC POLYSULFONES.. In: Polymer 85: An International Symposium on Characterization and Analysis of Polymers - Preprints., , (255-257). .

Author Lewis D.A.
O'Donnell J.H.
Title of paper EVALUATION OF MAIN-CHAIN CROSSLINKING AND SCISSION IN AROMATIC POLYSULFONES.
Conference name Polymer 85: An International Symposium on Characterization and Analysis of Polymers - Preprints.
Publisher Royal Australian Chemical Inst, Polymer Div
Publication Year 1985
Sub-type Fully published paper
Open Access Status Not yet assessed
ISBN 0909589437
Start page 255
End page 257
Total pages 3
Language eng
Abstract/Summary The rates of crosslinking and scission during degradation of polymers can be determined from the decrease in the fraction of soluble polymer beyond the gel point, where some of the polymer forms a macro network. The authors have developed an experimental technique for measuring the soluble fraction of irradiated polymers using gel permeation chromatography (GPC), which requires only small amounts of polymer (ca 50 mg), is simple and rapid, and gives excellent reproducibility. This technique has been applied to a variety of aromatic polysulfones with different x units and to copolymers with varying proportions of two different x units from I, II, III and IV. The objective has been to evaluate the variation in radiation resistance with molecular structure.
Subjects 2200 Engineering
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

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