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LDPE

(organic chemistry)
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Caption: Figure 1: IR spectrum of LDPE and PE-BIO films exposed to C[O.sub.2] laser radiation.
The chemical structure of W-EPDM/ LDPE composites was evaluated for comparisons between FTIR spectra of W-EPDM/LDPE composite and MW- and ultrasonic-treated W-EPDM/LDPE composites.
"On a national level, the country and its people can be proud that with LDPE 3, we continue to reinforce Qatar's position as not only a regional industrial power, but also a global one.
Qapco has at present two LDPE production lines which together produce about 400,000 tonnes per annum.
The support media selected for the study were as follows: PET (bottles of carbonated and non-carbonated beverages for human consumption), HDPE (bottles of disinfectants) and LDPE (plastic bags for ripening bananas discarded).
APMP countered that further extraction for LDPE under AHTN 3901 will further complicate the already complicated multiple tariff lines for the many types of PE resins with specific gravities less than 0.94.
(ii) Controlled degradation of oxo-degradable LDPE films in a Xenon arc chamber
Figure 2 shows the X-ray diffraction spectra for the LDPE clay nanocomposites.
Technology company Celanese Corporation (NYSE:CE) reported on Tuesday a rise in the list and off-list selling prices for LDPE polymers with effect from 1 March 2017, as contracts allow.
In the article titled "Investigating the Degradability of HDPE, LDPE, PE-BIO, and PE-OXO Films under UV-B Radiation" [1], there were errors in the key of Figure 3, the legends of Figures 2, 3, 4, and 5, which are corrected below.
Low-density polyethylene (LDPE) is characterized by a good combination of strength, flexibility, impact resistance, and melt flow behavior [1].
Asia-Pacific single-handedly processed about 7.1 million tonnes of LDPE in 2013.