semicrystalline


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semicrystalline

[¦sem·i′krist·əl·ən]
(petrology)
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Both amorphous and semicrystalline polymers used in this document have a Mooney viscosity of 70, and an ethylidene norbornene (ENB) content of 5%.
For this reason, those polymers are commonly referred to as semicrystalline.
The colorants are soluble in organic solvents and are highly suitable for coloring amorphous and semicrystalline plastics such as PS, PET, PC, ABS and PMMA.
PTT semicrystalline polyester is closely related to the more common thermoplastic polyesters, PET and PBT, by typically less expensive.
Because of its semicrystalline structure, SPS is inherently more dimensionally stable and warpage-free than alternative materials, thus requiring less reinforcement.
QUESTRA 2730 polymer is a semicrystalline polymer that is 30% glass-filled, impact modified, and manufactured to meet medical grade specifications.
The use of additives to control the crystallization of semicrystalline polymers is commonly practiced in industry.
2) The amorphous and semicrystalline materials and their impact on the design of the mold
Semicrystalline thermoplastics generally, with some exceptions, have an inferior thermoformability compared with amorphous thermoplastics.
The type of PET that we will be discussing in Part 2 of this article is semicrystalline and almost always contains high levels of glass fibers and/or mineral fillers.
There is a growing consensus that Lc is a key parameter for determining impact toughness in semicrystalline polymers (ref.