EOC1

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EOC1Extractable, Organically-Bound Chlorine
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It is noted that the influence of electron beam irradiation on the mechanical properties of EOC2 is more prominent as compared with EOC1. For 70:30 EOC2:PDMS blends (EP7), the tensile strength is dramatically increased from 10.1 MPa to 13.9 MPa at 50 kGy dose of radiation (37.6% percentage increase in the tensile strength).
The addition of PDMS rubber (30%) to the virgin EOC1 causes the reduction in the crystallite size and degree of crystallinity of EOC from 5.1 to 3.8 and 35.1 to 19.8, respectively.
On the other hand, for the virgin EOC2, the reduction in the overall crystallinity is small as compared with EOC1 upon irradiation.
Figure 7 depicts the dielectric constant ([epsilon]') and dielectric loss ([epsilon]") of irradiated and non-irradiated 70:30 EOC1 PDMS and 70:30 EOC2 PDMS blends.
Elastic modulus (G') at 120[degrees]C versus frequency for (a) EOC1 (b) EOC2 before and after electron beam irradiation and (c) comparison of Elastic modulus (C) of two EOCs irradiated at a radiation dose of 100 kGy.
(a) Comparison of gel content of two EOCs irradiated at different radiation doses; (b) gel content of neat EOC1, PDMS, and EOC1 :PDMS blends irradiated at different radiation doses; (c) gel content of neat EOC2, PDMS, and EOC2:PDMS blends irradiated at different radiation doses.