EPR2Electronic Product Recovery and Recycling (National Safety Council Environmental Health Center Study of recycling and reuse of end-of-life electronics)
EPR2Expert Panel Report 2 (National Asthma Education and Prevention Program; asthma care guidelines)
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Since [delta][T.sub.g], was not dependent on the total rubber content of EPR1, EPR2, or EPR3, this suggests that the solubility of these rubbers in an amorphous phase between PP lamellae reached saturation at a content of 10 wt%.
Regarding the PP2 base having an ethylene-propylene copolymer portion (the highest propylene content 69 wt%), neither blending with EPR1 or EPR2 nor varying the total rubber content (Fig.
Note for the EPR1 and EPR2 blends, however, that the elongation to break even at a total rubber content of 50 wt% was only 100%.
[delta][T.sub.g].: larger [greater than] EPR3:[much greater than] EPR2 [greater than] EPR1 [greater than] smaller (2)