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As a result, the researchers succeeded in discovering a target polymer with the highest glass transition temperature with an extremely small number of trials, namely, 4.6 times of trials on the average (Figure 2).
EP46HT-2Med is a USP Class IV approved, heat resistant epoxy adhesive with a glass transition temperature in excess of 220[degrees]C.
The aging rate measured by Struik for polycarbonate increases at temperatures near the beta transition and decrease as the temperature approaches the glass transition temperature. Therefore, the aging rate will start to decrease at temperatures near and above the glass transition temperature [1, 2].
From Figure 4, it can be known that before the glass transition temperature, pure epoxy resin matrix mainly shows the elasticity of the material; thus, the loss modulus is small and changes a little.
It is known that the glass transition temperature ([T.sub.g]) is affected by the alteration of the glass structure, and the structure of the thermally stable glasses is close-packed structure.
If all of the material is heated to the glass transition temperature, no folding will occur.
Drivers should therefore consider switching to winter tyres when temperatures drop below 7*C as their glass transition temperature is much lower (between -21* to -26*C) as winter tyres are made from a different rubber/silica compound and retain their flexibility and performance .
It has a high glass transition temperature and provides good blocking resistance.
* High glass transition temperature of approximately 280[degrees]C.
The instrument can be used for measuring the thermal properties and thermal transitions of coatings or components, such as heat capacity, glass transition temperature ([T.sub.g]), crystallization temperature, melting point ([T.sub.m]) heat of fusion, and heat of reaction.
To achieve a large solute-polymer diffusion coefficient, the polymer should be amorphous and have a very low glass transition temperature (Crank and Park, 1968).