PE40

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PE40Pseudomonas Exotoxin 40
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Waste pieces from PE40 foam were cut into chips of nonregular shape of approximately 5 mm in size.
The cell size for precursor material (PE40 foam) is around 265 [micro]m.
Results for precursor materials, that is skin and PE40, are also presented.
First Second Third segment Segment segment Sample [X.sub.c] [T.sub.m] [X.sub.c] [T.sub.c] [X.sub.c] (%) ([segrees] (%) (%) ([segrees] C) C) 100-F 43.45 108.54 37.48 94.25 41.37 PE20 42.96 107.71 36.38 91.48 39.02 50-F 40.98 109.03 35.31 94.61 39.54 PEI5 41.67 107.74 36.04 91.98 37.60 100-S 41.02 108.5 35.85 92.27 39.83 PE10 41.70 109.20 37.19 91.98 40.66 PE40 41.53 109.35 34.39 94.96 36.53 Skin 36.41 107.5 32.52 153.37 34.99 Sample [T.sub.m] ([segrees] C) 100-F 109.88 PE20 108.88 50-F 109.03 PEI5 108.65 100-S 109.72 PE10 110.86 PE40 109.85 Skin 106.27 [T.sub.m], melting temperature, [X.sub.c], cryslallinty, [T.sub.c] slallilation temperature.
This indicates that the values of SE for PE0 and PE10 samples are quite acceptable for electromagnetic wave shielding application, whereas the values of SE for higher loading of the blend, i.e., PE20, PE30, and PE40 samples, are quite acceptable for antistatic charge dissipation application.
It is interesting to mention that the value of [tau] for PE20, PE30, and PE40 sample is less than 10 s.
9, we can also find that the PE40 sample almost has low EMI for its poor conductibility.