WAXD

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WAXDWide-Angle X-Ray Diffraction
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Decomposition temperature ([degrees]C) Polymer [T.sub.10] [T.sub.50] Major weight Residual weight loss loss at transition 700[degrees]C ([degrees]C) (%) PU1 233 357 248-454 49 PU2 224 360 240-437 47 PU3 213 290 238-409 28 PU4 175 305 236-398 30 Polymer On set temp ([degrees]C) PU1 230 PU2 229 PU3 226 PU4 196 Wide-Angle X-Ray Diffraction Data.
Wide-angle X-ray diffraction was used to observe the crystallinity and molecular orientation of the PCL strands.
The wide-angle X-ray diffraction (WAXD) properties of PA6, the three series of PVA, and [PA6.sub.x][PVA.sub.y] specimens were determined using a Siemens D5000D diffractometer equipped with Ni-filtered CuK[alpha] radiation operated at 35 kV and 25 mA.
The wide-angle X-ray diffraction diagrams were taken at the central parts of the test pieces from three directions (Fig.
To evaluate the orientation of the PP crystal region, wide-angle X-ray diffraction patterns were obtained from THRU.
Biaxial orientation in the stretched films was characterized by wide-angle X-ray diffraction and birefringence measurements.
Development of biaxial orientation of the films was characterized by wide-angle X-ray diffraction and birefringence measurements.
Wide-angle X-ray diffraction (WAXD) data of the asspun fibers was adopted using a Mac Science MXP3 diffractometer in a symmetiical transmission mode.
The study applied wide-angle X-ray diffraction to qualitatively analyze crystalline structures in as-spun fibers.
The results obtained by using SEM and wide-angle X-ray diffraction revealed that the formation of well-oriented fibrils of the TLCP phase produced with the high draw ratio plays an important role in the great enhancement of tensile strength/modulus of the blends.