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Processing and Properties of Liquid Crystalline Polymers and LCP Based Blends

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Processing and Properties of Liquid Crystalline Polymers and LCP Based Blends
Author: Prof. D. Acierno, Prof. F. P. La Mantia
ISBN 1-895198-04-6

Published: 1993
University of Salerno and University of Palermo, Italy

230 pages, 11 tables, 152 figures

Price: $99.00 + S&H
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Liquid crystalline polymers receive a great deal of attention for their impact on polymer structure and morphology understanding and their practical applications.
Practical benefits of LPCs use are numerous:

A small addition (5%) reduces blend viscosity they are excellent processing aids LCPs can be blended with common thermoplasts using the existing process technology in situ composites produced in simple process small additions act as a reinforcing phase ultra-high moduli, characteristic for high performance materials, are due to a high degree of crystallinity and molecular orientation materials of high mechanical stiffness result LCP particles elongate into fibrils, oriented in machine direction LCPs lower polymer melting temperature that allows to process polymers whose high processing temperature represents severe restriction.
The above mentioned and other important phenomena are discussed and illustrated by numerous examples in this book.

  • Structure and rheology of Aramid solutions: relation to the Aramid fiber modulus. S. J. Picken, M. G. Northold, and S. van der Zwaag
  • Mechanical/thermal pretreatment of LCP melts and its influence on the rheological behavior of these polymers. K. Geiger
  • Synthesis, processing, and properties of semirigid, thermotropic LC copolymers. U. Pedretti, A. Roggero, V. Citta, E. Montani, F. P. La Mantia, and P. L. Magagnini
  • The rheology of LCP blends. M. Hawksworth, J. B. Hull, and A. A. Collyer
  • Multicomponent blends based of LCP. V. Kulichikhin, A. Bilibin, M. Zabugina, A. Semakov, and R. Zakharyan
  • Melt rheology and morphology of in situ composites. M. Kozlowski
  • Thermotropic polymer composites. E. Suokas, P. Jarvela, and P. Tormala
  • Characterization of blends of poly(phenylene sulfide) with LC copolyesteramide. L. I. Minkova, S. De Petris, M. Paci, M. Pracella, and P. L. Magagnini
  • Blends of polycarbonate with LCP. A. Valenza, V. Citta, U. Pedretti, F. P. La Mantia, M. Paci, and P. L. Magagnini
  • Blends based on engineering polymers: the effect of the inclusion of thermotropic LCPs on the physical properties of the matrix. M. R. Nobile, L. Incarnato, G. Marino, and D. Acierno
  • Formation and stability of LCP fibers in a thermoplastic elastomeric matrix. H. Verhoogt, C. R. J. Willems, H. C. Langelaan, J. van Dam, and A. Posthuma de Boer



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