Thermal_Transitions

Thermal_Transitions - Polymer Properties A Guide to Polymer...

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Polymer Properties * Highest reported value is provided. A Guide to Polymer Thermal Properties { NOTE: Parenthesis/Brackets Omitted for Space } Polymer Structure Tg (°C) * Tm (°C) * Notes Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer 88 – 120 NA Poly(acetal) 181 Poly(acrylonitrile) C C C N H H H 96 317 Polyamide: Nylon 6 55 1 220 1 Est Polyamide: Nylon 6,6 55 265 Polyamide: Nylon 6,10 55 220 Polyamide: Nylon 6,12 55 219 Polyamide: Nylon 11 55 210 Polyamide: Kevlar >350 CH 2 CH CN CH 2 C C H H CH 2 CH 2 CH CH 2 O NH(CH 2 ) 5 C O NH(CH 2 ) 6 NHC(CH 2 ) 8 C O O NH(CH 2 ) 6 NHC(CH 2 ) 10 C O O NH(CH 2 ) 10 C O N H N H C O C O NH(CH 2 ) 6 NHC(CH 2 ) 4 C O O
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Polymer Properties * Highest reported value is provided. Poly(n-butyl methacrylate) R 1 R 2 CH 3 O O CH 3 33 Poly(bisphenolA-ether-arylene sulfone) CH 3 CH 3 O S O O A A 230 Poly(arylonitrile) 95 135 Poly(Cellulose acetate) 230 Poly(cellulose butyrate) 140 Chlorinated poly(ethylene) 125 Poly(chlorotrifluoroethylene) 150 215 Poly(tetrafluoroethylene)
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