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The maximum extent of disruption according to Fig. 15 is reached at the lowest stress level beyond the yield point at about 150 % strain (Fig. 13 b). Further elongation finally leads to a reincrease of both stress and proportion of orthorhombic crystal phase. The aforementioned structural changes occurring during uniaxial elongation at 300 K are additionally superimposed by a crystal phase transformation. 1- a-b 4o 760 a wavenumbers a b z6o wavenumbers Fig. 16a and b. W. Siesler T 'd I 680 700 1 :5 o E t 720 740 wovenumbers 10o_ I Fig.
To correlate the macroscopic properties and the structural changes occurring during deformation the orientation functions evaluated from Eqs. (20a--c) have been plotted in dependence of strain in Fig. 14. Onogi and Asada ~) have discussed in detail the expected changes of infrared dichroism and orientation functions due to the different molecular processes of lamellar orientation and chain unfolding. W. 5. 1. a 7507O0 7507OO wavenumbers 25t 201 ~ 300K N b 100 200 300 strain (%) 460 Fig. 131. 4- Fig.
From the orientation and dichroic functions of the 1126 cm -1 and 1662 cm -1 bands, respectively, an average inclination angle of approximately 35 ° was calculated for the polymer chains of the crystal phase and the direction of stretch whereas a value of about 44° was determined for the chain alignment of the amorphous polymer in the 530 % drawn sample. W. Siesler 10 to ,,........... " e (s) 2 100 200 300 400 50-O-strain (%) TOO Fig. 41. 0 • •eeeu. . . . 6 ~ ~, N AA• • • AA~ • • ]lA~Aal • ...