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Thermal oxydation during extrusion of polyolefins

Abstract : The thermal oxidation during extrusion of polyethylene was studied under inert gas (nitrogen and CO2) and compared with extrusion under air atmosphere. A strong reduction of degradation rate was found by optical observation and by infrared analyses. A mechanism for the change of color is proposed.
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Claire Dubrocq, Bernard Monasse, Marc Milesi, Géraldine Rames-Langlade. Thermal oxydation during extrusion of polyolefins. 22nd Annual Meeting of the Polymer Processing Society (PPS-22), Jul 2006, Yamagata, Japan. 2 p. ⟨hal-00851356⟩



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