Structure and optical investigation of the effect of laser radiation in stabilized poly (vinyl chloride)Nouh, S.A. ; Radwan, M.M. ; Abdel-Naby, A.S. ; Agami, W.R. ; Morsy, M.
AbstractStructure and optical property studies using IR & UV spectroscopy, refractive index measurement and X-ray diffraction were performed on poly (vinyl chloride), PVC, stabilized by para-ethyl carboxy N-phenyl maleimide (PEC-NPMI) additive. The effect of addition of the stabilizer PEC-NPMI, with different concentrations, was studied. The results indicate that the addition of PEC-NPMI with 0.01 g/1 g PVC enhances the Isotropic nature of the PVC polymer. Furthermore the effect of laser radiation on the optical properties of the 0.01 g PEC-NPMI/1 g PVC polymer was studied. The study shows that the PVC stabilized with 0.01 g PEC-NPMT/1 g PVC and irradiated with 4.27 J/cm 2 infrared laser radiation is most suitable for applications requiring PVC of high absorbance value in the IR and UV regions.
|Issue Date||2002||Journal||Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids||URI||http://research.asu.edu.eg/123456789/667||DOI||3
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