Advances in Polyolefins: The World’s Most Widely Used by Raymond B. Seymour, Tai Cheng (auth.), Raymond B. Seymour,

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CFrom References 14 and 33. dMolar refraction, Lorentz-Lorenz. eMagnetic susceptibility. length n-alkane; and (3) the expressions (Equations 1-6) found useful for n-alkaues and other homologs are useful also for polymer homologous pendant groups. Wunderlich32 referred to publications on seJeral series of homologous polymers: n-alkyl acrylates and methacrylates, n-alkyl styrenes, fluoroalkyl acrylates, vinyl esters, and N-n-alkyl acrylamides; the poly(1-alkenes) were not included. The first publication listed by Wunderlich32 appeared in 1944; the authors correlated brittle points and parallel plate plasticities of the polymeric n-alkyl acrylates and methacrylates with the number of carbons in the n-alkyl groups.

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EEquation 22. fEquation 23. gThe C2 and C3 densities are from Reference 37, the others from Equation 24. 47556C (28) The polyolefin refractivities calculated by Equation 28 are shown in Table IX. 616. Equation 29 was divided by the molar volume Equation 18 to get Equation 30, where Q is RLL/V. Equation 31 was used to calculate (nu)2, which is also the dielectric constant (c). 475. 28232C (30) n2(1 - Q) = 1 + 2Q (31) Equation 32, developed with Reference 37 data, gives refractivities higher than the amorphous and lower than the crystalline refractivities (Table IX).

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