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Beyond 250 % strain a linear increase of stress with strain is observed in the strain- Rheo-Optical Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy 31 hardening region. In Fig. 20 the dichroic ratios of the 998 cm -1 a~d 973 cm -1 absorption bands (determined from the integrated absorbances) have been plotted as functions of strain. In both profiles large n-dichroism effects are observed in the region from 50 % to about 150 % strain. These changes which are indicative of a preferential parallel alignment of the polymer helix axes both in the amorphous and crystalline regions with reference to the direction of stretch correspond to the propagation of the neck past the sampling area in the spectrometer.
Apart from a small permanent deformation (about 3 ~o) the induced strains are recoverable as shown by the unloading curve (trace 2) of Fig. 23. 24~ostrain intervals during the loading-unloading-loading procedure are shown in Fig. 24. They clearly reflect the significant intensity changes of the absorption bands associated with vibrations of the aliphatic segments 81,82,158,161-163) as a function of strain. A more informative representation of the reversible transition is obtained by plotting the intensity of absorption bands which are characteristic of the stressed and relaxed segments, respectively, as a function of strain.
947 g cm-3. In combination with DSC data a crystallinity of about 62 ~o was determined. The determination of crystal axes orientation in blown polyethylene films by wide-angle X-ray diffraction measurements has been extensively discussed by several authors 11o-116). Here, small- and wide-angle X-ray measurements n7~ and IR polarization spectra of the untilted and tilted original specimens provided an approximate picture of the initial morphology and orientation of the crystallographic axes in the polyethylene film under examination.
Analysis, Networks, Peptides by K. Bode, I. Kuriyama, J.E. Mark, F. Maser, M. Mutter, Y. Nakose, A. Odajima, V.N.R. Pillai, J.P. Queslel, H.W. Siesler