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Consequently,there is an unequaldistribution of each. 34 kJ/mol. Calculate the ratio of the number of trans and 9auche states along a chain at 100, 200 and 300°K. 341dmo1-1, ~,e From Eq. 524 At low temperatures, trans states are thus preponderant. Since the backbone of polyethylene molecule is composed of a chain of tetrahedral carbon atoms, the molecule in all-trans conformation has a linear zigzag structure (like corrugated sheets) shown in (I). ) (I) Linear polyethylene is thus capable of close-packing into tight unit cell and is highly crystalline, despite its low cohesive energy, and the alltrans zigzag form is the shape of the molecule in crystalline regions of polyethylene.
An example of this is best furnished by ebonite, which is a rigid plastic madeby vulcanizing natural rubber with large quantities of sulfur. Stress-Strain Behavior The distinction between plastics, fibers, and elastomers is most easily made in terms of the characteristics of tensile stress-strain curves of representative samples. The diagrams shownin Fig. 13 are most typical of those obtained in tension for a constant rate of loading. The parameters of each diagram are nominal stress (force on the specimen divided by the original crosssectional area), the corresponding nominal strain (increase in length divided by original length), and the modulus(slope of the stress-strain curve).
14 Chap~e~ 1 A second termination following equation : H R-C-O-(CHo-C)~’,, . 7) In chain polymerization initiated by free radicals, as in the previous example, the reactive center, located at the growing end of the molecule, is a free radical. As mentioned previously, chain polymerizations may also be initiated by ionic systems. , a carbonium ion (in cationic initiation) or a carbanion (in anionic initiation). Regardless of the chain initiation mechanism-free radical, cationic, or anionic-once a reactive center is produced it adds many more molecules in a chain reaction and grows quite large extremely rapidly, usually within a few seconds or less.