Compounding polymer and fillers, while maintaining opatical transparency
What is it about?
Often it is necessary to improve a mechanical property of a transparent polymer. When this is the case, it is crucial to ensure that the filler selected will allow for a transparent final product. This work investigated what is required to maintain that transparency in a compounded product.
Why is it important?
This work is important because it gives a way to determine the transparency results of a compound based on inexpensive, small-scale laboratory tests.
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