On the Orientation-Induced Crystallization of Polymers
AbstractIn order to understand orientation-induced crystallization of polymers, we introduced an intermolecular interaction between polymer chains based on quantum mechanics. We therefore considered a pair of perfectly extended chains where the intermolecular interaction is assumed to be based on the hydrogen interaction with a single chain. When two protons of each extended chain become closer together under tension, the attractive force between the extended chains is caused by the interaction between hydrogen atoms surrounding the main chains based on the hydrogen molecule ion H
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Nitta, K.-H. On the Orientation-Induced Crystallization of Polymers. Polymers 2016, 8, 229.
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Nitta, Koh-hei. 2016. "On the Orientation-Induced Crystallization of Polymers." Polymers 8, no. 6: 229.
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