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|Title:||Studies on the incorporation of trans-Polyoctenylene in polystyrene and PVC blends||Authors:||Lau, Wayne W.Y.
|Issue Date:||1990||Citation:||Lau, Wayne W.Y.,Swee-Hin, Teoh,Suat-Hong, Goh (1990). Studies on the incorporation of trans-Polyoctenylene in polystyrene and PVC blends. British Polymer Journal 22 (2) : 161-165. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Trans-Polyoctenylene rubber, TOR, has been melt blended with PVC and with polystyrene, PS, in various proportions. PVC/TOR and PS/TOR blends were rigid, lending support to the claim that TOR improves dimensional stability of polymer and rubber blends. A processability study of PVC/TOR blends using a Brabender Plasti-corder showed that TOR is a suitable processing aid for PVC.||Source Title:||British Polymer Journal||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/51728||ISSN:||00071641|
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