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M. Nowakowska, J. Borecki, A. Maj

Electroconductive polyethylene

1989, No 12, 524

DOI: dx.doi.org/10.14314/polimery.1989.524

The scope of the investigations has been a physical modification of low den sity polyethylene to obtain an electroconduktive polimer with good processing and strength properties. As modifier a copolymer of ethylene and winyl acetate has been used. It Has been found that an increase in the modifier concentration results in some increase of the resistivity of the blend. The adhesion to metal also increases, but the transfer (contact) resistance markedly decreases. Changes in ten sile strength and relative elongation at break are small. A correlation between the relative contact resistivity and adhesion of the blend to a metallic foil has been established.

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