Studies of the effect of addition of a polyborophosphate filler on the structure of a polyethylene-based composition by the method of total internal reflection in infrared
The method of computer-aided total internal reflection in infrared has been applied in the studies of interfacial interactions between polymer and filler, on the example of ternary blend composed of polyethylene, butadiene-styrene copolymer (B/S) and polyborophosphate filler (BPN). The method of differential spectra has been used. These spectra reveal many details hardly visible in normal spectra. The results of these studies confirmed interactions between BPN filler and B/S copolymer leading to the formation of a stable polymeric structure on the filler surface. Thermomechanical factors acting during the preparation of such compositions result also in interactions between their polymeric components, i.e. between polyethylene and B/S copolymer.
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