A Candidate of New Insensitive High Explosive by Jin Rai Cho et al.

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For example, without bimodal polyethylene and control over the MWD and comonomer incorporation, development of HDPE pipe materials with higher pressure classification would not have been possible [15, 16]. Another new opportunity is material reduction (source reduction) without compromising the properties of the ready-made plastic products. g. in film application a thickness reduction of 10–30% is possible. 3 Catalyst Technologies for Polyethylene Today, polyethylenes are commercially produced using free-radical initiators, Ziegler-Natta catalysts, chromium oxide (Phillips type) catalysts, and more recently metallocene or single-site catalysts.

70 7 1 Introduction The modern polyethylene morphology era started in 1957 with the discovery of chain folding. In the following 50 years there were great discoveries, triggered by the development of new experimental techniques applied to welldefined polyethylene samples. Debate and disagreement have also occurred, sometimes induced by a lack of adequate experiments and insufficiently defined samples, but which have led to new strategies and findings and sometimes to a consensus among scientists.

Hoel [56] showed that the crystal thickening as viewed in a lin(Lc)–log(time) diagram proceeded through two different stages: a period of rapid crystal thickening was followed by a period of considerably slower crystal thickening. The initial stages of crystal thickening of melt-grown crystals may be associated with discontinuous jumps in the crystal thickness [57, 58]. However, synchrotron X-ray scattering of a linear polyethylene fraction presented no evidence in favour of any early stepwise increase of the crystal thickness [59].

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