Zero shear-rate viscosity vs weight average molecular mass of all LDPE samples investigated in comparison with the literature data. Arnett and Thomas (1980) is cited after Larson (2001). The literature data of LDPE with a density of 0.918 g/cm3, which were taken from Gabriel and Münstedt (2002), are denoted as LDPE 18...
An interesting pattern is observed when including recent literature
data on LDPE having a density of 0.918 g/cm 3
(Gabriel and Münstedt 2002 ) into the data set shown in Fig.
6 (Fig. 7 ).
The literature data were taken at 150°C, therefore the
comparison with the experimental data of the present publication is
also drawn at 150°C.
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