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6 J K - 1 / m o l of monomer unit (21b) The irreversible portion of the phase transition is not only observable in the stressstrain diagram but also becomes obvious in the spectroscopic measurements where the intensities of the absorption bands under examination do not completely revert to the initial values of the original sample upon unloading (Fig. 25). A distinct temperature-dependent hysteresis effect is observable when the percentage of relaxed crystal 0t-form as determined from the absorbance of the 8(CH2) absorption band at 1459 cm-1 is plotted for a loading-unloading cycle in dependence of the applied stress for 300 K and 353 K (Fig.
Contrary to annealed crystalline samples the stress-induced transformation of polymer chains in primarily amorphous F £ M T to a conformation deviating slightly from the planar all-trans extended crystalline form has been found irreversible 16s) It has been shown that the spectra of strained crystalline and amorphous samples are very similar with the only difference that the higher frequency CH2-bending mode of the elongated crystal form at 1485 cm -1 is shifted toward 1475 cm -~ in the strained amorphous specimen (Fig.
From the orientation and dichroic functions of the 1126 cm -1 and 1662 cm -1 bands, respectively, an average inclination angle of approximately 35 ° was calculated for the polymer chains of the crystal phase and the direction of stretch whereas a value of about 44° was determined for the chain alignment of the amorphous polymer in the 530 % drawn sample. W. Siesler 10 to ,,........... " e (s) 2 100 200 300 400 50-O-strain (%) TOO Fig. 41. 0 • •eeeu. . . . 6 ~ ~, N AA• • • AA~ • • ]lA~Aal • ...