The temperature regions of fusion and viscosity of mixed liquid-crystals based on PPTA have been investigated.
On appropriate selection of the copolymers, mixtures of polymers, or mixed solvents, it is possible to vary the temperature of transition of these systems from the solid state to the liquid one over a wide range.
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Volokhina, A.V., Kulichikhina, T.A., Kofanova, G.A. et al. Investigation of mixed polymeric liquid-crystal systems. Fibre Chem 15, 178–182 (1984). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00552795
- Solid State
- Temperature Region
- Mixed Solvent