The effect of modifying polyethylene with maleic acid on the viscoelastic characteristics of filled melts has been experimentally investigated.
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Gutmanas, B.Y., Faitel'son, L.A. Viscoelastic characteristics of filled modified polyethylene melts. Polymer Mechanics 7, 501–503 (1971). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00854816
- Maleic Acid
- Viscoelastic Characteristic
- Modify Polyethylene