By analyzing the distribution of the dimensions of the spherulite formations, the authors investigate the structures of the bulk and surface of polypropylene and their changes after friction.
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Ainbinder, S.B., Alksne, K.I. The effect of friction on the distribution of the spherulite structure of polypropylene. Polymer Mechanics 8, 570–574 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00855584
- Spherulite Structure
- Spherulite Formation