Polymer Mechanics

, Volume 7, Issue 5, pp 707–712 | Cite as

Intermolecular interactions in fiber-forming linear polymers and certain of their mechanical properties

  • K. E. Perepelkin


Values of the specific volumetric intermolecular interaction energies of a series of linear polymers have been calculated on the basis of data on the interatomic and intermolecular interactions of the functional groups in the polymer molecules. It is shown that the specific volumetric intermolecular interaction energy is closely correlated with the elastic and relaxation properties of the polymers, which makes it possible to predict a series of mechanical properties of chemical fibers.


Polymer Mechanical Property Interaction Energy Intermolecular Interaction Polymer Molecule 
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