Neutron Scattering in Stretch‐Oriented Polyethylene
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7.Reference 5 contains room‐temperature data on stretched polyethylene, collected on a time‐of‐flight spectrometer. The authors made no reference to orientation.
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13.The spectrometer has been described by J. L. Donovan, thesis, The University of Michigan, 1964.
14.Calculated limits are (1), (2), and (private communication from C. Opaskar and S. Krimm, calculation based on the Schachtschneider and Snyder force constants).
15.A recent calculation for a polyethylene crystal indicates that and are mixtures of the skeletal deformation and torsional modes; M. Tasumi and T. Shimanouchi, J. Chem. Phys. 43, 1245 (1965).
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