Structure formation in chlorosulfonated polyethylene films is described. Modification with phenol-formaldehyde resin leads to a change in the supermolecular structures, which are stabilized by introducing 1% aluminum diisobutoxymonoacetoacetate into the system. It is shown that modifying the chlorosulfonated polyethylene leads to the formation of stable supermolecular structures and a considerable improvement in the mechanical properties of the films.
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Karyakina, M.I., Lavendele, S.M., Maiorova, N.V. et al. Effect of modification on the structure and and mechanical properties of chlorosulfonated polyethylene films. Polymer Mechanics 5, 323–326 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00855147
- Mechanical Property
- Structure Formation
- Considerable Improvement