The change in the tensile strength and relative elongation of PM polyimide with absorbed dose has been investigated. It is shown that after irradiation with very large doses (∼5 · 1010 rad) the mechanical properties are still satisfactory.
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Mud'yugin, B.G., Fefelov, P.A. Changes in the mechanical properties of polyimides induced by electron bombardment. Polymer Mechanics 5, 996–997 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00864686
- Mechanical Property
- Tensile Strength
- Large Dose
- Relative Elongation