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Effect of degree of substitution on the mechanical and thermomechanical properties of lauroyl cellulose ester films

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Cellulose-based plastic films were prepared in homogeneous media with a range of lauroyl fatty acid attachments by ester formation, expressed as the degree of substitution (DS). The esters were cast to form films and their mechanical properties studied. This study showed a surprising relationship between DS and elastic modulus as well as DS and tensile strength, where a peak was observed at DS 2.4. The unexpected variation of static elastic modulus (E) was confirmed by dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) and this trend was also observed for glass transition temperature (Tg). These results are discussed in relation to sample cohesion.
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hal-00684470 , version 1 (06-04-2012)

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Nicolas Joly, Patrick Martin, Luc Liénard, Delphine Rutot, Fabrice Stassin, et al.. Effect of degree of substitution on the mechanical and thermomechanical properties of lauroyl cellulose ester films. e-polymers, 2006, 070, pp.070. ⟨hal-00684470⟩
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