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4 MORPHOLOGICAL STRUCTURE Morphology is the order or arrangement of the polymer structure. , a structure in greatest disorder or random). The possible range of order and disorder is clearly depicted on the left side of Fig. 14. 9 Crystalline Characteristic size ca. 14: polymers. Texture Semi-crystalline Inhomogeneous semicrystalline structure structure characteristic size 1-2 µm Schematic diagram of possible molecular structure which occur in thermoplastic crystalline or amorphous chain structure, whereas the semi-crystalline polymer is formed by a combination of all the structures represented in Fig.
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1 Thermal Conductivity When analyzing thermal processes, the thermal conductivity, k, is the most commonly used property that helps quantify the transport of heat through a material. By deﬁnition, energy is transported proportionally to the speed of sound. 1: 100 150 200 250 Temperature (K) 300 Thermal conductivity of various materials. 4) where u is the speed of sound and l the molecular separation. Amorphous polymers show an increase in thermal conductivity with increasing temperature, up to the glass transition temperature, Tg .