## Solid State Behavior of Linear Polyesters and Polyamides |

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... transesterification rates involving chain end groups are extremely small , and

the overall transesterification reaction may thus be regarded as follows : S - S + T

- T = 2T - S ( 19 ) The experimental rate

... transesterification rates involving chain end groups are extremely small , and

the overall transesterification reaction may thus be regarded as follows : S - S + T

- T = 2T - S ( 19 ) The experimental rate

**constants**k and k ' have nearly**constant**...Page 101

1 MPa . tallization " half - times , " t1 / 2 ) for conditions of

under

nominal ...

1 MPa . tallization " half - times , " t1 / 2 ) for conditions of

**constant**load and**constant**length , respectively . In Figure 17 are shown crystallization half - timesunder

**constant**load as a function of transformation temperature . Data fornominal ...

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Dye Penetration

Perpendicular to the Fiber Axis Dye penetration

I to axis | | to axis Diffusion

ratio 1x 2 .

Dye Penetration

**Constant**, D , and Diffusion**Constant**, D , Parallel andPerpendicular to the Fiber Axis Dye penetration

**constant**, a X 10 - 5 cm / sec1 / 2I to axis | | to axis Diffusion

**constant**, X 10 - 10cm / sec I to axis | | to axis Drawratio 1x 2 .

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