## Solid State Behavior of Linear Polyesters and Polyamides |

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The digits correspond to the number of carbon atoms per monomeric unit . Two

digits are used in the authentic nylon series , the first one referring to the amine

element .

The digits correspond to the number of carbon atoms per monomeric unit . Two

digits are used in the authentic nylon series , the first one referring to the amine

**component**, the second to the carboxylic acid**component**of the structuralelement .

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B1 ) z – ( A2 – Bily Im f ( A1 – B2 ) 2 – ( A2 – B2 ) w In ( 20 ) In this formula , A1 ,

A2 , B1 , and B2 represent monomer units of differing chemical nature but of the ...

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**component**copolycondensate . It may be represented as follows : f ( A1 –B1 ) z – ( A2 – Bily Im f ( A1 – B2 ) 2 – ( A2 – B2 ) w In ( 20 ) In this formula , A1 ,

A2 , B1 , and B2 represent monomer units of differing chemical nature but of the ...

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With these assignments , the ratio of the magnitudes of the broad

the total signal should be precisely the mass fraction crystallinity . As early as

1960 , however , Farrow and Ward [ 47 ] had noted that degrees of crystallinity ...

With these assignments , the ratio of the magnitudes of the broad

**component**tothe total signal should be precisely the mass fraction crystallinity . As early as

1960 , however , Farrow and Ward [ 47 ] had noted that degrees of crystallinity ...

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