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Local Flips and Chain Motion in Polyethylene Crystallites : A Comparison of Melt-Crystallized Samples, Reactor Powders, and Nanocrystals

Local Flips and Chain Motion in Polyethylene Crystallites : A Comparison of Melt-Crystallized Samples, Reactor Powders, and Nanocrystals

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BÄRENWALD, Ruth, Sylvia GOERLITZ, Reinhold GODEHARDT, Anna OSICHOW, Qiong TONG, Marina KRUMOVA, Stefan MECKING, Kay SAALWÄCHTER, 2014. Local Flips and Chain Motion in Polyethylene Crystallites : A Comparison of Melt-Crystallized Samples, Reactor Powders, and Nanocrystals. In: Macromolecules. 47(15), pp. 5163-5173. ISSN 0024-9297. Available under: doi: 10.1021/ma500691k

@article{Barenwald2014Local-28693, title={Local Flips and Chain Motion in Polyethylene Crystallites : A Comparison of Melt-Crystallized Samples, Reactor Powders, and Nanocrystals}, year={2014}, doi={10.1021/ma500691k}, number={15}, volume={47}, issn={0024-9297}, journal={Macromolecules}, pages={5163--5173}, author={Bärenwald, Ruth and Goerlitz, Sylvia and Godehardt, Reinhold and Osichow, Anna and Tong, Qiong and Krumova, Marina and Mecking, Stefan and Saalwächter, Kay} }

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