EFFECTS SPD ON THE POLYMER STRUCTURE AND PHYSICS PROPERTIES
A.N.Lachinov, Institute of Physics of Molecules and Crystals URC RAS,
Prospect Oktyabrya 151, 450075, Ufa, Russia
The main goal of the paper was to investigate the influence of severe
torsion deformation on the polymer structure and physics properties.
Quasihydrostatic pressure up to 6 GPa and torsion deformation into
interval 0,1<a<1 were used. The poly(methylmetacrylate)s (1),
poly(ethylene)s (2), and poly(thtalydilidenebiphenilylene)s (3) were
Polymer films were used in the experiments. Film thicknesses were in
the range from 100 mkm to 300 mkm with a diameter ~ 10 mm. Structural
properties of the samples controlled by X-ray diffraction and
polarizing-optical microscopy. And physics properties controlled by
measurement following parameters: permittivity, conductivity,
electronic paramagnetic resonance, thermogravymetry and others. Some
stages of structural transformations, chemical structure changing and
appearing new physics properties of the polymers were discovered.