Melt flow index


by Rathy Cato
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Rathy Cato
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Oct20-13, 09:08 AM
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Where can i get the theoretical value of MFI for common polymeric materials such as PP, PE, PS, PMMA...as reference?
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Alkim
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Oct20-13, 04:07 PM
P: 98
I do not think there are theoretical calculations for such an empirical parameter. May be you could try to compare viscosities but keep in mind they are generally shear-dependent while the MFI test does not give you any info about shear dependence.


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