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The local reaction processes of polyethylene irradiated with heavy ion-beam

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The local reaction induced in the track for low-density polyethylene irradiated with ion-beam was investigated. The transformations of the chemical structure induced by irradiation are on trans-vinylene, end-vinyl, vinylidine and the cross-link. The different reaction processes are induced in the micro-region of the track. These processes depend on the stopping power. In the region of larger stopping power, the rate of the process, which produces the end-vinyl, increases and that of the trans-vinylene decreases. These results suggest that the main chain scission of the polyethylene can be induced by very large energy deposition in the micro-region.

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2017-12-18

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