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Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry
Authors: A. Baranowski, M. Dębowska, K. Jerie, J. Rudzińska-Girulska, Z. Paweŀka, and R. Sikorski


Results of angular correlation of annihilation radiation (ACAR) and positron annihilation lifetime (PAL) measurements are presented for five styrene copolymers: poly(co-styrene-phenylmaleimide) and its three derivatives with chlorine as well as for one with the OH group substituted at the benzene ring. It occurs that the chlorine substituted at three different positions at the benzene ring poly(co-styrene-o (or-m,-p)-chlorophenylmaleimide) inhibits the formation of the positronium to different extent. The greatest effect is observed in case of the chlorine atom substituted at the benzene ring at the ortho-position towards the nitrogen atom. The two long lifetimes ( 3 and 4) observed in the lifetime spectra are connected with the bimodal distributions of the free volume radius in the samples.

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Positron annihilation has been applied to study samples of two crosslinked epoxy resins: onglycidyl ether of bisphenol A (Epikote 828) and polyglycidyl-ether of phenol-formaldehyde novolac (Epikote 155) cured with 4,4
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, proportional to the fractional free volume in samples. Values of
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have been estimated from the values of 3, the longest lifetime in positron lifetime spectra.I 3 corresponds to the intensity of the longest-lived component in them. Distributions of free volume radii reconstructed on the basis of PAL measurements are given for all samples. The influence of structure of both cured resin and the curing agent on the properties of the crosslinked products is clearly seen from the presented results.
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