15.32 Of those polymers listed in Table 15.2, which polymer(s) would be best suited for use as ice cube trays? Why?

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1 15.31 Name the following polymer(s) that would be suitable for the fabrication of cups to contain hot coffee: polyethylene, polypropylene, poly(vinyl chloride), PET polyester, and polycarbonate. Why? This question asks us to name which, of several polymers, would be suitable for the fabrication of cups to contain hot coffee. At its glass transition temperature, an amorphous polymer begins to soften. The maximum temperature of hot coffee is probably slightly below 100 C (212 F). Of the polymers listed, only polystyrene and polycarbonate have glass transition temperatures of 100 C or above (Table 15.2), and would be suitable for this application.

2 15.32 Of those polymers listed in Table 15.2, which polymer(s) would be best suited for use as ice cube trays? Why? In order for a polymer to be suited for use as an ice cube tray it must have a glass-transition temperature below 0 C. Of those polymers listed in Table 15.2 only low-density and high-density polyethylene, PTFE, and polypropylene satisfy this criterion.

3 15.33 For each of the following pairs of polymers, plot and label schematic specific volume versus temperature curves on the same graph [i.e., make separate plots for parts (a), (b), and (c)]. (a) Spherulitic polypropylene, of 25% crystallinity, and having a weight-average molecular weight of 75,000 g/mol; spherulitic polystyrene, of 25% crystallinity, and having a weight-average molecular weight of 100,000 g/mol (b) Graft poly(styrene-butadiene) copolymer with 10% of available sites crosslinked; random poly(styrene-butadiene) copolymer with 15% of available sites crosslinked (c) Polyethylene having a density of g/cm 3 and a degree of polymerization of 2500; polyethylene having a density of g/cm 3 and a degree of polymerization of 2000 (a) Shown below are the specific volume-versus-temperature curves for the polypropylene and polystyrene materials. Since both polymers are 25% crystalline, they will exhibit behavior similar to curve B in Figure However, polystyrene will have higher melting and glass transition temperatures due to the bulkier side group in its repeat unit structure, and since it has a higher weight-average molecular weight. (b) Shown below are the specific volume-versus-temperature curves for the graft and random poly(styrene-butadiene) copolymers. Since these materials are graft and random copolymers, both will be highly noncrystalline, and, thus, will display the behavior similar to curve A in Figure However, since the random has the greater degree of crosslinking, it will also have the higher glass transition temperature.

4 (c) Shown below are the specific volume-versus-temperature curves for the two polyethylene materials. The polyethylene having a density of g/cm 3 will be highly crystalline, and, thus, will exhibit a behavior similar to curve C in Figure On the other hand, the other material, of lower density will have some branching and also be semicrystalline; thus, its behavior will be similar to curve B of Figure In addition, the melting temperature of the higher density material will be greater since it has less branching and a higher degree of polymerization.

5 15.34 For each of the following pairs of polymers, do the following: (1) state whether or not it is possible to determine whether one polymer has a higher melting temperature than the other; (2) if it is possible, note which has the higher melting temperature and then cite reason(s) for your choice; and (3) if it is not possible to decide, then state why. (a) Isotactic polystyrene that has a density of 1.12 g/cm 3 and a weight-average molecular weight of 150,000 g/mol; syndiotactic polystyrene that has a density of 1.10 g/cm 3 and a weight-average molecular weight of 125,000 g/mol (b) Linear polyethylene that has a degree of polymerization of 5,000; linear and isotactic polypropylene that has a degree of polymerization of 6,500 (c) Branched and isotactic polystyrene that has a degree of polymerization of 4,000; linear and isotactic polypropylene that has a degree of polymerization of 7,500 (a) Yes, it is possible to determine which of the two polystyrenes has the higher T m. The isotactic polystyrene will have the higher melting temperature because it has a higher density (i.e., less branching) and also the greater weight-average molecular weight. (b) Yes, it is possible to determine which polymer has the higher melting temperature. The polypropylene will have the higher T m because it has a bulky phenyl side group in its repeat unit structure, which is absent in the polyethylene. Furthermore, the polypropylene has a higher degree of polymerization. (c) No, it is not possible to determine which of the two polymers has the higher melting temperature. The polystyrene has a bulkier side group than the polypropylene; on the basis of this effect alone, the polystyrene should have the greater T m. However, the polystyrene has more branching and a lower degree of polymerization; both of these factors lead to a lowering of the melting temperature.

6 15.37 List two important characteristics for polymers that are to be used in fiber applications. Two important characteristics for polymers that are to be used in fiber applications are: (1) they must have high molecular weights, and (2) they must have chain configurations/structures that will allow for high degrees of crystallinity.

7 15.38 Cite five important characteristics for polymers that are to be used in thin-film applications. Five important characteristics for polymers that are to be used in thin-film applications are: (1) low density; (2) high flexibility; (3) high tensile and tear strengths; (4) resistance to moisture/chemical attack; and (5) low gas permeability.

8 15.39 Cite the primary differences between addition and condensation polymerization techniques. For addition polymerization, the reactant species have the same chemical composition as the monomer species in the molecular chain. This is not the case for condensation polymerization, wherein there is a chemical reaction between two or more monomer species, producing the repeating unit. There is often a low molecular weight by-product for condensation polymerization; such is not found for addition polymerization.

9 15.43 Cite four factors that determine what fabrication technique is used to form polymeric materials. Four factors that determine what fabrication technique is used to form polymeric materials are: (1) whether the polymer is thermoplastic or thermosetting; (2) if thermoplastic, the softening temperature; (3) atmospheric stability; and (4) the geometry and size of the finished product.

10 15.44 Contrast compression, injection, and transfer molding techniques that are used to form plastic materials. This question requests that we compare polymer molding techniques. For compression molding, both heat and pressure are applied after the polymer and necessary additives are situated between the mold members. For transfer molding, the solid materials (normally thermosetting in nature) are first melted in the transfer chamber prior to being forced into the die. And, for injection molding (normally used for thermoplastic materials), the raw materials are impelled by a ram through a heating chamber, and finally into the die cavity

11 15.D1 (a) List several advantages and disadvantages of using transparent polymeric materials for eyeglass lenses. (b) Cite four properties (in addition to being transparent) that are important for this application. (c) Note three polymers that may be candidates for eyeglass lenses, and then tabulate values of the properties noted in part (b) for these three materials. (a) Several advantages of using transparent polymeric materials for eyeglass lenses are: they have relatively low densities, and, therefore, are light in weight; they are relatively easy to grind to have the desired contours; they are less likely to shatter than are glass lenses; wraparound lenses for protection during sports activities are possible; and they filter out more ultraviolet radiation than do glass lenses. The principal disadvantage of these types of lenses is that some are relatively soft and are easily scratched (although antiscratch coatings may be applied). Plastic lenses are not as mechanically stable as glass, and, therefore, are not as precise optically. (b) Some of the properties that are important for polymer lens materials are: they should be relatively hard in order to resist scratching; they must be impact resistant; they should be shatter resistant; they must have a relatively high index of refraction such that thin lenses may be ground for very nearsighted people; and they should absorb significant proportions of all types of ultraviolet radiation, which radiation can do damage to the eye tissues. (c) Of those polymers discussed in this chapter and Chapter 14, likely lens candidates are polystyrene, poly(methyl methacrylate), and polycarbonate; these three materials are not easily crystallized, and, therefore, are normally transparent. Upon consultation of their fracture toughnesses (Table B.5 in Appendix B), polycarbonate is the most superior of the three. Commercially, the two plastic lens materials of choice are polycarbonate and allyl diglycol carbonate (having the trade name CR-39). Polycarbonate is very impact resistant, but not as hard as CR- 39. Furthermore, PC comes in both normal and high refractive-index grades.

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