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The glass transition temperature of APET

05/27/2009 5:01 AM

Can anybody tell me the glass transition temperature of APET?

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Re: The glass transition temperature of APET

05/27/2009 6:35 AM
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Re: The glass transition temperature of APET

05/27/2009 6:37 AM
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05/27/2009 8:50 AM

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyethylene_terephthalate may not be a correct reference because APETs are different and used for contact lenses and could have a lot lower softening and melting temperatures. Sorry I do not have a correct answer at this point

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Re: The glass transition temperature of APET

05/27/2009 11:29 AM

When you do, Boss, you might want to add the information to the Wikipedia article.

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