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Evolution of Crystal Structure by Post-extension in Nylon 56 Fibers
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  • Journal title : Textile Coloration and Finishing
  • Volume 28, Issue 1,  2016, pp.33-39
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Dyers and Finishers
  • DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2016.28.1.33
 Title & Authors
Evolution of Crystal Structure by Post-extension in Nylon 56 Fibers
Jo, Kuk Hyun; Cho, Jung Hyeong; Kim, Hyo Jung; Lee, Hyun Hwi;
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 Abstract
The crystal structure of nylon 56 fibers post extended by drawing process was investigated by synchrotron x-ray scattering measurement. In as-cast fiber, distinct (004) and (020) diffraction peaks were observed and they were related to initial metastable alignment of nylon molecules. With increase in the drawing ratio, (110) peak intensity was increased in vertical direction with decreasing (020) peak. At the same time, (004)` peak evolved position tilted to 29 degrees from the (004) peak. This evolution is directly related to stable crystalline phase of nylon 56 originated from additional formation of hydrogen bondings between N-H and C
 Keywords
Nylon 56;fiber drawing;structure;synchrotron x-ray;hydrogen bonding;
 Language
Korean
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