Dielectric relaxations in PEEK by combined dynamic dielectric spectroscopy and thermally stimulated current View Full Text


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2012-07-18

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Aurélie Leonardi, Eric Dantras, Jany Dandurand, Colette Lacabanne

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The molecular dynamics of a quenched poly(ether ether ketone) (PEEK) was studied over a broad frequency range from 10−3 to 106 Hz by combining dynamic dielectric spectroscopy (DDS) and thermo-stimulated current (TSC) analysis. The dielectric relaxation losses ε′′KK has been determined from the real part ε′T(ω) thanks to Kramers–Kronig transform. In this way, conduction and relaxation processes can be analyzed independently. Two secondary dipolar relaxations, the γ and the β modes, corresponding to non-cooperative localized molecular mobility have been pointed out. The main α relaxation appeared close to the glass transition temperature as determined by DSC; it has been attributed to the delocalized cooperative mobility of the free amorphous phase. The relaxation times of dielectric relaxations determined with TSC at low frequency converge with relaxation times extracted from DDS at high frequency. This correlation emphasized continuity of mobility kinetics between vitreous and liquid state. The dielectric spectroscopy exhibits the αc relaxation, near 443 K, which has been associated with the rigid amorphous phase confined by crystallites. This present experiment demonstrates coherence of the dynamics of the PEEK heterogeneous amorphous phase between glassy and liquid state and significantly improve the knowledge of molecular/dynamic structure relationships. More... »

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807-814

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