This research presents a study of the effect of adding natural and modified Aleppo Pylon (Syrian clay) in different proportions to the properties of polymeric films prepared from poly vinyl chlorid (PVC) polymer and dried at three different drying degrees (60oC, 100oC, 150oC). The clay surface was changed from hydrophilic to hydrophobic by treating the surface with quaternary alkyl ammonium salts. Both types of Aleppo Pylone were added to the polymer by weight (0%, 2.5%, 5%, 7.5%, 10%), and the polymeric films were prepared by way of mixing well of PVC polymer and clay. The mixing technique used hexanol as a solvent. The clay was mixed with the polymer at 150 Co temperature using a magnetic stirrer. The effect of adding natural and modified Aleppo Pylon to the properties of water absorption ratio, moisture content, migration of components in moderate, acidic and alkaline aqueous solutions, thermal stability and air permeability of polymeric films prepared from PVC polymer and clay with different drying degrees was studied and compared with them, in order to reach an improved PVC that can be used in the field of packaging.
Habib, A.; Joher, Y.; Al Haddad, E.; and Beesh, M.
"Studying the Effect of Adding Aleppo Pylon to the Properties of Insulating and Accumulation of Polyvinyl Chloride Films,"
International Journal of Thin Film Science and Technology: Vol. 12
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