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Solid-state nanofoaming experiments are conducted on two PMMA grades of markedly different molecular weight using CO2 as the blowing agent. The sensitivity of porosity to foaming time and foaming temperature is measured. Also, the microstructure of the PMMA nanofoams is characterized in terms of cell size and cell nucleation density. A one-dimensional numerical model is developed to predict the growth of spherical, gas-filled voids during the solid-state foaming process. Diffusion of CO2 withindoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.9810509.v1 fatcat:sftgxtrad5dkjjwlnigfwfchrm