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Journal of rheology
Synopsis Rheological measurements are used to compare clay nanocomposites prepared through melt mixing using two different polypropylene matrices. Steady state and transient nonlinear rheological experiments are employed to separate the contributions of flow induced orientation of the tactoids and particulate network build-up. The conditions under which the rheological properties are dominated by the aggregate network are subsequently identified. Under these conditions, the low frequency lineardoi:10.1122/1.2516399 fatcat:rrxf2v5ut5conmnpyaqqooqfpy