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Polyether-block-amide (PEBA) /clay nanocomposites were prepared water-assisted by twin-screw extrusion. Both organomodified and pristine (i.e. purified but non-modified) montmorillonite clays were used. A high-pressure differential scanning calorimetry analysis carried out in the processing conditions demonstrated that PEBA/water blend exhibits some miscibility and that amide blocks and water behave as a single phase. In addition to a significant decrease of the melting temperature, waterdoi:10.3144/expresspolymlett.2011.106 fatcat:grz5fkgrh5fh3etkdbiatrmnv4