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MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF JUTE FIBER REINFORCED POLYPROPYLENE COMPOSITE; EFFECT OF CHEMICAL TREATMENT BY BENZENEDIAZONIUM SALT IN ALKALINE MEDIUM
Raw jute fiber was treated with o-hydroxybenzenediazonium salt (o-HBDS) in alkaline media. Raw and modified jute fiber were used to prepare composites by mixing with polypropylene (PP) plastic in different weight fractions (20, 25, 30, and 35%) of jute fiber. The mechanical properties except elongation at break of o-HBDS-treated (in alkaline medium) jute fiber-PP composite were higher than those of PP alone, raw jute fiber-PP composites, and alkali-treated jute fiber-PP composites. Thedoaj:cfd72b132a0140a1b7800945320a28cf fatcat:5lobudz3tvhs3prkjtjehgvkbe