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Emulsifiers and dispersants are considered to be processing aids for the production of polymers. In addition to the use of radical-producing initiators, other catalysts can also be used for ionic addition polymerization reactions. Compared to low density polyethylene (LDPE) produced by radical polymerization, the use of metal oxide catalysts produces higher density PEs. A further possibility for the synthesis of such a high density polyethylene (HDPE) is metal complex polymerization with coordination or Ziegler–Natta catalysts (metal alkyl–metal halide catalysts) under low pressure.

PE possesses good chemical stability. The mechanical properties are dependent on the molecular weight and degree of chain branching. PE can be easily heat sealed, is tough and has high elasticity. 3 The Most Important Plastics water vapor barrier. However, LDPE has low barrier properties to gases, aromas, and fats. With increasing density, all the barrier properties increase as well as the stiffness, hardness, and strength, as a result of the higher crystallinity. At the same time, there is a decrease in the impact resistance, toughness, resistance to stress cracking, cold resistance, and transparency.

Decomposed, so that they are not detectable. , the polyolefins, are produced using addition polymerization processes. The molecules of the starting materials contain double bonds which are broken with the help of initiators or catalysts. The resulting free radicals then undergo a chain reaction to form a macromolecule. In practice, there are numerous processes with different reaction conditions. The start of chain reactions requires a radical produced as a rule by the disintegration of initiator substances, usually peroxide.

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