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2015 | 21 | 12-23
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Enhancement of Some Mechanical Properties of Polyethylene Glycol by Adding Carboxymethyl Cellulose as a Blends and Applied in Wood Glue

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The (PEG/CMC) blends were prepared by liquids mixing method, the appropriate concentrations of PEG were (0.1-0.2 to 0.8 g/mL)% are dissolved in (500 mL) of distilled water under stirring without heat for (20 min.) then added the CMC with two weights (0.25 and 0.5) g for each PEG concentrates at (288 K). In order to evaluate the mechanical properties of (PEG/CMC) blends the ultrasonic measurements were performed at these samples, these properties are ultrasonic velocity, compressibility, acoustic impedance and bulk modulus, were made at fixed frequency (f = 25 kHz), another acoustic mechanical properties were measured and calculated at a same time such as the ultrasonic wave amplitude absorption by using oscilloscope, then calculated the absorption coefficient and the transmittance ratio of the sound. It was found that there is significant relationship between ultrasonic velocity and material properties results show that adding PEG effects on the density then on the absorption of the ultrasonic waves inside the blend samples. Finally applied this blend in various concentrations as additive to imported wood glue and found that increasing the adhesion force after adding comparing with pure. FT-IR test has been made.
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  • Department of Physics, College of Science, University of Babylon, Iraq
  • Department of Physics, College of Education for Pure Science, University of Babylon, Iraq
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