Figure 4 : Thermal and rheological properties of poly(S-r-DIB).

From: The use of elemental sulfur as an alternative feedstock for polymeric materials

Figure 4

a, DSC thermograms showing glass transitions (Tg) of elemental sulfur and poly(S-r-DIB) of varying DIB content from 10 to 50 wt%. b, Zero shear viscosity of poly(S-r-DIB) copolymers with varying content of DIB. These measurements demonstrate that control of thermal and rheological properties of these materials can be modulated directly by DIB content in the copolymer.