Effects of Plasticizer to Radioresistance and Electrical Conductivity of Irradiated Polyvinylchlorde

방사선(放射線)으로 조사(照射)된 Polyvinylchloride의 내방사성(耐放射性) 전기전도도(電氣傳導度)에 가소제(可塑劑)가 미치는 영향(影響)

  • Kim, Bong-Heup (Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Hanyang University)
  • 김봉흡 (한양대학교 공과대학 전기공학과)
  • Published : 1978.06.30


In order to investigate corelation between contents of dioctylphthalate in polyvinylchloride blent dibutyl tin dilaulate with dibutyl tin maleate as stabilizer and the behaviors of radiation resistance as well as electrical conductivity on irradiated specimens, several observations were carried out. A characteristic peak observed in the range of $1,540-1,640cm^{-1}$ on infrared spectra shows such a sensitive response to radiation as the intensity decreases with increasing doses and that this tendency strongly depressed in the presence of plasticizer. It is seemingly attributed for origin of the peak to the existence of RCOO- ion resulting from dissociation of stabilizere, further the depressive effect of decreasing peak intensity influenced by radiation seems to be caused by resonance absorption in benzen ring being a consistituent of plasticizer. It is also suggestive to be use the peak behavior influenced by radiation as a criterion for the evaluation of radiation resistance of PVC. Further the results obtained from electrical conductivity measurement also exhibit reasonable characteristics explainable with views used for the interpretation of the peak behavior mentioned previousely.