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-85/ 1.03 95 1.08 -50 to -40 1.04 -90 to -50 1.05 80 1.05 -130 to -100 0.91 -130 to -100 0.91 -130 0.94 -130 0.93 -40 0.92
95 to 105 to to / to / to / to / to to to to to to to
+20
ABS SAN ASA SB PS PE-LD PE-LLD PE-HD PE-UHMW EVA
/(125) 1.07 110/(125) 95 to 105 1.07 80 to 110 105 -30 to -10 0.93 -70 to -25 0.94 -100 0.96 -100 0.94 0.95
°C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3

- Acrylonitrile-butadiene- 0.15 - Styrene-acrylonitrile 0.15 - Acrylonitrile-styrene- 0.17 - Styrene/Polybutadiene 0.17 - Polystyrene 0.14 100 Polyethylene low density 0.3 122 Polyethylene linear (na) 125 Polyethylene high density 0.33 130 Polyethylene ultra high 0.41 30 Polyethylene-co-vinyl 0.35
styrene copolymer to copolymer to acrylate copolymer to copolymer to to to to to low density to to to molecular weight to to acetate
0.20 0.17 0.19 0.18 0.18 115 0.34 127 135 0.53 145 0.51 110
°C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K)

- 420 2200 80 1.26 - 415 3500 60 1.18 - 415 2300 85 1.3 - 440 1800 70 1.2 - 415 3100 50 1.3 (na) 475 200 400 1.8 (na) 475 250 200 (na) 293 480 600 200 1.8 (na) 480 570 200 1.84 10 345 to 360 7 160 2.3
to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to / to to
435 3000 100 1.68 425 3700 80 1.20 425 2900 105 1.4 455 2500 1.3 425 3300 70 490 400 3.4 485 700 498 1400 250 2.7 490 790 100 470 to 480 120 200
J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K)

45 1.21 (3) (3)


-20 0.90 -30 0.89/0.91 -70 0.91 -50 1.16 80 1.38 -18 1.63 70 1.21 45
to 1.21
to 40 1.03 40 1.01
to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to
PLA
65 1.43
20 -20 90
PP (isotactic) PB PIB PVC-P PVC-U PVDC PVAL PLA PA11 PA12
0.91 0.94 -60 0.93 80 1.35 1.55 +15 100 65
°C 1.433
g/cm 55 1.05 50 1.04
°C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3
150 Polylactide (na)
160 Polypropylene 0.17 115 Polybutene 0.17 (na) Polyisobutylene 0.12 - Polyvinylchloride 0.13 - Polyvinylchloride 0.126 140 Polyvinylidene chloride 0.13 220 Polyvinylalcohol (na) 150
to Polylactide (na) 180 Polyamide 11 0.23 170 Polyamide 12 0.22
to to to to to (with plasticizer) to (without plasticizer) to to to to
160 to to to to
165 0.25 135 0.22 0.20 0.20 0.293 210 260 160
°C W/(m.K) 190 0.28 180 0.24
°C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K)
93 350 350 (na) (na) (3) (3)
207 450 1300 130 1.8 128 450 240/600 110 1.8 (na) 390 (na) 120 1.97 - 290 to 315 25 60 0.8 - 285 to 315 2700 60 0.84 (na) 245 300 190 (na) 156 260 to 320 (na) (na) 1.55 93
to 350
to 350
to (na) (na) 224 430 1400 85 1.26 95 465 1400 120 1.17
to to to to to to to to to / to to to / to to to to to / to
140 to
375 to
2800 to to to to to
209 470 1800 180 460 700 140 2.0 400 460 to 475 1600 120 0.9 460 to 475 3000 80 1.17 255 550 420 to 450 140
J/g 375
°C 2800
MPa *10-6-6/K J/(g.K) 455 120 475 140 1.26
J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10 /K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K)

(3) (3) (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)


70 1.18 45 1.12 40 1.07 40 1.06 65 1.13 40 1.30 70 1.33 140 1.20 115 (synd.), 1.15 -85 1.39
to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to 105 (atact.), to to to
70
PA46 PA6 PA610 PA612 PA66 PBT PET PC PMMA POM (homo)
94 1.21 80 1.15 1.09 65 90 1.16 60 1.32 85 1.45 150 1.24 45 (isotac.) 1.19 -75 1.43
°C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3
290 Polyamide 46 0.3 225 Polyamide 6 0.22 210 Polyamide 610 0.2 210 Polyamide 612 (na) 225 Polyamide 66 0.24 220 Polybutylene 0.25 245 Polyethylene 0.24 - Polycarbonate 0.19 - Polymethylmethacrylate 0.16 175 Polyoxymethylene 0.30
to to to to to to to to terephthalate to to terephthalate to to to (homopolymer) to
295 235 0.33 230 220 265 0.33 230 0.29 260 0.21 0.25 190 0.37
°C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K)
(3) (3) (3) (3) (3)
(na) 440 3300 70 2.1 190 445 2800 80 1.59 117 450 2200 70 1.6 (na) 450 2100 120 1.91 185 430 3000 35 1.67 142 400 2500 80 1.3 140 425 2100 80 1.04 - 480 2200 75 1.17 - 360 3100 90 1.45 316 365 2600 160 1.48
to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to
450 80 450 90 1.70 227 470 90 465 2250 130 473 45 1.70 420 2800 100 445 3100 100 1.17 535 2400 80 1.50 390 3300 110 1.47 335 390 3200 180 1.50
J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K)

-75 1.39 85 1.34 185 1.24 120 2.13 -40 1.76 (na) 2.12 75 1.7 -20 1.37 145 1.12 60 1.18
to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to

POM (copo) PPS PSU PTFE PVDF FEP ETFE PVF PA6/3T PA6/6T
-60 1.43 100 1.36 190 1.25 130 2.23 1.78 2.17 85 +40 1.39 153 100
°C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3
140 Polyoxymethylene 0.23 275 Polyphenylenesulfide (na) - Polysulfone 0.15 325 Polytetrafluoroethylene 0.23 170 Polyvinylidene fluoride 0.19 253 Tetrafluoroethylene/ 0.25 225 Ethylene- 0.23 190 Polyvinylfluoride (na) - Polyamide 6/3T 0.23 250 Polyamide 6/6T (na)
to (copolymer) to to to to to to hexafluoropropylene to tetrafluoroethylene to to
175 0.31 290 335 0.25 175 282 copolymer 275 200 300
°C

181 385 2600 110


W/(m.K)

1.48
°C

80 510
45
3700 50
W/(m.K)

(na)
°C

- 530 2500 50
W/(m.K)

1.37
°C

82 575
1.21
400 100
W/(m.K)

1.0
°C

105 440 2000 110


W/(m.K)

0.96
°C

(na) 510 350 80


W/(m.K)

1.12
°C

46 500 1100 40
W/(m.K)

0.9
°C

164 430 2100 50


W/(m.K)

1.0
°C

- 460 2000 80
W/(m.K)

1.6
°C

(na) 460 3500 70


W/(m.K)

(na)

to to
to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to
192 400 3200 150 1.50 550 70 540 2700 60 590 750 150 480 2900 130 1.40 600 530 450 2600 97 1.8 470 480 3600
J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K)

PLA
215 1.27 225
65 1.37 145 1.32 165
1.43 1.3 (na) 2.14 90 1.38 -60 0.87 -50 1.10

°C g/cm 3
to to to (semi-cr) to to to to to to to to

PEI PES PEEK PEKEKK PFA TPO, TPV TPU


230 230 155 1.27 (am) 175 2.16 120 1.82 -50 1.20 -30 1.25
°C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C (HBA/HNA)-LCP g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 Glass Density
-20 to 40
Transition
- Polyetherimide 0.22 - Polyethersulfone 0.18 335 Polyetheretherketone 0.25 380 Polyacryletherketone- 0.29 285 Perfluoroalkoxy (na) 208 Hydroxybenzoic acid-2,6- (na) Polyolefine based TPE (na) 135 Urethane based TPE 0.19 Temperature
(EPDM),

Polylactide
to to etherketoneketone to to hydroxynaphthenic acid to

150 (na)
150 to 160
345 390 305 295 (liquid crystalline polymer) (PP) 220

Polymer type
°C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) 4) DSC, STA,
°C
TMA, DMA 1)
- 540
to
550
2900
to
3000
50 (na) - 580
to
595
to 2600
to
2800
60 1.37 130 600
to
620
3700 50
to
70
(na) 60 580
to
600
4300 45 (na) 20
to
30
535
to
550
800 120 (na) 3
to
4
510
to
530
7000
to
20000
0 to 25
(parall.)
25 to 50
(na) 10 (EPDM)
20 (PP)
460
to
480
90
to
1400
15
to
130
(na) 3
to
15
390
to
415
20
to
400
130
to
180
1.85
Melting Thermal
(perpen.) Temperature
Name Conductivity
J/g °C MPa *10 /K
-6
J/(g.K) J/g °C
160 MPa *10 /K
-6
J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10 /K
-6
J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10 /K
-6
J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K)

°C W/(m.K)
0 1.0 -70 0.99 -80 to -50 0.88 -106 to -95 0.9 -25 1.08 -45 1.25 -55 0.86 -30 0.95 4) DSC, STA 4) LFA, HFM,
(butadiene) (1,4 cis) GHP
to to to to to -107 to -83 to to to to to to to 1)
85 to 100
45 -30
TPC TPA TPS BR CM CR EPDM HNBR
60 1.2 1.10 (styrene) 1.30 (1,4 trans) 1.0 -5 1.27 -30 -10 1.00
-15 (1,2)
°C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 Melting Decomposition Young‘s Coefficient Specific
Enthalpy Temperature Modulus of Linear Heat
190 Ester-Ether based TPE 0.10 145 Amide based TPE 0.2 150 to Styrene based TPE (na) -25 to 12 Butadiene rubber 0.25 (na) Chlorinated polyethylene 0.11 40 Chloroprene rubber 0.18 -20 Ethylene-propylene-diene 0.26 - Hydrogenated acrylo- (na)
93 350 350 (na) (na)
(1,4 cis), Thermal Capacity
to to to 160 97 / 145 rubber to to to to rubber nitrile-butadiene Expansion
230 0.19 200 (PP) (1,4 trans) 0.13 75 0.20 60 rubber
126 (1,2) 4) DSC, STA 4) TGA, STA 4) DMA 4) DIL, TMA 4) DSC, STA,
°C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K)
to to to
°C
2) 1) 1) LFA 1)
30 395 50 165 1.90 20 400 20 120 2.4 20 440 10 (na) (na) 46 / 170 370 to 385 (na) (na) 1.76 (na) 320 to 340 2 175 (na) 1 365 to 380 (na) 185 (na) 5 470 2 180 1.80 - 465 15 225 (na)
to to to to to to to to to to to
(1,4 cis)
/ to / to to to / to to to to to to to to 1) at room temperature

140 375 2800


70 to 140
420 1000 200 2.22 65 420 500 240 2.8 455 200 (1,4 trans) 460 to 475 1.96 465 to 480 15 200 10 445 to 460 250 20 487 10 2.00 480 25 260 2) DTG peak temperature, determined at 10 K/min under nitrogen
J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) 3) dry conditions

J/(g.K)
4) thermoanalytical technique

-44
to
1.0 -72
to
J/g 0.91
to
°C-135
to
MPa 1.25 *10-6/K
-55
to
0.94 50
to
(5)
1.15 70
to
(5)
1.48
to
70
to
(5)
1.40
to
10
to
(5)
1.10
to
5) for cured sample, depending on degree of curing
(na) not available

NBR NR Q SBR EP MF PF PUR


5 -55 0.93 -120 -35 200 130 1.50 120 1.80 180 1.70
°C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3 °C g/cm3
- Acrylonitrile-butadiene (na) 25 Natural rubber 0.13 -50 Silicone rubber 0.22 (-20) Styrene-butadiene 0.20 - Epoxy resin 0.17 - Melamine-formaldehyde 0.35 - Phenol-formaldehyde 0.35 - Polyurethane < 0.19
rubber to to to rubber to to resin to resin to Commodity Thermoplastics
40 0.15 -40 0.25 0.52 0.40 0.70
°C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K)
Engineering Thermoplastics
- 450 2 150 1.93 67 375 1 180 1.91 35 530 1 190 1.3 (170 (cis)) 435 2 180 1.88 - 380 3000 60 1.67 - 340 6000 40 1.2 - 450 5600 15 1.0 - 240 (na) 130 1.70
to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to

NGB ‧ TPofPolymers ‧ E ‧ 0915n ‧ NWS ‧ Technical specifications are subject to change.


475 5 180 1.96 400 5 260 2.08 600 10 255 1.5 470 10 2.00 450 5000 2.10 400 10000 60 555 12000 50 1.3 350 200 2.10 High-Temperature Resistant Thermoplastics
J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K) J/g °C MPa *10-6/K J/(g.K)

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Thermoplastic Elastomers
60 1.5 60 1.17
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°C g/cm3 °C g/cm3
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to resin to
95100 Selb Bibliography: Thermosets
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°C W/(m.K) °C W/(m.K) the thermal characterization of polymers. Cowie, J.M.G. Polymers: Chemistry & Physics of modern materials, Chapman and Hall, 2nd edition, 1991
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J/g
355 10500
MPa
60
*10-6/K
1.3
J/(g.K) J/g
470 to 490 20000
MPa
40
*10-6/K
2.30
J/(g.K)
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