The ac‐impedance of bulk‐like films of pure polyethylene oxide (PEO) polymer was measured as a function of frequency f in the range 0.1 to 107 Hz at various constant temperatures T (155 − 330 K). The as‐measured data were analyzed by electric permittivity and modulus formalisms to unveil which dielectric and conductive relaxation processes were responsible for their relaxation behavior below/above glass transition temperature Tg of pure PEO polymer. At T > Tg, none of the α‐, β‐, or γ‐relaxations could be inferred for studied pure PEO films from frequency variation of measured imaginary part ε′′(f, T) of complex dielectric permittivity ε~fT, as low‐frequency losses masked real dielectric contribution to the measured ε′′(f, T) at low frequencies and high temperatures. However, at T < Tg, a broad, relaxation process has been observed in the high‐frequency part of their isothermal ε′′(f, T) − f spectra, which can be related to the β‐ or γ‐dielectric relaxation process. Nonlinear regressions of the measured ε′′(f, T) − f data for T < Tg yielded moral fits to a simple addition of a Havriliak‐Negami function, and a Bergman‐loss Kohlrausch‐Williams‐Watts‐type function, with the relaxation time τmax(T) obtained from Havriliak‐Negami‐fitting parameters, was found to follow a thermally activated Arrhenius‐like relaxation behavior. Conversely, representation of the imaginary part M′′(f, T > Tg) − f spectra of complex electric modulus M~f=1/ε~f was found to depict 2 overlapped relaxation processes, which were detached well by a nonlinear regression of a simple superposition of 2 different M′′(f) expressions having the form of the universal Bergman loss function, where it was found that the relaxation time is also thermally activated.
Polymers for Advanced Technologies – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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