chlorine group

chlo·rine group

(klōr'ēn grūp),
The halogens.

chlo·rine group

(klōr'ēn grūp)
The halogens.
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The polar chlorine group in neoprene rubber offers more resistance to rotational motion than does the methyl group in natural rubber.
The examples in table 6 show that changing the methyl group of polypropylene to a chlorine group changes the Tg from -10[degrees]C to 87[degrees]C.
The examples given in table 5 show that polyvinylidene chloride with opposing chlorine groups has a much lower Tg (-17[degrees]C) than polyvinyl chloride (87[degrees]C) which has only a single chlorine.