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Abbreviated form and colloquialism for polymorphonuclear leukocyte.


polyadenylic acid
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Poly 4 that was synthesized by the reaction of 1,9-nonanediol and TEOC gave the best result among the synthesized polymers.
For instance, Poly 4 reached its maximum capacity in 25 min.
50, and 75 wt% by combining poly(DOCDA-PPD) with poly(DOCDA-ODA) and poly(6FDA-ODA) with poly (DOCDA-ODA), respectively.
For rheological measurements, a standard procedure for preparing PI blend solutions in NMP from poly (DOCDA-PPD), poly(DOCDA-ODA), and poly (6FDA-ODA) was applied.
2 for both poly(DOCDA-PPD)/poly(DOCDA-ODA) and poly (6FDA-ODA )/poly(DOCDA-ODA) systems.
5 were used to obtain the Taut optical gap energy, [E.sub.G], for poly (DOCDA-PPD), poly(DOCDA-ODA), and poly(6FDA-ODA), as well as for poly(DOCDA- PPD)/poly(DOCDA-ODA) and poly(6FIDA-ODA)/poly (DOCDA-ODA).
Thus, the energy gap [E.sub.G] for the poly(6FDA-ODA)/ poly(DOCDA-ODA) blend is higher than that for the poly (DOCDA- PPD)/poly(DOCDA-ODA) one.
The value of Urbach energy is 303 meV for the poly(6FDA-ODA) transparent PI, whereas for more colored films, it increases to about 314 and 329 meV for poly(DOCDA-ODA) and poly (DOCDA-PPD), respectively.
The refractive indices of PIs follow the order: poly (6FDA-ODA) < poly(DOCDA-ODA) < poly (DOCDA-PPD).
This domain decreases with the increase of the poly (DOCDA-ODA) content.
The poly(6FDA-ODA)/ poly (DOCDA-ODA) blends reveal a flow behavior index slightly lower that the unity, comparatively with pure PIs, and a higher solution consistency, induced by the poly(6-FDA-ODA) component present in blends.