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Besides, one has to use the fast speeds of mixing for satisfactory dispersing of the organoclay in the polymeric matrix. The method of obtaining the polymeric nanocomposites in melt (or the method of extrusion) is the mixing of the polymer melted with the organoclay. The polymeric chains lose the considerable amount of the conformational entropy during the intercalation. The probable motive force for this process is the important contribution of the enthalpy of the interaction between the polymer and organoclay at mixing.
Such phenomena have been observed in numerous polymeric composites [73-75]. 39 The first notions on the lowered flammability of the polymeric nanocomposites on the organoclay basis appeared in 1976 in the patent on the composite based on the nylon-6 . The serious papers in the field were absent till the 1995 . The use of the calorimeter is very effective for studying the refractoriness of the polymers. It can help at measuring the heat release, the carbon monoxide depletion and others. The speed of the heat release is one of the most important parameters defining the refractoriness .
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