Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components = Total Volume of Crystalline Components/Total Volume of Specimen
εc = vc/v
This formula uses 3 Variables
Variables Used
Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components - Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components is defined as the volume of a crystalline component divided by the volume of all components present in a polymer.
Total Volume of Crystalline Components - (Measured in Cubic Meter) - Total Volume of Crystalline Components is a measure of the total amount of space that crystalline components occupies.
Total Volume of Specimen - (Measured in Cubic Meter) - Total Volume of Specimen is a measure of the total amount of space that specimen occupies.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Total Volume of Crystalline Components: 4.3 Cubic Meter --> 4.3 Cubic Meter No Conversion Required
Total Volume of Specimen: 8.8 Cubic Meter --> 8.8 Cubic Meter No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
εc = vc/v --> 4.3/8.8
Evaluating ... ...
εc = 0.488636363636364
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.488636363636364 --> No Conversion Required
FINAL ANSWER
0.488636363636364 <-- Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components
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9 Crystallinity in Polymers Calculators

Mass Fraction of Crystalline Components given Specific Volume

Mass Fraction of Crystalline Components given Specific Volume

Formula
`"μ"_{"c"} = ("v'"_{"a"}-"v'")/("v'"_{"a"}-"v'"_{"c"})`

Example
`"0.416667"=("5.1cm³/g"-"4.1cm³/g")/("5.1cm³/g"-"2.7cm³/g")`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Mass Fraction of Crystalline Components = (Specific Volume of Amorphous Component-Specific Volume of Specimen)/(Specific Volume of Amorphous Component-Specific Volume of Crystalline Component)
Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components given Density

Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components given Density

Formula
`"ε"_{"c"} = (("ρ"-"ρ"_{"a"})/("ρ"_{"c"}-"ρ"_{"a"}))`

Example
`"1.457143"=(("2.52g/cm³"-"1.5g/cm³")/("2.2g/cm³"-"1.5g/cm³"))`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components = ((Density of Specimen-Density of Amorphous Component)/(Density of Crystalline Component-Density of Amorphous Component))
Mass Fraction of Crystalline Components given Density

Mass Fraction of Crystalline Components given Density

Formula
`"μ"_{"c"} = ("ρ"_{"c"}*"v"_{"c"})/("ρ"*"v")`

Example
`"0.426587"=("2.2g/cm³"*"4.3m³")/("2.52g/cm³"*"8.8m³")`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Mass Fraction of Crystalline Components = (Density of Crystalline Component*Total Volume of Crystalline Components)/(Density of Specimen*Total Volume of Specimen)
Mass Fraction of Crystalline Regions

Mass Fraction of Crystalline Regions

Formula
`"μ"_{"c"} = "A"_{"c"}/("A"_{"c"}+"A"_{"a"})`

Example
`"0.4375"="7W/m²*sr"/("7W/m²*sr"+"9W/m²*sr")`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Mass Fraction of Crystalline Components = Area Under Crystalline Peak/(Area Under Crystalline Peak+Area Under Amorphous Hump)
Total Volume of Crystalline Components given Volume Fraction

Total Volume of Crystalline Components given Volume Fraction

Formula
`"v"_{"c"} = "ε"_{"c"}*"v"`

Example
`"3.52m³"="0.4"*"8.8m³"`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Total Volume of Crystalline Components = Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components*Total Volume of Specimen
Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components

Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components

Formula
`"ε"_{"c"} = "v"_{"c"}/"v"`

Example
`"0.488636"="4.3m³"/"8.8m³"`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components = Total Volume of Crystalline Components/Total Volume of Specimen
Total Volume of Specimen

Total Volume of Specimen

Formula
`"v" = "v"_{"c"}+"v"_{"a"}`

Example
`"8.8m³"="4.3m³"+"4.5m³"`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Total Volume of Specimen = Total Volume of Crystalline Components+Total Volume of Amorphous Components
Mass Fraction of Crystalline Components

Mass Fraction of Crystalline Components

Formula
`"μ"_{"c"} = "m"_{"c"}/"m"`

Example
`"0.444444"="4g"/"9g"`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Mass Fraction of Crystalline Components = Total Mass of Crystalline Components/Total Mass of Specimen
Total Mass of Specimen

Total Mass of Specimen

Formula
`"m" = "m"_{"c"}+"m"_{"a"}`

Example
`"9g"="4g"+"5g"`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Total Mass of Specimen = Total Mass of Crystalline Components+Total Mass of Amorphous Components

Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components Formula

Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components = Total Volume of Crystalline Components/Total Volume of Specimen
εc = vc/v

What is Degree of Crystallinity?

The degree of crystallinity is defined as the fractional amount of polymer that is crystalline and it is either expressed in terms of the mass fraction or the volume fraction. • For semi-crystalline polymers, the degree of crystallinity is one of its most important physical parameters since it reflects the sample's morphology and determines various mechanical properties, such as the Young modulus, yield stress as well as impact strength. • Differential scanning calorimetry is widely used to determine the amount of crystalline material. It can be used to determine the fractional amount of crystallinity in a polymer sample. Other commonly used methods are X-ray diffraction, density measurements, and infrared spectroscopy.

How to Calculate Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components?

Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components calculator uses Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components = Total Volume of Crystalline Components/Total Volume of Specimen to calculate the Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components, The Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components formula is defined as the ratio of total volume of crystalline components to the total volume of specimen. Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components is denoted by εc symbol.

How to calculate Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components, enter Total Volume of Crystalline Components (vc) & Total Volume of Specimen (v) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.488636 = 4.3/8.8.

FAQ

What is Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components?
The Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components formula is defined as the ratio of total volume of crystalline components to the total volume of specimen and is represented as εc = vc/v or Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components = Total Volume of Crystalline Components/Total Volume of Specimen. Total Volume of Crystalline Components is a measure of the total amount of space that crystalline components occupies & Total Volume of Specimen is a measure of the total amount of space that specimen occupies.
How to calculate Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components?
The Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components formula is defined as the ratio of total volume of crystalline components to the total volume of specimen is calculated using Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components = Total Volume of Crystalline Components/Total Volume of Specimen. To calculate Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components, you need Total Volume of Crystalline Components (vc) & Total Volume of Specimen (v). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Total Volume of Crystalline Components & Total Volume of Specimen and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components?
In this formula, Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components uses Total Volume of Crystalline Components & Total Volume of Specimen. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Volume Fraction of Crystalline Components = ((Density of Specimen-Density of Amorphous Component)/(Density of Crystalline Component-Density of Amorphous Component))
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