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Saul Sanchez, Francisco Rodriguez, Pierre G. Lafleur, Julio Laria, Nancy Diaz, Alfonso Barbosa, Tomas Lozano , Ana Beatriz Morales, Homero Salas-Papayanopolos, Guillermo Martinez, Felipe Cerino, March 2014
Modifying the interface in polypropylene/wollastonite composites during compounding improves dispersion of the filler and increases impact strength and ductility.
Aydin Sunol, Ilknur Kucuk, Dilhan Kalyon , Halil Gevgilili, Seda Aktas, January 2014
A single-screw-extrusion-based foaming process using supercritical
carbon dioxide can effectively generate foams of poly(ether imide) at high temperatures while providing excellent control of the foam's properties.
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Any article that is cited in another manuscript or other work is required to use the correct reference style. Below is an example of the reference style for SPE articles:
Brown, H. L. and Jones, D. H. 2016, May.
"Insert title of paper here in quotes,"
ANTEC 2016 - Indianapolis, Indiana, USA May 23-25, 2016. [On-line].
Society of Plastics Engineers
Note: if there are more than three authors you may use the first author's name and et al. EG Brown, H. L. et al.