Neutron reflectometry has been used to study the formation of thin polyphenylene films produced by the aromatization of poly(5,6-cis-diacetocyclohexa-l,3-diene). It has been found that the process results in the production of films with non-uniform density in a direction normal to the surface. In addition, the aromatized films are found to have a much higher surface roughness than the precursor polymer film. This has been attributed to the disrupting effect of the volatile products of aromatization.
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A neutron reflectometry study of the production of thin polyphenylene films from precursor polymer / A. N. Burgess and A. Nevin and H. B. Stanley // Polymer. – 1992. – Vol 33. – P. 4141-4144.