International Journal of Polymer Science / 2016 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Modification of Leather Split by In Situ Polymerization of Acrylates

Table 2

Physical properties and polymer contents of the PMA/leather split composites.

MonomerTensile strength (MPa)Tear strength (N/mm)Elongation at break (%)Softness indexPolymer content (wt%)

None14.86 (±4.12)45.43 (±8.74)40.17 (±6.43)5.28 (±0.36)0
MMA31.90 (±2.21)72.66 (±4.44)21.10 (±2.10)3.19 (±0.21)19.91 (±0.58)
EMA22.54 (±1.98)63.50 (±5.01)36.21 (±4.32)4.51 (±0.18)19.53 (±0.33)
nBMA18.72 (±1.41)62.79 (±3.77)46.02 (±3.48)5.41 (±0.17)17.36 (±0.60)
iBMA16.59 (±2.43)67.01 (±4.83)42.43 (±3.92)5.18 (±0.19)19.58 (±0.58)
tBMA18.10 (±1.68)68.29 (±4.21)38.65 (±4.25)4.19 (±0.16)19.91 (±0.35)
nHMA18.76 (±1.71)67.46 (±3.73)46.88 (±3.61)5.22 (±0.22)16.88 (±0.29)
iOMA19.04 (±2.03)56.66 (±4.67)48.98 (±3.77)4.53 (±0.14)15.27 (±0.48)
iDMA19.23 (±1.69)52.41 (±4.05)51.10 (±4.12)4.35 (±0.20)13.85 (±0.56)
LMA35.45 (±0.29)
SMA37.66 (±1.33)