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2 w of DOP for rubbers swollen by small quantities of solvents [68] and also for many systems containing polycarbonates [64]. The common term used to define this effect is antiplasticization [69]. The concentration above which the plasticizer exhibits normal behavior is called the critical concentration [62], and it is inversely proportional to the plasticization efficiency [69]. 16 shows the variation of the tensile strength for plasticized PVC as a function of the plasticizer concentration for three different cases.

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