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Polylactic acid foaming material and preparation method thereof

The invention provides a polylactic acid foaming material and a preparation method thereof. The polylactic acid foaming material is prepared from the following ingredients according to parts by weight: 45-93 parts of polylactic acid, 5-28 parts of toughener, 1-5 parts of nucleating agent and 1-10 parts of foaming agent. The polylactic acid is one of poly-L-lactic acid, poly-D-lactic acid and poly-DL-lactic acid or a mixture or a polymer thereof, and has the weight average molar mass of 0.8-3.5 million, molecular weight distribution of 1.2-2.5, and degree of crystallinity of 15-60 percent. The toughener is one of poly succinic acid butyl ester and poly adipate/butylene terephthalate or a mixture of two with random ratio. Other accessory ingredients can also be added. The preparation method comprises the following steps: evenly mixing the polylactic acid, the toughener, the nucleating agent, the foaming agent, the accessory ingredients and the like in a high mixing machine according to a certain proportion, then milling for 5-25 minutes at the temperature of 100-170 DEG C, and carrying out die pressing foaming on obtained materials at the temperature of 120-210 DEG C on a vulcanizing machine for 2-10 minutes to prepare the polylactic acid foaming material. The polylactic acid foaming material prepared by using the preparation method has the advantages of high resistance to shock, high elongation at break, high tensile strength and complete biodegradation after used.

Encapsulation method for top radiation organic EL part

The invention belongs to the organic electroluminescence field, in particular to a packaging method for a top-emitting organic electroluminescent device, comprising the packaging to the top-emitting organic electroluminescent device having an upright structure and an inverted structure. A layer of organic or inorganic material which has a thickness of 10nm to 100nm and has high transmittance in a visible light region and is also easy of thermal evaporation deposition is coated on a top electrode of the top-emitting organic electroluminescent device to serve as a protective layer of the device, then a luminous zone of the device is coated with package resin, and finally a transparent packaging cover plate is pressed thereon. The method improves the packaging tightness of the device, avoids the damage to the device caused by friction, and overcomes the disadvantages of complicated operational procedures, long solidification time and high costs of the previous packaging process, and the method has advantages of simple process, short solidification time, low costs and good barrier property of oxygen and vapor, and is widely applied in the aspect of packaging to electronic and electrical devices such as organic electroluminescent devices (OLED).
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