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The comparison is done with data obtained at low temperature where plastic deformation is negligible. od agreement; the ultimate tensile strength, however, is slightly higher in the rolled sample than in the drawn material. A similar behavior is found in FF, when the values of the drawn material of high draw ratio extrapolated to low A are compared to those of the rolled FF. The disagreement in the tensile strength indicates that, despite a great many similarities in the basic deformation process during drawing and rolling, some CALORIMETRY OF POLYETHYLENE 23 differences in the structure and properties exist between the two cases.