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Glass Transition Temperature
When an amorphous polymer is heated, the temperature at which the polymer structure turns “viscous liquid or rubbery" is called the Glass Transition Temperature, Tg. It is also defined as a temperature at which amorphous polymer takes on characteristic glassy-state properties like brittleness, stiffness and rigidity (upon cooling).