All stress-strain curves were obtained from an HY-0580 tension machine (HENGYI Company). The cylindrical shaped tested samples (height, 15 mm; diameter, 4.72 mm) were first molded in plastic injection syringes, and the samples were then fixed on the jigs of the tension machine by two glass slices. The initial length (5 mm) was considered as the gap between the two edges of the glass slices. Unless otherwise noted, the tensile stress was measured at a constant speed of 200 mm/min. The data were recorded in real time by a connected computer.

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