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Polylactide/montmorillonite nanocomposites: Structure, dielectric, viscoelastic and thermal properties
Abstract Polylactide-based systems composed of an organoclay (Cloisite ® 30B) and/or a compatibilizer (Exxelor VA1803) prepared by melt blending were investigated. Two types of not compatibilizedExpand
Electrical and mechanical properties of carbon nanotube/ultrahigh-molecular-weight polyethylene composites prepared by a filler prelocalization method†
The method of preparation and the properties of conductive composites of ultrahigh-molecular-weight polyethylene with different carbon nanotubes (CNTs) as conductive fillers are presented. TheExpand
Ionic elastomers based on carboxylated nitrile rubber (XNBR) and magnesium aluminum layered double hydroxide (hydrotalcite)
The presence of carboxyl groups in carboxylated nitrile butadiene rubber (XNBR) allows it to be cured with dif- ferent agents. This study considers the effect of crosslinking of XNBR by magnesiumExpand
Conductive polymer composites based on metallic nanofiller as smart materials for current limiting devices
The influence of the structure and the temperature on the Conductive Polymer Composites (CPC) properties has been studied. The investigated CPC are based on homo- and heterogeneous polymer blends ofExpand
Percolation network of polypyrrole in conducting polymer composites
Abstract Polypyrrole-bisphenol A based epoxy composites have been prepared using different amines as hardener systems. The conductivity was studied as a function of the PPy content and compared toExpand
Dielectric and dynamic mechanical relaxation behaviour of poly(ethylene 2,6 naphthalene dicarboxylate). I. Amorphous films
Abstract The dielectric and dynamic mechanical behaviour of amorphous poly(ethylene 2,6 naphthalene dicarboxylate) (PEN) and of thermally annealed samples is reported as a function of the morphology.Expand
From conductive polymer composites with controlled morphology to smart materials
Conductive polymer composites (CPC) based on insulating matrix with conductive dispersed fillers are extensively studied since many years. A specific feature of such materials is a value of theExpand
In situ monitoring of cyclic butylene terephtalate polymerization by dielectric sensing
The in situ monitoring of the polymerization of cyclic butylene terephtalate (CBT) oligomers by dielectric sensing has been investigated under isothermal conditions at different processingExpand
Hydrogenated carbon layers produced by ion beam irradiation of PMMA and polystyrene films
Abstract The dissociation of the polymeric structure, which results from ion beam irradiation, leads to the formation of hydrogenated carbon layers exhibiting new optical and conducting properties atExpand
Polyurethane/poly(hydroxyethyl methacrylate) semi-interpenetrating polymer networks for biomedical applications
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The bacterial adhesion and cytotoxicity data suggest that semi-IPNs with PHEMA content above 22% may be used for biomedical material applications and demonstrates that the components are immiscible. Expand
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