Dielectric design of LDPE properties: With the help of double-core Si/SiO2 and Carbon Black

@article{Frechette2016DielectricDO,
  title={Dielectric design of LDPE properties: With the help of double-core Si/SiO2 and Carbon Black},
  author={M. F. Frechette and René Veillette and Melanie Trudeau and Andrea Pirondelli and D. Fabiani and Tuan. Tran Anh and Behzad Ghafarizadeh and E Dausch David and Daniel El-Khoury and J. Navarro Castell{\'o}n and Richard Arinero},
  journal={2016 IEEE Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomena (CEIDP)},
  year={2016},
  pages={52-57}
}
Low-density Polyethylene (LDPE) was modified by using simultaneously 2 additives. Each additive had a specific attribute. Silicon was used. Using TEM with EELS, it was proved first that the passivated version constituted a double core consisting of Si surrounded by a nanometric layer of amorphous Silica (SiO2). Thus Si brought the possibility of an enlarged dielectric storage capacity with a barrier controlling the electrical charge movement (via SiO2). Silicon was used in conjunction with… CONTINUE READING

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