Heat capacity of poly(vinyl chloride) filled with nanodispersed copper

@article{Kolupaev2014HeatCO,
  title={Heat capacity of poly(vinyl chloride) filled with nanodispersed copper},
  author={B. B. Kolupaev and V.V. Klepko and Eugene Lebedev and T. G. Lyashuk},
  journal={Polymer Science Series A},
  year={2014},
  volume={56},
  pages={337-345}
}
Results of studies of the heat capacities of poly(vinyl chloride)-based composites that contain copper nanoparticles as a filler and are prepared via electrical explosion of wire are described. In the temperature range T = 303–468 K at copper concentrations of φ = 0–0.10 vol %, the temperature and concentration dependences of the heat capacities of the composites undergo nonlinear variations. The form of the spectral distribution function of the vibration frequencies of the structural elements… 
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