Novel Nanocomposite Optical Plastics: Dispersion of Titanium in Polyacrylates

@inproceedings{Suri2010NovelNO,
  title={Novel Nanocomposite Optical Plastics: Dispersion of Titanium in Polyacrylates},
  author={Gunjan Suri and Mohit Tyagi and Geetha Seshadri and G. L. Verma and Rakesh Kumar Khandal},
  year={2010}
}
Polyacrylates have become the preferred materials for optical applications replacing the conventionally used glass due to their superior optical clarity. The major disadvantage with polyacrylates is their low (1.40–1.50) refractive index besides their poor impact resistance. The improvements in refractive index as well as mechanical properties can be achieved by way of incorporation of metals or metal compounds in the matrix. A novel methodology for the incorporation of high refractive index… CONTINUE READING

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