Proposal of the polymer chain alignment model

@article{Andritsch2011ProposalOT,
  title={Proposal of the polymer chain alignment model},
  author={Thomas Andritsch and Roman Kochetov and P. H. F. Morshuis and J. J. H. Smit},
  journal={2011 Annual Report Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomena},
  year={2011},
  pages={624-627}
}
Four important models for explaining the properties that are observed in polymer based nanocomposites are the multi-core model, the intensity model, the interphase volume model and the double layer model. This paper outlines a new model, based on those four, which aims to explain certain properties that are considered unique to nanocomposites. The idea behind the polymer chain alignment model is that the material properties of nanocomposites strongly depend on processes prior to and during… CONTINUE READING
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