The comparison between the effects of solvent casting and melt intercalation mixing processes on different characteristics of polylactide-nanographite platelets composites

@inproceedings{Narimissa2015TheCB,
  title={The comparison between the effects of solvent casting and melt intercalation mixing processes on different characteristics of polylactide-nanographite platelets composites},
  author={Esmaeil Narimissa and Ratnesh Kumar Gupta and Nhol Kao and Hyoung Jin Choi and Siddhartha Bhattacharya},
  year={2015}
}
This study investigates the influence of enhanced dispersion of nanographite platelets (NGP) fillers through solvent casting mixing process on rheological, electrical and thermal properties of polylactide (PLA)/NGP composites. PLA/NGP composites were fabricated at 1 to 5 wt% filler contents by means of three processing techniques: (i) dry mixing and melt intercalation; (ii) solvent casting using dichloromethane organic solvent; and (iii) combination of solvent casting and melt intercalation… CONTINUE READING

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