8 edition of Polymer-layered silicate and silica nanocomposites found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Y.C. Ke and P. Stroeve and F.S. Wang.|
|Contributions||Stroeve, Pieter, 1945-, Wang, F. S.|
|LC Classifications||TA418.9.N35 K4 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005049111|
Many issues are unresolved as to the mechanism of these property enhancements. We report here on our continuing study of the mechanism of flammability reduction with recent results for polypropylene-graft-maleic anhydride and polystyrene layered-silicate nanocomposites using Cited by: 6. TY - BOOK. T1 - Polymer-Layer Silicate Nanocomposites. AU - Potarniche, Catalina-Gabriela. PY - / Y1 - / N2 - Nowadays, some of the material challenges arise from a performance point of view as well as from recycling and : Catalina-Gabriela Potarniche.
polymer/silica nanocomposites have attracted substantial academic and industrial interest. In fact, among the numerous inorganic/organic nanocomposites, polymer/silica composites are the most commonly reported in the literature. They have received much attention in recent years and have been employed in a variety of applications. Polymer/layered silicate nanocomposites are prepared by a variety of routes. One of the first materials, a Nylon 6 nanocomposite, was prepared by in situ polymerisation of ψ-caprolactam in a dispersion of montomorrillonite. The silicate can be dispersed in liquid monomer or a .
Polymer-Layered Silicate Nanocomposites: Synthesis, Properties and Applications Emmanuel P. Giannelis Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY , USA Polymer nanocomposites, especially polymer-layered silicate (PLS) nanocomposites, represent a radical alternative to conventionally (macro-. Abstract Nanocomposites result from the combination of materials with different properties at the nanometer scale. Some examples of these include: polymers combined with layered-silicate, polymers combined with nano-silica, hybrid materials prepared by sol-gel methods and POSS : Jeffrey W. Gilman, A B. Morgan, Richard H. Harris, Paul C. Trulove, H DeLong, T E. Sutto.
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It also discusses classical colloidal theory and its applications to nanocomposites. In polymer-layered silicate and silica nanocomposites, the polymers used are those Polymer-layered silicate and silica nanocomposites book are universal.
Layered silicates are those minerals that assemble regularly with the unit crystalline layer, usually at the nanoscale. Polymer-Layered Silicate and Silica Nanocomposites [Ke, Y.C., Stroeve, P.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Polymer-Layered Silicate and Silica NanocompositesCited by: Polymer-Layered Silicate and Silica Nanocomposites - Kindle edition by Ke, Y.
C., Stroeve, P. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Polymer-Layered Silicate and Silica Nanocomposites. Description Polymer-Layered Silicate and Silica Nanocomposites includes advanced materials and nanocomposites based on silica and layered silicates obtained from resources in China.
Using nanotechnology, these inorganic materials can be filled, in-situ polymerised and combined with polymers. This book includes advanced materials and nanocomposites based on silica and layered silicates obtained from resources in China.
Using nanotechnology, these inorganic materials can be filled. Polymer-layered silicate and silica nanocomposites Y.C.
Ke, P. Stroeve This book includes advanced materials and nanocomposites based on silica and layered silicates obtained from resources in China. Using nanotechnology, these inorganic materials can be filled, in-situ polymerised and combined with polymers with nanoscale dispersions.
The resulting polymer layered silicate (PLS) nanocomposites exhibit properties dramatically different from their more conventional counterparts.
For example, PLS nanocomposites can attain a particular degree of stiffness, strength and barrier properties with far less inorganic content than comparable glass‐ or mineral reinforced polymers and Cited by: The advent of polymer layered silicate nanocomposites has revolutionized research into polymer composite materials.
Nanocomposites are organic-inorganic hybrid materials in which at least one dimension of the filler is less than by: Layered silicates dispersed as a reinforcing phase in an engineering polymer matrix are one of the most important forms of such “hybrid organic–inorganic nanocomposites” (Okada and Usuki, ; Giannelis, ; Ogawa and Kuroda, ).
Although the high aspect ratio of silicate nanolayers is ideal for reinforcement, the nanolayers are not Cited by: Polymer nanocomposites, and especially layered silicate-based polymer nanocomposites, represent a radical alternative to conventionally filled polymers.
Because of the dispersion of nanometer-size silicate layers, these nanocomposites exhibit markedly improved properties when compared to the unfilled polymers or conventional microcomposites.
the past two decades or so has been nanocomposite materials in which at least one component has nanos-cale dimensions [2,3].
One of the best examples of such materials are polymer-layered silicate nano-composites (PLSNs) [4–8]. In PLSNs, the large surface-to-volume ratios of the inorganic component leads to significant improvements in File Size: 3MB.
Polymer matrix based layered silicate nanocomposites have become a prominent area as it constitute a class of hybrid composites which the hybrid composite materials exhibit significant improvement in mechanical, decrease in gas permeability and flammability, heat distortion and thermal stability at very low filler content when compared with virgin polymers or conventional macro and Author: Hazizan Md Akil, Nur Suraya Anis Ahmad Bakhtiar, Nor Hafizah Che Ismail.
This book includes advanced materials and nanocomposites based on silica and layered silicates obtained from resources in China.
Using nanotechnology, these inorganic materials can be filled, in-situ polymerised and combined with polymers with nanoscale dispersions. A Novel Route to Inducing Disorder in Model Polymer-Layered Silicate Nanocomposites.
Macromolecules39 (5), DOI: / by: This paper is a review of polymer nanocomposites used for flame retardancy applications, including commercial materials and open literature examples.
Where possible, details on how the nanocomposite and flame retardant work together will be by: Structure and Dynamics of Hyperbranched Polymer/Layered Silicate Nanocomposites. Macromolecules46 (7), DOI: /maq. Valérie Geiser, Yves Leterrier, and Jan-Anders E.
Månson. Rheological Behavior of Concentrated Hyperbranched Polymer/Silica Nanocomposite by: Several kinds of polymer (PET,PBT,PE,PP,etc.)-layered silicate and silica nanocomposites are prepared and investigated based on our research works, inventions and applications. They are prepared and modified aiming at their applications to such fields as, functional films, barrier materials, coatings, and engineering plastics.
(). Recent advances in polymer/layered silicate nanocomposites: an overview from science to technology. Materials Science and Technology: Vol.
22, Polymer nanocomposites: microstructure control, properties and processing, pp. Cited by: characterization as well as the properties of polymer layered silicate nanocomposites.
The advent of polymer layered silicate nanocomposites has revolutionized research into polymer composite materials. Nanocomposites are organic-inorganic hybrid materials in which at least one dimension of the filler is less than nm.
A number of synthesis. Purchase Polymer Nanocomposites - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN. Abstract A review is given of the academic and industrial aspects of the preparation, characterization, materials properties, crystallization behavior, melt rheology, and processing of polymer/layered silicate nanocomposites.
These materials are attracting considerable interest in polymer science research. Hectorite and montmorillonite are among the most commonly used smectite-type layered.Ch. 1. Background on polymer-layered silicate and silica nanocomposites --Ch.
2. Modification and dispersion of silicate and silica --Ch. 3. Polymer-layered silicate and silica nanocomposites --Ch. 4. Morphology, assembly and properties --Ch. 5. Characterization and techniques --Ch. 6. Applications and products. Responsibility. This chapter aims at exploring the revolutionary field of nanotechnology and some of its promising aspects in polymer nanocomposites in view of preparation, characterization, materials properties, and processing of polymer layered silicate nanocomposites.
These materials are attracting considerable interest in polymer science by: 1.