Characterization Of Polymer Blends

Author: Sabu Thomas
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527645616
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Utracki, L.A. (1989) Polymer Alloys and Blends, Hanser Verlag, Munich. Hamley,
I. (1998) The Physics of Block Copolymers, Oxford Publishers, London. Balt a-
Calleja, F.J. and Fakirov, S. (2000) The Microhardness of Polymers, Cambridge
University Press, Cambridge. Michler, G.H. and Balt a-Calleja, F.J. (eds) (2005)
Mechanical Properties of Polymers based on Nanostructure and Morphology,
CRC Press, Boca Raton. 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 Michler, G.H. and Balt a
-Calleja, ...

Micro And Nanostructured Multiphase Polymer Blend Systems

Author: Charef Harrats
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1420026542
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The present book is mainly centered around the phase morphologies and
interface multiphase polymer blend systems. Since phase morphologies and
interface properties are two of the main parameters that determine the thermal,
physical, chemical, and mechanical properties of polymer blends, the book
covers a very sensitive area, one that relates to the performance of polymer blend
based materials. This book is intended to be a reference for basic and practical
knowledge about ...

Multiphase Polymer Systems

Author: Andreea Irina Barzic
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 149875564X
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Concomitantly the book deals with basic investigation techniques that are sensitive in elucidating the features of each phase. It also discusses the latest research trends that offer new solutions for advanced bio- and nanotechnologies.

In Situ Small Angle X Ray Scattering Investigation Of Transient Nanostructure Of Multi Phase Polymer Materials Under Mechanical Deformation

Author: Ahmad Zeinolebadi
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642354130
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Thus polymers have received a huge attention due to their potential of hosting
multiple functions. Designing such advanced materials with tailored properties
requires deep understanding of structure-property relationship of polymers.
Polymers often form complex microstructures. For instance, copolymers form
different morphologies according to their processing conditions. Each
morphology in turn gives rise to especial mechanical/physical properties.
Moreover, the launch of hybrid ...

Atlas Of Polymer Structures

Author: Goerg H. Prof. Dr. Michler
Publisher: Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG
ISBN: 1569905584
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The organized structure of the book based on polymer groups, together with helpful tables to guide the reader easily to the appropriate images according to polymer type, morphological detail, deformation structure, or other structural ...

Polymer Layered Silicate And Silica Nanocomposites

Author: Y.C. Ke
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080457581
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Morphology,. Assembly. and. Properties. OUTLINE Introduction 212
Nanostructure and morphology 212 4.1.1. Particle statistical distribution 212 4.1.2
. Particle size deviation 217 4.1.3. Phase separation 221 4.1.4. Particle order 226
4.1.5. Intercalation dynamics and agglomerations 226 4.1.6. Particle ... modulus
244 4.4.2. Brittleness–ductility 244 4.4.3. Particle load–mechanical property
relationship for PP-MMTs and PEO–MMTs 245 Special properties of
nanocomposites 246 4.5.1.

Interfaces Phenomena And Nanostructures In Lithium Batteries

Author: Albert R. Landgrebe
Publisher: The Electrochemical Society
ISBN: 9781566773058
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As electrolytes, rubbery (low Tg) block copolymers consisting of a PEO-based
polyfoligo(oxyethylene) methacrylate] (POEM) block doped with lithium triflate
and a poly(lauryl methacrylate) (PLMA) block have demonstrated high ionic
conductivity while retaining dimensional ... The nanoscale morphology confers
solid-like mechanical properties to the material at macroscopic scales even if
both polymer blocks reside well above their respective glass transition
temperatures (2,3).