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Dielectric Spectroscopy During Extrusion Processing of Polyamide-6 Nanocomposites

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Author(s)

Rick D. Davis, Anthony J. Bur, Jeffrey W. Gilman, Young Jong Lee, P R. Start

Abstract

During extrusion processing dielectric spectroscopy was conducted on polyamide-6 (PA6) and organoclay/polyamide-6 nanocomposites. Off-line curve fitting of the on-line dielectric data generated dielectric dispersion parameters that appear sensitive to organoclay concentration and nanomorphology. Specific to these points, the influence of organoclay on the Maxwell-Wagner strength of relaxation and characteristic frequency will be discussed.
Citation
ACS PMSE Preprint

Keywords

dielectric spectroscopy, exfoliation, extrusion, high throughput, nanocomposite, organoclay

Citation

Davis, R. , Bur, A. , Gilman, J. , Lee, Y. and Start, P. (2017), Dielectric Spectroscopy During Extrusion Processing of Polyamide-6 Nanocomposites, ACS PMSE Preprint (Accessed June 12, 2024)

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Created February 19, 2017