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Polymer-Surface Interactions in Nanfilled Polymers

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Author(s)

Alamgir Karim, Jack F. Douglas, A Nakatani, Eric J. Amis, D B. Majumdar

Abstract

We review recent investigations of conventional and nanoparticle filled polymers using atomic force and optical microscopy, scattering (x-ray, neutron and visible light) to characterize the influence of filler particles on the phase separation morphology and phase diagrams of filled polymer blends and the phase separation and dewetting kinetics of nanoparticle filled polymer films. Emphasis is given to the influence of polymer-surface interactions on the properties of filled polymers.
Citation
International SAMPE Technical Conference Proceedings

Keywords

filled polymers, polymer-filler interactions, statics and dynamics

Citation

Karim, A. , Douglas, J. , Nakatani, A. , Amis, E. and Majumdar, D. (2008), Polymer-Surface Interactions in Nanfilled Polymers, International SAMPE Technical Conference Proceedings (Accessed June 22, 2024)

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Created October 16, 2008