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Long-Term Stability of UHMWPE Fibers

Author(s)
Amanda L. Forster, Aaron M. Forster, Joannie W. Chin, Chiao-Chi Lin, Sylvain H. Petit, Kai-Li Kang, Nicholas G. Paulter Jr., Michael A. Riley, Kirk D. Rice
The superior performance of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fi bers is predicated on the development of a highly aligned molecular structure that

Fate of nanoparticles during life cycle of polymer nanocomposites

Author(s)
Tinh Nguyen, Bastien T. Pellegrin, Coralie Bernard, Xiaohong Gu, Justin M. Gorham, Paul E. Stutzman, Deborah S. Jacobs, Walter E. Byrd, John W. Hettenhouser, Joannie W. Chin
Nanoparticles are increasingly used in consumer and structural polymeric products to enhance a variety of properties. Under the influences of environmental

Role of Nanoparticles in Life Cycle of Nanocomposites

Author(s)
Xiaohong Gu, Guodong Chen, Minhua Zhao, Stephanie S. Watson, Paul E. Stutzman, Tinh Nguyen, Joannie W. Chin, Jonathan W. Martin
The objective of this study is to investigate the role of ZnO nanoparticles in the life cycle of a waterborne polyurethane (PU) nanocomposite during UV exposure

Ultraviolet Weathering of Firefighter Protective Clothing

Author(s)
Rick D. Davis, Joannie W. Chin, Chiao-Chi Lin, Sylvain H. Petit
Exposure to simulated ultraviolet sunlight at 50 C and 50 % relative humidity caused a significant deterioration in the mechanical performance of polyaramid

NIST Sustainable Infrastructure Material Program

Author(s)
Jonathan W. Martin, Xiaohong Gu, Tinh Nguyen, Joannie W. Chin
NIST has initiated a research program for improving the quality of the data input for making economic sustainability assessments of polymeric infrastructure

Water based Polyurethane Graphene Oxide Nanocomposites

Author(s)
Coralie Bernard, Tinh Nguyen, Bastien T. Pellegrin, Mat Celina, Alexander J. Shapiro, Deborah S. Jacobs, Kar T. Tan, Sungjin Park, R. S. Ruoff, Joannie W. Chin
Graphene oxides are potentially a new class of nanomaterial to enhance multifunctional properties of polymers because of their remarkable thermal conductivity