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Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Nano-particles as Modifiers for Polymer Composite Matrices

Jesson, David, Arkhireeva, A, Hay, JN, Smith, Paul and Watts, John (2004) Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Nano-particles as Modifiers for Polymer Composite Matrices In: 11th European Conference on Composite Materials, 2004-05-31 - 2004-06-03, Rhodes, Greece.

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Divisions : Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences > Mechanical Engineering Sciences
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Arkhireeva, A
Hay, JN
Date : 2004
Copyright Disclaimer : Organically modified silica (ormosil) nano-particles have been prepared with phenyl group functionality and have been incorporated into a polyester resin at loadings of up to 10 volume percent, using various processing routes to disperse the nano-particles. The phenyl ormosil nano-particle modified resins have been characterised mechanically utilising Charpy and fracture mechanics (compact tension) tests and the results have been compared with corresponding data from unmodified resin. The effects of the ormosil nano-particles and the solvents utilised in the effective dispersion of the nano-particles on the morphology and properties of the modified resin systems are discussed.
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