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One-pot synthesis, characterization and properties of acid-catalyzed resorcinol/formaldehyde cross-linked silica aerogels and their conversion to hierarchical porous carbon monoliths

Aerogels are ultra-light, insulative, porous materials that have a wide variety of applications. The aim of this study was to synthesize resorcinol/formaldehyde (RF) cross-linked silica aerogels in one pot by acid catalysis. A thermal constant analyzer measured the thermal conductivity of the RF/SiO2 ...

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Thermal conductivity and adhesion properties of thermally conductive pressure-sensitive adhesives

Thermally conductive pressure-sensitive adhesives (TC-PSA) are used in electronic devices and industrial applications. This paper examined how particle size, shape, and the addition of a coupling agent (GSP) affected the thermal conductivity of TC-PSA. A thermophysical properties analyzer measured the thermal conductivity of the particle-filled ...

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Modification of tannin based rigid foams using oligomers of a hyperbranched poly(amine-ester) 

This paper examined the synthesis of hyperbranched polymers (HBPs) and how their hydroxyl end groups help form networks in tannin-based foams. A thermal analyzer (TPS) measured the thermal conductivity of the foam samples using the transient plane source (TPS) method. Results showed that modified foams ...

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Processing of microcellular cordierite ceramics from a preceramic polymer

Researchers have developed an innovative processing route for producing microcellular cordierite ceramics within a three-step method. A) constructing ceramic-filled foams by heating a mixture of polysiloxane, expandable microspheres, talc, and alumina B) cross-linking the foamed body, and C) with the use of sintering, convert the ...

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Thermal conductivity and structure of non-covalent functionalized graphene/epoxy composites

As technology advances, the need for inexpensive polymer-based composites possessing high thermal conductive properties has become more and more important. Previously, the addition of thermal conductive particles, such as alumina, boron nitride and alumina nitride, has caused an increase in the thermal conductivity of the ...

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