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Recommended Papers for: In-Situ Polymerization

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Significantly Enhanced and Precisely Modeled Thermal Conductivity in Polyimide Nanocomposites by Chemically Modified Graphene via in-situ Polymerization and Electrospinning-hot press Technology

Chemically modified graphene (CMG) was obtained by combining aminopropyllsobutyl polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane (NH2-POSS) and hydrazine monohydrate to functionalize graphene oxide (GO). CMG and polyimide (PI) were combined to create the CMG/PI nanocomposite. The properties of this nanocomposite were obtained using a variety of methods. The thermal conductivity measurements were performed using a TPS instrument by utilizing the transient plane source (TPS) method. It was found that the thermal ...

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Preparation and thermal performance of gypsum boards incorporated with microencapsulated phase change materials for thermal regulation 

Phase change materials (PCMs) store large amounts of latent heat over small temperature ranges, so their application in the thermal regulation of buildings is becoming more popular. However, PCMs have low thermal conductivities, so micro-encapsulated PCMs (micro-PCMs) are being incorporated into PCMs to enhance their performance and improve thermal conductivity. In this study, micro-PCMs were mixed with thermally conductive, inorganic gypsum powder and glass fiber to produce gypsum boards. The ...

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Thermal conductivity enhancement of MWNTs on the PANI/tetradecanol form-stable PCM

PANI/tetradecanol/MWNTs composites were prepared via in-situ polymerization and analyzed for their use as phase change materials. The MWNTs were randomly dispersed in the composite and it was determined that the PCM was form-stable and that phase separation of the MWNTs and PANI/tetradecanol wouldn't occur....

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Influence of core materials on thermal properties of melamine-formaldehyde microcapsules

A series of melamine-formaldehyde microcapsules were synthesized using an in-situ polymerization and subsequently characterized for their thermal and structural properties. SEM and FT-IR were used to investigate the structural properties and DSC and TGA were used to investigate the thermal properties. The authors concluded that the thermo-physical properties of the microcapsules were related to the synthesis conditions and the core content of the capsules....

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