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Crystallization kinetics behavior of ionic liquid [EMIM][BF4] confined in mesoporous silica matrices

This study focused on the crystallization kinetics behavior of pure ionic liquid (IL) (1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium tetrafluoro borate; EMIMBF4) as well as IL confined in mesoporous silica matrices (termed as ionogel). X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) and transient plane source (TPS) measurements have been used to explain ...

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Physical study of room-temperature-cured epoxy/thermally reduced graphene oxides with various contents of oxygen-containing groups

Epoxy nanocomposites containing thermally reduced graphene oxides (TRGs) with different oxygen contents were prepared and their mechanical and thermal properties were investigated. It was found that increasing the number of oxygen containing groups on the TRGs resulted in reduced agglomeration of the graphene oxides within ...

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Influence of Sliding Speed on the Tribological Characteristics of Si3N4-hBN Ceramic Materials

A disc of a composite ceramic material composed of silicon nitride (Si3N4) and 20% hBN was prepared and its tribological characteristics were investigated by sliding a Si3N4 pin across its surface at different sliding speeds. The friction coefficient and wear coefficient were determined for ...

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Mechanical and thermal properties of polylactide-grafted vapor-grown carbon nanofiber/polylactide nanocomposites

Vapor-grown carbon nanofiber (VGCF) was functionalized by the covalent bonding of polylactide (PLA) in order to generate a composite known as PLA-g-VGCF. This is a multiple step process and does not produce the same composites as regular melt compounding (VGCF/PLA). This new composite was ...

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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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