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Polyurethane foam found in household furnishings and bedding creates a severe fire hazard, resulting in loss of life and property each year. In an effort to reduce the flammability of polyurethane foam, a polyelectrolyte multilayer (PEM) coating, comprised of polyethylenimine and polyacrylic...
Pure copper nanopowders are hydrogen-reduced in order to eliminate surface oxides and produce hierarchic architectures having inner-sponge structures with partially bonded nano/ultrafine particles and outer irregular-agglomerate boundaries. Due to a decrease in surface area by the particle...
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The present article reports viscoelastic properties and melt rheology of novel nanostructured thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPVs) consisting of dispersed nanodimensional fluoroelastomer (FKM) particles into the continuous polyamide (PA6) matrix. The influence of dynamic vulcanization on the above...
We describe herein the synthesis of solid Au@Pd and hollow AgPd nanoflowers displaying controlled sizes and compositions in order to investigate how their size, composition, and the presence of Au in the core of the nanoparticles influence their catalytic performance toward both liquid and...
The effects of Cr, Ni, and Fe substitution into manganese cobaltite (MCO) spinels are of great interest due to the roles that the diffusion of these cations play in reaction layer development during high temperature exposure of MCO-coated alloys. Here we report a study on a series of model Cr-,...
Similar to free surfaces, the grain boundaries (GBs) in metals, semiconductors and insulators can contain flat (faceted) and curved (rough) portions. In the majority of cases, facets are parallel to the most densely packed planes of coincidence sites lattice formed by two lattices of abutting...
We have used high-resolution techniques (nanoindentation, atomic force microscopy) to further isolate and identify environmental effects previously reported as possibly affecting both the microindentation response of a range of ceramic materials and their tribological behaviour. In order to make...
Exfoliated graphite (EG) refers to graphite that has a degree of separation of a substantial portion of the carbon layers in the graphite. Graphite nanoplatelet (GNP) is commonly prepared by mechanical agitation of EG. The EG exhibits clinginess, due to its cellular structure, but GNP does not....
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