Rheological properties of epoxy compounds containing pernigraniline and emeraldine forms of polyaniline were studied. The emeraldine form of polyaniline catalyzes the curing of epoxy compounds. The influence of the emeraldine and pernigraniline forms of polyaniline on the glass transition point of epoxy polymeric materials was determined. The elastic and deformation properties of the epoxy polymeric materials were studied. At up to 0.28 wt % content of the emeraldine form of polyaniline, the elastic modulus and ultimate strength increase. Introduction of the pernigraniline form of polyaniline leads to a decrease in the elastic modulus and to an insignificant increase in the ultimate strength of the epoxy polymeric materials.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 16, 2015
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