Effect of quality parameters of starting raw materials, native carbon nanotubes (degree of defectiveness, thermal stability, morphology) on the properties of carboxylated and amidated nanotubes produced from these raw materials and on the homogeneity of a dispersion of amidated nanotubes in an epoxy oligomer was studied. The physicomechanical properties of epoxy nanocomposites produced from these dispersions were examined. It was found experimentally that an increase in the defectiveness of native nanotubes leads to a rise in the size of numerous aggregates in dispersions composed of an epoxy resin and amidated carbon nanotubes and, as a result, to deterioration of the physicomechanical characteristics of epoxy nanocomposites based on these dispersions.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 17, 2016
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