The mechanism of stabilization of carbon nanotubes by ultrasonic treatment in the presence of a superplasticizer of new generation, based on polycarboxylate resin ethers, is analyzed. The main factors determining the stability of lyophobic systems as applied to solutions of stabilized carbon nanotubes are considered. The plots illustrating the efficiency of using solutions of stabilized carbon nanotubes in production of cement composites are presented. The solutions of stabilized carbon nanotubes preserve their properties for a long time. This feature allows preparation of repair mixes with required properties for performing various building works.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 25, 2015
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