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By Sabu Thomas, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Maciej Jaroszewski, Josmine P. Jose
The target of this new compendium is to supply an outstanding figuring out of the hot advancements in complex polymeric fabrics from macro- to nano-length scales. Composites have gotten extra vital simply because they could aid to enhance our caliber of existence, similar to being positioned into provider in flight autos, autos, boats, pipelines, structures, roads, bridges, and dozens of different items, together with clinical items. The chapters conceal a large number of vital advances, together with motives of the importance of the recent fillers, like graphene and carbon nanotubes, in several matrix structures. insurance of the applying of those fabrics in organic and others fields additionally makes this publication specified.
Topics contain advances at the processing, houses, recyclability, and reparability, and functions for polymer matrix composites, ceramic matrix composites, carbon matrix composites, wood-based composites, biocomposites, ecocomposites, nanocomposites, and more.
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FTIR analysis confirms the complexation of MSA with host polymer. 77 mol% of methanesulfonic acid complexed with PVP. Conductivity shows Arrhenius behavior type of thermally activated process. Dielectric spectra indicate that the number of charge carriers may increase with the rise of temperature. Modulus analysis shows the non-Debye nature of the polymer electrolyte films. KEYWORDS •• •• •• •• •• methanesulfonic acid modulus analysis N,N-dimethyl formamide nafion poly (vinyl pyrrolidone) REFERENCES 1.
8). Thermal, photophysical and charge-transporting properties as © 2011 by Woodhead Publishing India Pvt. Ltd. 8 VIIIa-c. well as morphology of VIIIa-c found to be influenced by the nature of the aryl substituents attached to the triazine core. The meta–meta linkage between the triazine core and the peripheral aryl moieties in VIIIa-b restrict the effective extension of their π-conjugation that lead to displaying high triplet energies. Time-of-flight mobility measurements revealed good electron mobilities for these compounds (>10–4 cm2V–1s–1); following the order VIIIb > VIIIc > VIIIa.
This peak is found to be shifted in the polymer – acid complexes and is shown in Fig. 1 (a). Peaks at 1036 cm–1 and 1126 cm–1 corresponds to νs(SO3–) and νs(S=O)2 vibrations respectively for pure MSA. In the polymer electrolyte membranes, above mentioned peaks are shifted to the region 1034–1063 cm–1 and 1157–1166 cm–1 for stretching vibrations of SO3– ions and (S=O)2, respectively, which is shown in Fig. 1 (b). This may be due to the interaction of SO3– ions with PVP. The peaks at 1316 cm–1, 844 cm–1 of PVP are attributed to CH2 wagging, CH2 bending, respectively, and are also found to be shifted towards higher wave number side.
Advanced Polymeric Materials: From Macro- to Nano-Length Scales by Sabu Thomas, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Maciej Jaroszewski, Josmine P. Jose