Nanocarbon-Polymer Nanocomposites and Application: Use of Individually Dispersed and Functionalized CNTs and Graphene
- Nanocarbon-Polymer Nanocomposites and Application: Use of Individually Dispersed and Functionalized CNTs and Graphene
- Graphene; nanocomposite; polyurethane; self-healing; Mussel protein
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- 2013 추계 대한화학회
- Nanocarbon (CNT,Graphene, Fullerene etc.)-based materials have attracted much attention due to their
significant role in the development of new advanced materials. In spite of many advantages such as the
high mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties of nanocarbons, their homogeneous dispersion in a
polymer matrix has been a problem in obtaining high performance nanocomposites because of strong
interfacial interactions between nanocarbons. The choice and control of tailored functionalization sites
due to chemical modification of CNTs or graphenes are important to achieve high performance properties
in the polymer nanocomposites. There have been several reports on the functionalization of nanocarbons
including defect functionalization, covalent functionalization and noncovalent functionalization. In this
talk, the effective preparation methods of Nanocarbons-polymer nanocomposites are focused with some
applications for polymer actuators.
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