High performance epoxy resins and chemical recycling of epoxy based composites
- High performance epoxy resins and chemical recycling of epoxy based composites
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- 2019년 한국고분자학회 춘계학술대회
- Epoxy resin (EP), the most common thermosetting resin, forms a three-dimensional cross-linked network structure. EP has been used in various industrial applications because of its good adhesion, chemical resistance, thermal resistance, and mechanical properties. Despite its good properties, there has been a persistent demand for more functional EP that can be used in potential applications such as in automotive, aerospace, construction, and electronic industries. In this presentation, I will describe recent progress for enhancing the crosslink density, glass transition temperature and mechanical properties of EP using nanocarbon materials as a curing agent and synthesizing highly thermal conductive epoxy resins. Finally, I introduce a new chemical recycling method that overcomes the disadvantages of thermosetting resins that cannot be recycled because they are insoluble and infusible after curing.
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