Inorganic Polymeric Nanocomposites and Membranes (Advances by Akihiro Abe, Karel Dusˇek, Shiro Kobayashi, O. Becker, B.

By Akihiro Abe, Karel Dusˇek, Shiro Kobayashi, O. Becker, B. Boutevin, F. Guida-Pietrasanta, N. Hasegawa, M. Klapper, P.V. Kostoglodov, D. Likhatchev, K. Müllen, M. Kato, A.L. Rusanov, G.P. Simon, A. Usuki

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The use of HBP has shown some promising improvement in mechanical properties of epoxy systems, along with beneficial low viscosities for ease of processing [17, 18]. 3 Thermoplastic toughening of thermosets Although the first attempts of thermoset toughening through thermoplastic addition showed only modest enhancement in toughness [19], these studies created much interest in the field, resulting in the exploration of many different factors which lead to further significant improvements. The main areas explored were the toughening effect of reactive end-groups, morphology and Epoxy Layered Silicate Nanocomposites 35 matrix ductility, as well as the chemical structure and molecular weight of the thermoplastic.

Ternary systems consisting of a layered silicate, epoxy and a third polymeric component . . . . . . . . . . 70 70 Conclusions and Future Directions . . . . . . . . . . . 75 References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 9 71 Abstract Nanostructured organic-inorganic composites have been the source of much attention in both academic and industrial research in recent years. Composite materials, by definition, result from the combination of two distinctly dissimilar materials, the overall behavior determined not only by properties of the individual components, but by the degree of dispersion and interfacial properties.

Kong and Park [64] investigated the exfoliation behaviour of DGEBA/octadecylamine-montmorillonite cured with three different high-performance curing agents: m-phenylenediamine, 4, 4 -diaminodiphenylmethane and 4, 4 -diaminodiphenyl sulphone. Due to the high melting temperature, the DDS-cured system was synthesized at 150 ◦ C, rather than 75 ◦ C. Since changes in cure temperature may affect a number of parameters such as catalytic effects and reaction rate, comparison between these systems should be Epoxy Layered Silicate Nanocomposites 53 undertaken with caution.

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