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Properties of impact modifier reinforced PPS/MWCNT Nanocomposite  

Park, Ji Soo (Department of Applied Chemical Engineering, School of Energy.Material.Chemical Engineering, Korea University of Technology and Education)
Kim, Seung Beom (Department of Applied Chemical Engineering, School of Energy.Material.Chemical Engineering, Korea University of Technology and Education)
Nam, Byeong Uk (Department of Applied Chemical Engineering, School of Energy.Material.Chemical Engineering, Korea University of Technology and Education)
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Journal of the Semiconductor & Display Technology / v.11, no.2, 2012 , pp. 75-80 More about this Journal
Polymer composites which have electrical properties have been studied in various industries. The Multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWCNT) are thought to be reinforcements for polymers because of their high aspect ratio and specially mechanical, thermal and electrical properties. We introduced MWCNT and impact modifier in order to improve thermal and mechanical properties of Polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) and give electric characteristic to PPS. The thermal properties were investigated by Differential scanning calorimeter (DSC) and Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA). The morphology, mechanical properties and electrical characteristic were performed by Field emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM), Izod impact tester and surface resistance meter. As a result, we could find that the PPS/MWCNT composites have high conductivity and good mechanical properties than neat PPS resin.
MWCNT(Multi-walled carbon nanotube); PPS(Polyphenylene sulfide); Impact modifier; Electrical property; Mechanical property; Thermal property;
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