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polymer nanocomposites for electronic application

Started by Dr.Baiju Vidyadharan Mar 14, 2012. 0 Replies

Dear alli am doing phd in polymer nanocomposites for electronic application. is it a developing field?in my topic good .plese guide me .i just started. please help me by providing papers related to…Continue

difficulties using polymer nanocomposites

Started by kiruthika natesan. Last reply by Carlos Espinoza-González Mar 4, 2010. 1 Reply

Hi,    I am sure when we are using polymer nanocomposites many of us would have come up with difficulties .pl share your experience as to how you overcame it Continue

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Comment by Sujith Kalluri on November 18, 2013 at 7:16am

American Scientific Publishers (ASP) - LAUNCHES NEW JOURNAL “ADVANCED CARBON”

ASP has recently launched its new journal called “Advanced Carbon” which is a peer reviewed multidisciplinary international journal publishing original and high-quality articles, short communications, critical reviews, case studies etc, covering a wide range of topics in carbon related science and engineering.

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The authors will be informed on the decision within four (4) weeks after submission, and following acceptance, the article will be published in the journal’s next issue.

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Comment by siva on January 17, 2012 at 6:18am

Hi ds is siva from andhra pradesh,iam doing research on nano based polymer insulators


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Comment by Lidiya Ferapontova on June 9, 2011 at 10:56am
Vacancy: Technologist (processing engineer)

Company: Russian company partially owned by Rosnano
Manufacturing of modified layered nanosilicates, masterbatches and next generation polymer nanocomposite materials.

Location: European Russia
Candidates from other countries are welcome to apply for this job.

Requirements:

Higher vocational education, degree in chemistry of high-molecular compounds is desirable
Required experience in working as processing engineer not less than 10 years in one of the following areas:
- thermoplastic elastomers;
- cable compounds;
- adhesives for piping and packaging industry

Experience with Buss extruders and screw extruders (Bersdorff, Gamma Mekhanika)

Russian language proficiency will be helpful, but not critical. Interpreter will be provided.

Compensation: Excellent compensation package, relocation assistance.

Please send your CV and cover letter including salary expectations and/or
request for detailed information about this position to Lidiya Ferapontova at: ferapontova@glasford(dot)ru

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Comment by Ravikumara N R on June 1, 2011 at 10:03am
Hi Dear Sir/ Madam/Friends, I want interpretation for the Differential Scanning Calorimetry study for the Drug loaded biodegradable Nanoparticles. If any body is ready to help please let me know. Thanks in advance

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Comment by kamal P M on May 30, 2011 at 10:49am
How will you prepare monomer of PVA (polyvilyl alcohol) and Polymerize it easily

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Comment by Dr Mohammed Fahim Ansari on November 19, 2010 at 3:14pm
Anyone working on tribology of polymer nanocomposites?

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Comment by Dr Mohammed Fahim Ansari on November 19, 2010 at 3:12pm
Any replies?
Does nanoreinforcement really reduce friction coefficient of polymer composite?
Does nanoreinforcement really shifts Tg of polymer matrix if observed thru DMA? Is the shift substantial

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Comment by Carlos Espinoza-González on September 4, 2010 at 5:54pm
Hi everyone.
About the preparation of polymer nanocomposites, some Scientist have a wrong idea about its preparation. It is not as easy as it seems (polymer + nanoparticles = polymer nanocomposite). If you dont get a full dispersion of the nanoparticles or nanostructures into the polymer matrices, all properties of the material decrease.
The full dispersion of nanostrures into polymer matrices depend of many factors as: Particle size, viscosity of the matrix, the nature of the agglomerate, type of nanoparticle, chemical structure of the polymer matrix, dispersion method (liquid or melt). For example, It is more difficult to get a full dipsersion of Carbon nanotubes in a molten polymer than calcium carbonate nanoparticles in a molten polymer, due the CNTs has a stronger interparticle interaction than calcium carbonate nanoparticles. Therefore, ordinary conditions on extrusion process will not be enough to get a full dispersion of CNTs. The use of extrussion process assisted by ultrasound has been a real proof of this.

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Comment by Dragana on July 26, 2010 at 8:14pm
I live in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
I wanted to work with polymer nanocomposites, but my desires stayed at the theory part. Finished my diploma thesis, hoping it would help me in advance. Really worked hard, translated tones of papers, and had no conditions to do practical part. Lame, dont you think?
Now I am unemployed Chemical Technology engineer.
So things you talk about made me think...we are at the sinking bottom of science

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Comment by K.Varaprasad on July 26, 2010 at 5:29pm
Dear prashantha
Can You give Your mail ID, I will send you my CV to you sir(As your message). thanking you
 
 
 

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