I am a student pursuing M.Sc in Nanoscience, at Amity University, India. As per the syllabus of ours, we are suppose to take up an year of dissertation in the field of interest affiliated by esteemed Universities around the globe. So, I request you please give some suggestions to let me acknowledge about my future plans. I am deeply interested in ,Polymer nanocomposites; concepts. I would be happy if I would get some interesting suggestions and advices too.
dear prof/reseracher, Its prashant kumar, submitting my ph.d thesis on non-lithographic techniques of surface nanostructuring in december 2008 at university of hyderabad. I have experience of thin film coating, synthesis of nanowires, nanodots and characterization by AFM, SEM, VSM, PL spectra, MR measurements, surface plasmons etc and I seek post-doctoral post and for that I require your help, plz. convey to me if you find anything interesting. or else plz. advise how to get into the groove.I can work towards materials science, engineering, chemical engineering, biomedical applications of nanoparticles, memory application of nanodots etc or any industrial applications of nanoparticles, nanodots or nanowires.
Dear Dr Kotsilkova, this is Dr Paolo Bariani from Schaefer company. I have recently joint this interesting network, by the way, do you plan to attend the confernce on functional nanocoatings in Budapest?
I am a chemical engineer and I prepared an project about poliymer nanocomposites experimentally. In addtion, currently I am studying a new project about polymer nanocomposites. I am glad to meet you. I hope we can share a lot of things about nanocomposites.
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Doctor of Sciences. Professor of Materials Science in the Central Laboratory of Physico-Chemical Mechanics of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Leader of the Thematic Group “Clusters, Nanoparticles, Composites” and member of the Expert Council of the National Centre on Nanotechnology.
Thermoset Nanocomposites for Engineering Applications
Smithers Rapra, 2007
Edited by Rumiana Kotsilkova
Thermoset nanocomposites are complex hybrid materials which integrate nanoparticles with polymers to produce a novel nanostructure, with extraordinary properties. Organic/inorganic hybrids are some of the most challenging nanostructures investigated to date. What differentiates nanocomposite materials from classical composites is the degree of control of fabrication, processing and performance, that can be achieved down to a very small scale.
Thermoset polymer nanocomposites have received less interest in their scientific development and engineering applications than thermoplastic nanocomposites. However, some of these materials may be relatively easy to bring into production. The understanding of characteristics of the interphase region and the estimation of technology-structure-property relationships are the current research frontier in nanocomposite materials.
This book summarises the experimental results of work on thermoset nanocomposites obtained from the collaboration of three research groups from Bulgaria, Greece and Italy, and analyses some of results reported in the literature. The engineering resin nanocomposites are restricted to the most commonly used thermosets, such as epoxy resins, unsaturated polyesters, acrylic resins, and so on. Various nanoparticles have been found to be useful for nanocomposite preparation with thermosetting polymers, along with smectite clay, diamond, graphite, alumina and ferroxides.
Thermoset nanocomposites represent a new technology solution. These new formulations benefit from improved dimensional/thermal stability, flame retardancy and chemical resistance; and have potential applications in marine, industrial and construction markets.
This book helps to answer questions related to the design of nanocomposites by controlling the processing technology and structure. The book is addressed not only to researchers and engineers who actively work in the broad field of nanocomposite technology, but also to newcomers and students who have just started investigations in this multidisciplinary field of material science.
Welcome! Nanopaprika was cooked up by Hungarian chemistry PhD student in 2007. The main idea was to create something more personal than the other nano networks already on the Internet. Community is open to everyone from post-doctorial researchers and professors to students everywhere.
There is only one important assumption: you have to be interested in nano!
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