|Title||Nanocomposite Films Based on Functional Copolymers with Embedded Carbon Nanotubes|
|Date of Issue||2014|
|Publisher||Sumy State University|
|Citation||Proc. NAP 3, 02NNSA03 (2014)|
The conductive nanocomposite films based on functional reactive copolymers and bifunctional alcohols with embedded multiwall carbon nanotubes have been obtained via spin-coating of component suspension followed by thermal treatment. The study of the processes of polymer film formation witness that film cross-linking occurs owing to the reactions of peroxide groups presented in the structure of copolymers as well as due to the interactions between maleic anhydride groups of copolymers with bifunctional alcohols. The conductivity of formed polymer nanocomposites has been studied and their percolation threshold has been determined. It has been shown that conductive properties of the nanocomposites depend on the specific surface of carbon nanotubes, as well as on composite compositions and obtaining conditions.
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