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Magnetic Polymer-Ferrite Nanocomposites: Structure, Physical and Mechanical Properties

By Remo Merijs-Meri, Mārtiņš Kalniņš, Valdis Kaļķis, Andris Šutka and Santa Strode


This research is devoted to the investigation of the ferrite modified polymer matrix nanocomposites. Auto-combustion route has been utilized for the manufacturing of the ferrite nanoparticles. The effect of initial chemical composition and most important processing parameters on the fineness of the ferrite nanopowder have been cleared out. Obtained ferrite nanoparticles have been introduced in a polycarbonate matrix by melt mixing. Most important technological parameters of the melt processing have been defined. Certain stress-strain, calorimetric and structural properties of the polycarbonate/ferrite nanocomposites has been investigated

Topics: polymer-ferrite nanocomposites, auto-combustion reaction
Publisher: Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
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