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Energies, Vol. 9, Pages 578: A Review of Dangerous Dust in Fusion Reactors: from Its Creation to Its Resuspension in Case of LOCA and LOVA

25-Jul-2016 | Malizia, Andrea ; Poggi, Luigi Antonio; Ciparisse, Jean-François ; Rossi, Riccardo ; Bellecci, Carlo ; Gaudio, Pasquale, Energies, 2016

The choice of materials for the future nuclear fusion reactors is a crucial issue. In the fusion reactors, the combination of very high temperatures, high radiation levels, intense production of transmuting elements and high thermomechanical loads requires very high-performance materials. Erosion ...


Influence of a long side‐chain contained reactive diluent on the structure and mechanical properties of UV‐cured films

28-May-2016 | Lu Shen, Ying Wang, Qiang Zhao, Fubin Luo, Junhua Chen, Mangeng Lu, Liyan Liang, Kun Wu, Jun Shi, Polymer International, 2016

Abstract The dimethacrylate reactive diluent (HEMA‐DDSA), a long side‐chain contained reactive diluent, was prepared by reacting 2‐dodecen‐1‐ylsuccinic anhydride with two equivalents of hydroxyethyl methacrylate. And its structure was characterized by IR, and 1H NMR spectroscopy. This new ...


Insights into the Mechanism and Kinetics of Thermo-Oxidative Degradation of HFPE High Performance Polymer

23-May-2016 | Sooraj Kunnikuruvan; Priya V. Parandekar; Om Prakash; Thomas K. Tsotsis; Nisanth N. Nair, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2016

The growing requisite for materials having high thermo-oxidative stability makes the design and development of high performance materials an active area of research. Fluorination of the polymer backbone is a widely applied strategy to improve various properties of the polymer, most importantly ...


Structure–Conductivity Relationships of Block Copolymer Membranes Based on Hydrated Protic Polymerized Ionic Liquids: Effect of Domain Spacing

04-Mar-2016 | Gabriel E. Sanoja; Bhooshan C. Popere; Bryan S. Beckingham; Christopher M. Evans; Nathaniel A. Lynd; Rachel A. Segalman, Macromolecules, 2016

Elucidating the relationship between chemical structure, morphology, and ionic conductivity is essential for designing novel high-performance materials for electrochemical applications. In this work, the effect of lamellar domain spacing (d) on ionic conductivity (σ) is investigated for a model ...


A Novel Thermo‐Polymerizable Aromatic Diamine: Synthesis and Application in Enhancement of the Properties of Conventional Polyimides

04-Feb-2016 | Yijie Luo, Jing Sun, Jiajia Wang, Kaikai Jin, Fengkai He, Qiang Fang, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2016

Owing to their important application in the production of high performance materials, aromatic diamines have received interest in many areas for several years. However, most of the polymers derivated from diamines show poor processability due to their rigid backbone. Although much effort has ...


Synthesis and properties of click coupled graphene oxide sheets with three‐dimensional macromolecules

18-Jan-2016 | Sibdas Singha Mahapatra, Madeshwaran Sekkarapatti Ramasamy, Hye Jin Yoo, Dong Hun Yi, Jae Whan Cho, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2016

ABSTRACT A facile click chemistry approach to the functionalization of three‐dimensional hyperbranched polyurethane (HPU) to graphene oxide (GO) nanosheets is presented. HPU‐functionalized GO samples of various compositions were synthesized by reacting alkyne‐functionalized HPU with ...


Polymorphic Extended-Chain and Folded-Chain Crystals in Poly(vinylidene fluoride) Achieved by Combination of High Pressure and Ion–Dipole Interaction

23-Nov-2015 | Yue Li; Saide Tang; Ming-Wang Pan; Lei Zhu; Gan-Ji Zhong; Zhong-Ming Li, Macromolecules, 2015

Manipulating polymorphism in extended chain-crystals (ECCs), which are commonly achieved by crystallization under high pressures, is important for enriching our understanding of basic polymer crystallization as well as for achieving high performance materials. In this study, the influence of high ...


Melt processed elemental sulfur reinforced polyethylene composites

03-Nov-2015 | Kishore K. Jena, Saeed M. Alhassan, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2015

ABSTRACT Elemental sulfur represents a largely unutilized resource for high performance materials development. In this context, elemental sulfur was investigated as reinforcing agent for high density polyethylene (HDPE) composites via extrusion. We were able to produce homogenous composites ...


Self-Assembled, Iridescent, Crustacean-Mimetic Nanocomposites with Tailored Periodicity and Layered Cuticular Structure

21-Sep-2015 | Baochun Wang; Andreas Walther, ACS Nano, 2015

Natural high-performance materials inspire the pursuit of ordered hard/soft nanocomposite structures at high fractions of reinforcements and with balanced molecular interactions. Herein, we develop a facile, waterborne self-assembly pathway to mimic the multiscale cuticle structure of the ...


Challenges and Opportunities in the Development of Conjugated Block Copolymers for Photovoltaics

15-Sep-2015 | Youngmin Lee; Enrique D. Gomez, Macromolecules, 2015

Fully conjugated block copolymers that covalently link donor and acceptor units within the molecular structure have the potential to simultaneously control the mesoscale assembly and interfacial structure. As a consequence, utilizing block copolymers as the active layer provides a unique ...


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