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Quelle: Bhattacharya et al. 2008
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1.3. Polymer Nanocomposite

Nanocomposite technology is a new developing field, in which nanofiller are added to a polymer to reinforce and provide novel characteristics. Nanocomposite technology is applicable to a wide range of polymers from thermoplastics and thermosets to elastomers. Two decades ago, researchers from Toyota Central Research and Development produced a new group of polymer-clay complexes or composites, which was aptly called polymer-layered silicate nanocomposite. Today, there is a variety of nanofillers used in nanocomposites. The most common types of fillers are natural clays, synthetic clays, nanostructured silicas, nanoceramics and carbon nanotubes. The property enhancements have allowed these materials to commercially compete with traditional materials [8].


[8] S. N.Bhattacharya, Rahul K. Gupta, Polymeric Nanocomposites Theory and Practice, Hanser 2008

1.1 Polymer Nanocomposites

Nanocomposite technology is a newly developed field, in which nanofillers are added to a polymer to reinforce and provide novel characteristics. Nanocomposite technology is applicable to a wide range of polymers from thermoplastics and thermosets to elastomers. Two decades ago, researchers from Toyota Central Research and Development produced a new group of polymer-clay complexes or composites, which was aptly called polymer-layered silicate nanocomposites or polymer nanocomposites. Today, there is a variety of nanofillers used in nanocomposites. Cost and availability continue to change as the field is relatively new and several of these fillers are still being developed. The most common types of fillers are natural clays (mined, refined and treated), synthetic clays, nanostructured silicas, nanoceramics, nanocalcium carbonates and nanotubes (carbon based). The properties conferred by the nanoparticles to the polymer matrix are remarkable. The property enhancements have allowed these materials to commercially compete with traditional materials.

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