Nanocomposite

 

Nanomaterials that combine one or more separate components in order to obtain the best properties of each component (composite). In nanocomposite, nanoparticles (clay, metal, carbon nanotubes) act as fillers in a matrix, usually polymer matrix.

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Composite material in which at least one of the phases has at least one dimension on the nanoscale.

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(materials) A material that results from the intimate mixture of two or more nanophase materials.

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Composite in which at least one of the phases has at least one dimension on the nanoscale

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Multiphase structure in which at least one of the phases has at least one dimension in the nanoscale

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Materials that result from the intimate mixture of two or more nanophase materials. See composite.

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Polymer/inorganic nanocomposites are composed of two or more physically distinct components with one or more average dimensions smaller than 100nm. From the structural point of view, the role of inorganic filler, usually as particles or fibres, is to provide intrinsic strength and stiffness while the polymer matrix can adhere to and bind the inorganic component so that forces applied to the composite are transmitted evenly to the filler.

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Nanomaterials that combine one or more separate components in order to obtain the best properties of each component (composite). In nanocomposite, nanoparticles (clay, metal, carbon nanotubes) act as fillers in a matrix, usually polymer matrix.

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New class of plastics derived from a highly refined form of nanoclay that disperses in plastic resins. These nano-sized particles are composed of montmorillonite minerals.

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The materials and processes required to disperse nanoscale particles in plastics, metals, or ceramics.

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Polymer/inorganic nanocomposites are composed of two or more physically distinct components with one or more average dimensions smaller than 100 nanometers. From the structural point of view, the role of inorganic filler, usually as particles or fibers, is to provide intrinsic strength and stiffness while the polymer matrix can adhere to and bind the inorganic component so that forces applied to the composite are transmitted evenly to the filler.

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Nanogate refers the nano-structured materials that arise from the processes of chemical nanotechnology as composite materials (composites) or nano composites. In terms of composite materials, the company differentiates between hybrid composites and nano particle composites. Within their chemical evolutionary process, hybrid composites use exclusively organic and inorganic compounds as a basic material (precursor). On the other hand, in the beginning or already during the chemical evolutionary process, external nano particles can be systematically added to the nano particle composite.

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Polymer/inorganic nanocomposites are composed of two or more physically distinct components with one or more average dimensions smaller than 100nm. From the structural point of view, the role of inorganic filler, usually as particles or fibres, is to provide intrinsic strength and stiffness while the polymer matrix can adhere to and bind the inorganic component so that forces applied to the composite are transmitted evenly to the filler.

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