Polymer nanocomposites: processing, characterization, and applications

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McGraw-Hill, Apr 18, 2006 - Science - 272 pages
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Understand the principles, applications, and limitations of a cutting-edge material

Based on the author's 26 years of experience in the field of Nanotechnology, this reference offers researchers and materials scientists a complete reference to the physical concepts, techniques, applications and principles underlying one of the most researched materials.

  • Keeps you abreast of the latest trends, developments, and commercial applications

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Contents

An Overview of Nanoparticles
9
Selecting Resin Matrix and Nanoparticles for Applications
51
Processing of Nanomaterials
61
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Dr. Joseph H. Koo has 26 years of industrial and academic experience in program and engineering management. Currently, he is a Research Scientist in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Texas, Austin, TX, where he is the Chairman of the newly established SAMPE Nanotechnology Committee. He specializes in polymer nanostructured materials: processing, characterization, and applications; flammability of polymeric materials; modeling of high-temperature composites and fire protective polymers; and qualification of materials for thermal and fire protection applications. Dr. Koo has published over 140 papers in materials, thermal, and optical science disciplines in various journals.

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