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Elaboration and characterization of novel polyamide-12-layered titanoniobates nanocomposites

Abstract : This article describes the synthesis and the characterization of a polyamide-12 filled with a nanostructured organic/inorganic titanoniobate hybrid material. The pristine oxide KTiNbO5 has been successfully organomodified by N-alkyl amines via an acido-basic reaction after a cationic exchange step as shown by x-ray diffraction. Transmission electron microscope study and scanning transmission electron microscope observations have been used to describe the change of morphology of the nanofillers before and after processing; the micronic aggregates were changed into single sheets and dispersed in the polymer. Thermomechanical properties of the composites have been determined, and their analyses with structure-properties models are consistent with the exfoliation of the organomodified titanoniobates.
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Sophie Chausson, Richard Retoux, Jean-Michel Rueff, Loïc Le Pluart, Pierre-Jean Madec, et al.. Elaboration and characterization of novel polyamide-12-layered titanoniobates nanocomposites. Journal of Materials Research, 2009, 24 (11), pp.3358 - 3371. ⟨10.1557/jmr.2009.0410⟩. ⟨hal-01580240⟩



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