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Preparation of zinc oxide free, transparent rubber nanocomposites using a layered double hydroxide filler

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Preparation of zinc oxide free, transparent rubber nanocomposites using a layered double hydroxide filler. / Das, Amit; Wang, De Yi; Leuteritz, Andreas; Subramaniam, Kalaivani; Greenwell, H. Chris; Wagenknecht, Udo; Heinrich, Gert.

julkaisussa: Journal of Materials Chemistry, Vuosikerta 21, Nro 20, 28.05.2011, s. 7194-7200.

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Das, A, Wang, DY, Leuteritz, A, Subramaniam, K, Greenwell, HC, Wagenknecht, U & Heinrich, G 2011, 'Preparation of zinc oxide free, transparent rubber nanocomposites using a layered double hydroxide filler', Journal of Materials Chemistry, Vuosikerta. 21, Nro 20, Sivut 7194-7200. https://doi.org/10.1039/c0jm03784b

APA

Das, A., Wang, D. Y., Leuteritz, A., Subramaniam, K., Greenwell, H. C., Wagenknecht, U., & Heinrich, G. (2011). Preparation of zinc oxide free, transparent rubber nanocomposites using a layered double hydroxide filler. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 21(20), 7194-7200. https://doi.org/10.1039/c0jm03784b

Vancouver

Das A, Wang DY, Leuteritz A, Subramaniam K, Greenwell HC, Wagenknecht U et al. Preparation of zinc oxide free, transparent rubber nanocomposites using a layered double hydroxide filler. Journal of Materials Chemistry. 2011 touko 28;21(20):7194-7200. https://doi.org/10.1039/c0jm03784b

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Das, Amit ; Wang, De Yi ; Leuteritz, Andreas ; Subramaniam, Kalaivani ; Greenwell, H. Chris ; Wagenknecht, Udo ; Heinrich, Gert. / Preparation of zinc oxide free, transparent rubber nanocomposites using a layered double hydroxide filler. Julkaisussa: Journal of Materials Chemistry. 2011 ; Vuosikerta 21, Nro 20. Sivut 7194-7200.

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abstract = "A layered double hydroxide (LDH) mineral filler particle has been designed and employed in rubber vulcanization to prepare a more environmentally friendly rubber composite. The LDH delivers zinc ions in the vulcanization process as accelerators, stearate anions as activators and simultaneously the mineral sheets act as a nanofiller to reinforce the rubber matrix whilst totally replacing the separate zinc oxide (ZnO) and stearic acid conventionally used in the formulation of rubber. This method leads to a significant reduction (nearly 10 times) of the zinc level and yields excellent transparent properties in the final rubber product. The morphological characterization, rheometric curing behaviour, mechanical properties and uniaxial multi-hysteresis behaviours of the resultant rubber/LDH nanocomposite are studied in this paper.",
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