Kinetics and Mechanism of in situ Simultaneous Formation of Metal Nanoparticles in Stabilizing Polymer Matrix View Full Text


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DATE

2003-12

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Anatolii D. Pomogailo, Gulzhian I. Dzhardimalieva, Aleksander S. Rozenberg, Dmitri N. Muraviev

ABSTRACT

The kinetic peculiarities of the thermal transformations of unsaturated metal carboxylates (transition metal acrylates and maleates as well as their cocrystallites) and properties of metal-polymer nanocomposites formed have been studied. The composition and structure of metal-containing precursors and the products of the thermolysis were identified by X-ray analysis, optical and electron microscopy, magnetic measurements, EXAFS, IR and mass spectroscopy. The thermal transformations of metal-containing monomers studied are the complex process including dehydration, solid phase polymerization, and thermolysis process which proceed at varied temperature ranges. At 200–300°C the rate of thermal decay can be described by first-order equations. The products of decompositions are nanometer-sized particles of metal or its oxides with a narrow size distribution (the mean particle diameter of 5–10nm) stabilized by the polymer matrix. More... »

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497-519

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