Fabrication of Metal Oxide-Polymer Hybrid Nanocomposites

Title
Fabrication of Metal Oxide-Polymer Hybrid Nanocomposites
Author(s)
심재진할도리유바라즈
Keywords
TRANSFER RADICAL POLYMERIZATION; HIGH REFRACTIVE-INDEX; CORE-SHELL NANOPARTICLES; IN-SITU POLYMERIZATION; ZNO QUANTUM DOTS; SOL-GEL METHOD; DENSITY POLYETHYLENE/ZNO NANOCOMPOSITES; INVERSE MINIEMULSION POLYMERIZATION; ORGANIC-INORGANIC NANOCOMPOSITES; ESTER RESIN NANOCOMPOSITES
Issue Date
201501
Publisher
SPRINGER INT PUBLISHING AG
Citation
ORGANIC-INORGANIC HYBRID NANOMATERIALS, v.267, pp.249 - 281
Abstract
The synthesis of polymer/metal oxide hybrid nanocomposites has attracted increasing attention because of their potential applications. The advances in polymer science have provided the ability to prepare a wide range of materials with controllable mechanical, thermal, and electroactive properties. As part of this renewed interest in nanocomposites, many researchers have begun seeking new strategies for engineering nanocomposite materials that combine the desirable properties of nanoparticles (NPs) with those of polymers. Previous research has revealed a number of key challenges in producing nanocomposites with the desired behavior. The greatest hindrance to the large-scale production and commercialization of nanocomposites is the lack of cost-effective methods for controlling the dispersion of NPs in their polymeric hosts. Nanoscale particles typically aggregate, which negates any benefit associated with their small dimensions. The particles must be integrated in such a way that isolated, well-dispersed primary NPs are found inside the matrix. Processing techniques are needed that are effective on the nanoscale yet applicable to macroscopic processing. Synthetic strategies for nanocomposites with high homogeneity are a challenge. Several attempts have been made to synthesize nanocomposites and they can be classified under two major categories: ex-situ and in-situ processes. This review discusses both ex-situ and in-situ methods with appropriate examples.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/33745http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/12_2014_285
ISSN
0065-3195
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