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    Title: 以熔融插層法製備尼龍6/膨潤土納米複合材料
    Authors: 林博中;鄭廖平;林達鎔
    Contributors: 淡江大學化學工程學系
    Keywords: 奈米複合材料;皂土;耐龍6;熔融插層法;層間距離;Nanocomposite;Bentonite;Nylon 6;Melt Intercalation Method;Interlayer Distance
    Date: 2001-01
    Issue Date: 2014-02-09 00:45:07 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究利用插層劑與膨潤土作陽離子交換,再把不同量的尼龍6與已膨潤黏土作熔融插層,改變熱壓溫度和熱壓時間,製備尼龍6/膨潤土納米複合材料,由XRD圖探討膨潤土層間距離的變化。由XRD圖發現尼龍6/膨潤土的比例為50/ 50時,熱壓溫度為230℃以上時,膨潤土層間距離可達4.41nm。
    In this research, an inorgainic-organic nacomposite materual(bentonite-Nylon 6) was prepared by melt intercalation method.Bentonite was cation exchanged with amino acid to form expanedbentonite, which was then melt intercalated with Nylon 6 in differentprocess conditions, such as, temperature, bentonite-Nylon 6 ratio, andtime. Using XRD, the interlayer distances of the nanocomposites weremeasured. The results indicated a maximum increase from 1.21nm beforeintercalation to 4.41nm in the composite occurring at 230<T
    Relation: 第二十四屆高分子研討會論文專輯2001=Proceediings of the 24th ROC Polymer Symposium 2001
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering] Proceeding

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