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An inert material added to resin composite to increase strength and abrasion resistance. Filler particles are usually composed of quartz or glasses containing barium or...

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Nanocomposites with Biodegradable Polymers

Edited by Vikas Mittal.

April 2011; p ublished online September 2011 .

Book. Subjects: Condensed Matter Physics. 448 pages.

Polymer nanocomposites with practically all the commercial polymer matrices have been synthesized and nano-scale filler dispersion has been achieved with varying degrees of success. The...

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Biodegradable thermoplastic starch/poly (vinyl alcohol)

Katherine M. Dean, Euthathios Petinakis and Long Yu.

in Nanocomposites with Biodegradable Polymers

April 2011; p ublished online September 2011 .

Chapter. Subjects: Condensed Matter Physics. 5021 words.

In this chapter, the formation, structures, and properties of a series of thermoplastic starch/ poly(vinylalcohol)(PVOH) nanocomposites with layered silicates are discussed. The relative...

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Bio-nanocomposites for food packaging applications

Caisa Johannson.

in Nanocomposites with Biodegradable Polymers

April 2011; p ublished online September 2011 .

Chapter. Subjects: Condensed Matter Physics. 10030 words.

Reduction of packaging waste has been a strong motivation for replacing plastic packaging materials by biodegradable materials from renewable sources during the last decades. The efficiency...

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Bio-nanocomposites: future high-value materials

Vikas Mittal.

in Nanocomposites with Biodegradable Polymers

April 2011; p ublished online September 2011 .

Chapter. Subjects: Condensed Matter Physics. 8556 words.

Polymer nanocomposites are the materials with much improved properties than the constituent polymers. The nanoscale dispersion of the filler in the polymer matrix leads to the generation of...

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Gelatine-based bio-nanocomposites

Francisco M. Fernandes, Margarita Darder, Ana I. Ruiz, Pilar Aranda and Eduardo Ruiz-Hitzky.

in Nanocomposites with Biodegradable Polymers

April 2011; p ublished online September 2011 .

Chapter. Subjects: Condensed Matter Physics. 11542 words.

Gelatine is a well-known structural protein widely used in the daily life, as well as in the scientific and technological areas for the preparation of a great variety of composite...

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Bio-nanocomposites with non-cellulosic biofillers

Peter R. Chang, Jin Huang and Ning Lin.

in Nanocomposites with Biodegradable Polymers

April 2011; p ublished online September 2011 .

Chapter. Subjects: Condensed Matter Physics. 13189 words.

Among the components of bio-nanocomposites, the nanometer sized biofillers from biomass show unique advantages over traditional inorganic nanoparticles by virtue of their biodegradability...

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Soy protein-based polymer nanocomposites

Jin Huang, Ning Lin, Yun Chen, Peter R. Chang and Jiahui Yu.

in Nanocomposites with Biodegradable Polymers

April 2011; p ublished online September 2011 .

Chapter. Subjects: Condensed Matter Physics. 7933 words.

The incorporation of nanofillers into soy protein materials significantly enhances tensile strength and modulus, and in some cases, contributes to a simultaneous increase in strength and...

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