Title Improved gas barrier properties of ionic liquid integrated graphene nanoplatelets/Bromobutyl rubber composites
Date 28.03.2017
Number 52942
Abstract In this present work rubber composites based on bromobutyl rubber (BIIR) and ionic liquid (IL) integrated graphene nanoplatelets (GnP) have been prepared by a melt mixing technique. The IL helps to delaminate the GnP particles in the rubber matrix. The elastomeric material thus obtained shows a considerable improvement of gas barrier properties. Addition of 5 phr GnP reduces the gas transmission rate by about ~64 %. The transmission electron microscopy shows a better dispersion of the GnP sheets in the BIIR-GnP-IL as compared to BIIR-GnP. The wide angle x-ray scattering experiment indicates a presence of a lower number of stacked GnP sheets in the BIIR-GnP composite.
Publisher Rubber Fibers Plastics International
Identifier 0
Citation Rubber Fibers Plastics International 12 (2017) 20-25
Authors Das, A. ; Leuteritz, A. ; Nagar, P. K. ; Adhikari, B. ; Stöckelhuber, K.W. ; Jurk, R. ; Heinrich, G.

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