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Authors Qi, X. ; Yang, J. ; Zhang, N. ; Huang, T. ; Zhou, Z. ; Kühnert, I. ; Pötschke, P. ; Wang, Y.
Title Selective localization of carbon nanotubes and its effect on the structure and properties of polymer blends
Date 01.12.2021
Number 59206
Abstract The incorporation of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) into binary immiscible polymer blends is attracting considerable attention both from fundamental and application point of view. This paper provides a comprehensive overview about the notable recent progress in the field of polymer blend/CNT composites. Following a brief introduction of the polymer blend/CNT composites, progress in the selective localization of CNTs in immiscible blends (thermodynamic and kinetic effects), the morphology changes induced by CNTs (compatibilization, phase separation, blend morphology transition), the rheological and crystallization behaviors, and functional properties (mechanical, electrical, shape memory, dielectric, electromagnetic interference shielding, sensor properties, etc.) are reviewed. Finally, the current challenges and opportunities of utilizing CNTs for immiscible blends are proposed.
Journal Progress in Polymer Science
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Citation Progress in Polymer Science 123 (2021) 101471
DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/J.PROGPOLYMSCI.2021.101471

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