Multi-scale analysis of the dielectric properties and structure of resin/carbon-black nanocomposites

Abstract : Dielectric properties of resin/carbon-black nanocomposites were measured and shown to differ from results given by a random sets modeling approach. The origin of the discrepancies was traced back to the presence of sets of carbon planes, detached from the carbon-black particles during the composite preparation. These planes are dispersed in the resin matrix and are nearly invisible, even in HRTEM images. EELS measurements revealed the signature of bonding states typical of graphite-like compounds, in regions of the matrix previously supposed to be free of carbon-black. A new approach to texture characterization of HRTEM images, using Haralick parameters based on pixel intensity co-occurrence matrices, showed strong differences between pure resin and regions of the composite between carbon particles. The nano-scale characterization results explain the values obtained in macroscopic measurements.
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European Physical Journal: Applied Physics, EDP Sciences, 2003, 21, pp.17-26. 〈10.1051/epjap:2002107〉
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S. Paciornik, O. Da Fonseca Martins Gomes, Arnaud Delarue, S. Schamm, Dominique Jeulin, et al.. Multi-scale analysis of the dielectric properties and structure of resin/carbon-black nanocomposites. European Physical Journal: Applied Physics, EDP Sciences, 2003, 21, pp.17-26. 〈10.1051/epjap:2002107〉. 〈hal-00166093〉

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