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Characterisation of Filled Polymers

Sairoong Muangpil

Sairoong Muangpil

Filled polymers are composite materials containing mixtures of polymer melts and solid or liquid substances. They have been widely used in applications such as antifoaming agents in industrial process. In my project I am studying the mixture of poly(dimethyl siloxane) (PDMS) and polysiloxane resin, R2. The effect of adding particles to the polymer melt will be quantified using a variety of techniques, e.g. relaxation and diffusion NMR, Neutron scattering, etc.

Poster presented by Sairoong Muangpil at ECIS 2010

Synthesis and Relaxation Study of Poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS)/Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane (POSS) Composites. S Muangpil, TMM Ng, B Cheesman, SW Prescott, T Cosgrove and Y Espidel. Poster presented at 24th Conference of the European Colloids and Interfaces Society, Prague, Czech Republic, September 2010 (pdf, 550kB).

Funding: The Royal Thai Government

Contact: Sairoong.Muangpil@bristol.ac.uk