Interazioni non covalenti tra esteri fosforici e nanotubi di carbonio a parete multipla

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[automatically translated] Since 1991, when Iijima watched them for the first time, carbon nanotubes (CNT) have become the subject of scientific interest, because of their physical, chemical and mechanical. A very interesting use concerns the increase of stability of polymer matrices. Polymer nanocomposites, in which are present a very low percentage CNT (2.5%), have enormous improvements in the thermo-mechanical characteristics, the heat resistance and the electrical conductivity. There is, however, a major impediment to all applications regarding the inherent insolubility of CNTs in solvents. The covalent functionalization is that it is not an expedient to remedy this problem. In this communication we present preliminary data from non-covalent functionalization, using phosphoric esters,
Original languageItalian
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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