Analysing ordered nanostructures in epoxy thermosets using small angle X-ray scattering techniques
Hameed, Nishar, Hanley, Tracey and Guo, Qipeng 2011, Analysing ordered nanostructures in epoxy thermosets using small angle X-ray scattering techniques, in AXAA 2011 : Australian X-ray Analytical Association Workshops, Conference, and Exhibition, Australian X-ray Analytical Association, [Sydney, N. S. W.].
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Small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) is essential for the morphological investigation of nanostructured systems as it is a bulk sampling technique and provides information about the overall distribution of the components in the system. In our study we have used SAXS to identify various ordered and disordered morphologies in block copolymer modified epoxy thermosets. We have used a reactive block copolymer and hydrogen bonding block copolymer to modify epoxy resin (ER) to see the effect of various blocks on the morphological changes.
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