- Volume 26 Issue 3
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Study on GO Dispersion of PC/GO Composites according to In-situ Polymerization Method
In-situ 중합방법에 따른 폴리카보네이트(PC)/그래핀 옥사이드(GO) 복합체의 GO 분산성 연구
- Lee, Bom Yi (Major in Polymer Science and Engineering, Kongju National University) ;
- Park, Ju Young (Major in Polymer Science and Engineering, Kongju National University) ;
- Kim, Youn Cheol (Major in Polymer Science and Engineering, Kongju National University)
- Received : 2015.03.16
- Accepted : 2015.04.13
- Published : 2015.06.10
Three different types of polycarbonate (PC)/graphene oxide (GO) composites using diphenyl carbonate as a monomer were fabricated by melt polymerization. Those were the PC/GO composite (PC/GO) using a twin extruder, in-situ PC/GO composite (PC/GO-cat.) using a catalyst, and in-situ PC/GO composite (PC/GO-COCl) using a GO-COCl treated by -COCl, Chemical structures of the composites were confirmed by C-H and C=O stretching peak at
Supported by : 한국연구재단
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