Multifunctional organic-inorganic hybrid

Shelat, Kinnari, Tran, Peter, Aravindaraj, G. K., Roy Choudhury, Namita and Dutta, Naba (2006). Multifunctional organic-inorganic hybrid. In: Sri Bandyopadhyay, Qinghua Zeng, Christopher C. Berndt, Sami Rizkalla, N. Gowripalan and Janis Matisons, ACUN-5. ACUN-5 International Composites Conference: Developments in Composites:Advanced, Infrastructural, Natural & Nano-Composites, Sydney, Australia, (313-317). 11-14 July, 2006.

Author Shelat, Kinnari
Tran, Peter
Aravindaraj, G. K.
Roy Choudhury, Namita
Dutta, Naba
Title of paper Multifunctional organic-inorganic hybrid
Conference name ACUN-5 International Composites Conference: Developments in Composites:Advanced, Infrastructural, Natural & Nano-Composites
Conference location Sydney, Australia
Conference dates 11-14 July, 2006
Proceedings title ACUN-5
Place of Publication Sydney, Australia
Publisher University of New South Wales
Publication Year 2006
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 0733423639
Editor Sri Bandyopadhyay
Qinghua Zeng
Christopher C. Berndt
Sami Rizkalla
N. Gowripalan
Janis Matisons
Start page 313
End page 317
Total pages 5
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Our aim is to develop a family of organic-inorganic hybrids for barrier, anticorrosion, abrasion resistance, high temperature membrane and biomedical applications. A range of novel chemistries was used based on in-situ grown highly organized inorganic nanonetwork in the organised or supramolecular assembly of block copolymers or using sol-gel conversion chemistry. We have demonstrated how precisely the growth of inorganic nanoparticle in a polymer matrix could be controlled through such template mediated hybridization. Such materials have shown useful barrier or protective performances.
Subjects 0912 Materials Engineering
Keyword Hybrids
Barriers
Anticorrosion
Abrasion resistance
High temperature membranes
Biomedical applications
Q-Index Code EX

 
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