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Publikācija: Complex Method for Describing Polyisoprene/Conductive Nanotube Composite Gas Sensing Properties

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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā Complex Method for Describing Polyisoprene/Conductive Nanotube Composite Gas Sensing Properties
Pētniecības nozare 2. Inženierzinātnes un tehnoloģijas
Pētniecības apakšnozare 2.5. Materiālzinātne
Autori Gita Šakale
Māris Knite
Valdis Teteris
Juris Zavickis
Ilze Aulika
P. Civera
D. Demarchi
Atslēgas vārdi Polymer/conductive filler composites
Anotācija Polymer/conductive filler composites are widely studied with a purpose to evaluate a composite suitability for gas sensing. Conductive filler within polymer matrix material forms electroconductive grid, where two filler particles are not geometrically connected. Therefore, chemoresistive polymer film gas sensitivity is based on charge tunneling through insolator layers between conductive nanostructures. When diffusion of analyte into a composite occurs, the isolator layer swells and conductive particle distance increases, in turn the composite electrical resistance also increases. Here a method is presented which enables simultaneous mass, length and electrical resistance measurements. Data about a sample mass change give information about analyte diffusion rate and diffusion mechanism into the composite. Diffusion mechanism (Fickian, anomalous, Case II, Supercase II) evaluation is critically important for gas sensor material, because it says much about composite matrix material macromolecule mobility, that remarkably influence the sensor material response rate to the presence of gas. A sample length and electrical resistance evaluation give data about existing electrical resistance increase mechanism (tunneling; tunneling + conductive channel destruction) and response long-term stability. The developed method and home made setup has been demonstrated for investigation of polyisoprene/multi wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) composites with varying MWCNT content.
Atsauce Šakale, G., Knite, M., Teteris, V., Zavickis, J., Aulika, I., Civera, P., Demarchi, D. Complex Method for Describing Polyisoprene/Conductive Nanotube Composite Gas Sensing Properties. No: The 3d COINAPO Topical Meeting Composites of Inorganic Nanotubes & Polymers, Itālija, Sestriere, 2.-3. marts, 2011. Sestriere: Italian Institute of Technology, 2011, 65.-65.lpp.
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