NANOSTRUCTURED UNSATURATED POLYESTER USING BLOCK COPOLYMERS: MORPHOLOGY, OPTICAL PROPERTIES AND FRACTURE TOUGHNESS RELATIONSHIP

  • Hugo Hernández PhD
  • Juan P. Hernández-Ortiz PhD
  • Laida Cano PhD Student
  • Iñaki Mondragon Professor
  • Agnieszka Tercjak PhD
  • Daniel H. Builes

Resumen

Novel nanostructured unsaturated polyester thermosets modified with two poly(ethylene oxide-b-propylene oxide-b-ethylene oxide) block copolymers, were developed. Effects of molecular weights and blocks ratio on optical and mechanical properties were reported. It was found that self-assembly or polymerization-induced phase separation mechanisms were followed by the nanostructured thermosetting systems to achieve the final morphology. Relationships between final morphology and optical and mechanical properties of thermosets were examined.
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Hugo Hernández, PhD
Research and Development Center - DENOVO (Andercol S.A.). Medellín-Colombia.
Juan P. Hernández-Ortiz, PhD
Departamento de Materiales, Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Medellín, Colombia
Laida Cano, PhD Student
University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU). Group ‘Materials + Technologies’, Chemical and Environmental Engineering Department, San Sebastián, Spain.
Iñaki Mondragon, Professor
University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU). Group ‘Materials + Technologies’, Chemical and Environmental Engineering Department, San Sebastián, Spain.
Agnieszka Tercjak, PhD
University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU). Group ‘Materials + Technologies’, Chemical and Environmental Engineering Department, San Sebastián, Spain.
Daniel H. Builes
: PhD. Research and Development Center - DENOVO (Andercol S.A.). Medellín-Colombia.
Publicado
2014-05-15
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Hernández H., Hernández-Ortiz J. P., Cano L., Mondragon I., Tercjak A., & Builes D. H. (2014). NANOSTRUCTURED UNSATURATED POLYESTER USING BLOCK COPOLYMERS: MORPHOLOGY, OPTICAL PROPERTIES AND FRACTURE TOUGHNESS RELATIONSHIP. Revista Colombiana De Materiales, (5), 35-41. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/materiales/article/view/19084
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