pdf research article effect of plasticizers on structural

research article effect of plasticizers on structural and

Research Article Effect of Plasticizers on Structural and

erent types of plasticizers. e e ects of single and coupled plasticizers [i.e., EC, (EC + PC), and (EC + PEG)] on structural and electrical behavior of pristine elect rolyte were studied by XRD, SEM technique, and impedance spectroscopy. e electrical conductivity of the best plasticized system was found to be

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(pdf) effect of plasticizers on structural and dielectric

(PDF) Effect of Plasticizers on Structural and Dielectric

Effect of Plasticizers on Structural and Dielectric Behaviour of [PEO + (NH 4 ) 2 C 4 H 8 (COO) 2 ] Polymer Electrolyte Kamlesh Pandey, 1 Nidhi Asthana, 1 Mrigank Mauli Dwivedi, 1 and S. K

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(pdf) effect of plasticizer on structural and electrical

(PDF) Effect of Plasticizer on Structural and Electrical

The maximum conductivity of PPNCE was found to be 1.05x10 -6 for x=50% of plasticizer (at 40 0 C). The effect of plasticizer on the structural and physical properties of polymer nanocomposites was

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effect of incorporation of different plasticizers on

Effect of incorporation of different plasticizers on

Review Article Effect of incorporation of different plasticizers on structural and ion transport properties of PVA-LiClO 4 based electrolytes G. Hirankumara,∗, N. Mehtab aDepartment of Physics, Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda College, Chennai, 600004, India

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effect of various plasticizers and concentration on the

Effect of various plasticizers and concentration on the

Thus, fructose was the most efficient plasticizer agent among the various plasticizers used in this study. High contents of plasticizer resulted in changes in the properties of the films. Overall, it can be concluded that the plasticizer type and concentration significantly influence the properties of cassava‐starch‐based film.

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effect of plasticizer on structural and electrical properties

Effect of plasticizer on structural and electrical properties

The solid polymer electrolyte films based on polyethylene oxide, NaClO4 with dodecyl amine modified montmorillonite as filler, and polyethylene glycol as plasticizer were prepared by a tape casting method. The effect of plasticization on structural, microstructural, and electrical properties of the materials has been investigated. A systematic change in the structural and microstructural

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(pdf) conductivity and structural studies of plasticized

(PDF) Conductivity and Structural Studies of Plasticized

The effect of different plasticizers on the properties of PAN-LiCF(3)SO(3) polymer electrolytes has been studied. Propylene carbonate (Pc) and ethylene carbonate (EC) having different values of

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effect of plasticizers on structural and dielectric behaviour

Effect of Plasticizers on Structural and Dielectric Behaviour

Improvements in ion transport property of polyethylene-oxide- (PEO-) based polymer electrolytes have been investigated, using different types of plasticizers. The effects of single and coupled plasticizers [i.e., EC, (EC + PC), and (EC + PEG)] on structural and electrical behavior of pristine electrolyte were studied by XRD, SEM technique, and impedance spectroscopy.

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(pdf) effect of plasticizer on structural and electrical

(PDF) Effect of Plasticizer on Structural and Electrical

The maximum conductivity of PPNCE was found to be 1.05x10 -6 for x=50% of plasticizer (at 40 0 C). The effect of plasticizer on the structural and physical properties of polymer nanocomposites was

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effect of plasticizer concentration on structural and

Effect of plasticizer concentration on structural and

The highest conductivity 4.6 × 10−3 at 298 K and 1.3 × 10−2 at 355 K for HEC-based electrolyte plasticized with 20 wt% of glycerol and 0.5 wt.% of Li salt were obtained. XRD results show that these complexes are amorphous in nature. DSC results show the effect of plasticizer on the polymer electrolyte.

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the effect of carbonate-phthalate plasticizers on structural

The effect of carbonate-phthalate plasticizers on structural

Polyacrylonitrile (PAN) based solid polymer electrolyte consisting lithium tetrafluoroborate (LiBF4), ethylene carbonate (EC) and dimethyl phthalate (DMP) have been prepared using solution casting method. Comparative studies were done on unplasticized PAN-LiBF4 system and the PAN plasticized system with the novel binary plasticizers of EC and DMP in the ratio of 1:1 by the variation of LiBF4

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effects of plasticizer type and concentration on rheological

Effects of plasticizer type and concentration on rheological

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of plasticizer type (glycerol, PEG-400, and sorbitol) and concentration (0%, 15%, 30% and 45%, w/w dry polymer weight) on rheological and physico-mechanical and structural properties of chitosan/zein blend film. Based on the analysis of rheological properties of chitosan/zein film-forming

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effect of various plasticizers and concentration on the

Effect of various plasticizers and concentration on the

Research Article Effect of various plasticizers and concentration on the physical, thermal, mechanical, and structural properties of cassava-starch-based films

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effect of various plasticizers and concentration on the

Effect of various plasticizers and concentration on the

The effect of the plasticizers concentration on film thickness was similar to Ibrahim, Sanyang, Razavi, Jouki, Edhirej et al. [36,41,[46][47] [48]. Furthermore, various plasticizer forms

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effect of plasticizers on mechanical and barrier properties

Effect of Plasticizers on Mechanical and Barrier Properties

Corresponding Author. [email protected]; School of Environment, Resources and Development Asian Institute of Technology, Pathumthani, Thailand. Food Engineering and Bioprocess Technology Program, School of Environment, Resources and Development, Asian Institute of Technology, Pathumthani, Thailand 12120, Phone: +-662 524-5476, Fax: +-662 524-6200Search for more papers by this author

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structural, chemical and biological aspects of antioxidants

Structural, chemical and biological aspects of antioxidants

The flavonol quercetin (3′,3,4′,5,7-pentahydroxyflavone) is one of the most abundant dietary flavonoids.161 It is found in many fruits and vegetables, as well as olive oil, red wine and tea.162,163 A recent report indicates that blood plasma concentrations may reach in excess of 20 µM quercetin and quercetin metabolites in response to

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