Electrically Conductive Adhesives Based on Epoxy Resins Reinforced with Carbon Nanofillers

Silvia G. Prolongo, María R. Gude and Alejandro Ureña
Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain

Series: Materials Science and Technologies
BISAC: TEC021000

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This book reviews the most relevant experimental results obtained for the development of conductive nanoreinforced adhesives. The epoxy adhesives are filled with low loadings of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and carbon nanofibers (CNFs) in order to increase widely their electrical conductivity, remaining their adhesive ability and even improving their mechanical and thermal behaviour. Taking into account their possible applications as structural adhesives, the adhesive strength and toughness of the joints was measured using lightweight adherends, as carbon fiber/epoxy laminates, which are commonly used in the aerospace and automobile industries. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Abstract

Introduction

Processing of Nanoreinforced Adhesives

Reologhical Behaviour

Wettability

Adhesive Strength and Toughness

Electrical Properties

Conclusions

References

Index

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