Applied Polymer Composites
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Title: EFFECT OF DIFFERENT CARBON NANOSTRUCTURES ON THE PROPERTIES OF NATURAL RUBBER NANOCOMPOSITES
Page Range: p.59-78
Author(s): Al-Hartomy O A; Al-Ghamdi A A; Farha Al Said A S; Dishovsky N; Rossitsa Shtarkova; Vladimir Iliev
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Journal: Applied Polymer Composites
Issue Year: apc
Issue No: No.2
Natural rubber (NR) based nanocomposites with different fillers (fullerene, carbon nanotubes (CNT) and graphene (GNP)) in concentrations from 2 to 10 phr have been prepared. Their coefficients of absorption and reflection of the electromagnetic waves and electromagnetic interference shielding effectiveness have been investigated in the 1-12 GHz frequency range. The high conductivity, small diameter, high aspect ratio, and high electrical and thermal conductivity of studied carbon nanofillers make them an excellent option to create conductive composites for high-performance EMI shielding materials in the frequency range 1-7 GHz at low filling concentration. 58 Refs.