Bimodal Networks as Candidates for Electroactive Polymers

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Bimodal Networks as Candidates for Electroactive Polymers. / Bahrt, Frederikke (Invited author); Daugaard, Anders Egede (Invited author); Bejenariu, Anca Gabriela (Invited author); Román Marín, José Manuel (Invited author); Hvilsted, Søren (Invited author); Skov, Anne Ladegaard (Invited author).

2012. Abstract from 4th International Conference "Smart Materials, Structures and Systems" : CIMTEC, Tuscany, Italy.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewConference abstract for conference – Annual report year: 2012

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Bahrt, F, Daugaard, AE, Bejenariu, AG, Román Marín, JM, Hvilsted, S & Skov, AL 2012, 'Bimodal Networks as Candidates for Electroactive Polymers' 4th International Conference "Smart Materials, Structures and Systems" : CIMTEC, Tuscany, Italy, 10/06/12 - 14/06/12,

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Bahrt, F., Daugaard, A. E., Bejenariu, A. G., Román Marín, J. M., Hvilsted, S., & Skov, A. L. (2012). Bimodal Networks as Candidates for Electroactive Polymers. Abstract from 4th International Conference "Smart Materials, Structures and Systems" : CIMTEC, Tuscany, Italy.

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Bahrt F, Daugaard AE, Bejenariu AG, Román Marín JM, Hvilsted S, Skov AL. 2012. Bimodal Networks as Candidates for Electroactive Polymers. Abstract from 4th International Conference "Smart Materials, Structures and Systems" : CIMTEC, Tuscany, Italy.

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Bahrt F, Daugaard AE, Bejenariu AG, Román Marín JM, Hvilsted S, Skov AL. Bimodal Networks as Candidates for Electroactive Polymers. 2012. Abstract from 4th International Conference "Smart Materials, Structures and Systems" : CIMTEC, Tuscany, Italy.

Author

Bahrt, Frederikke (Invited author); Daugaard, Anders Egede (Invited author); Bejenariu, Anca Gabriela (Invited author); Román Marín, José Manuel (Invited author); Hvilsted, Søren (Invited author); Skov, Anne Ladegaard (Invited author) / Bimodal Networks as Candidates for Electroactive Polymers.

2012. Abstract from 4th International Conference "Smart Materials, Structures and Systems" : CIMTEC, Tuscany, Italy.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewConference abstract for conference – Annual report year: 2012

Bibtex

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RIS

TY - ABST

T1 - Bimodal Networks as Candidates for Electroactive Polymers

A1 - Bahrt,Frederikke

A1 - Daugaard,Anders Egede

A1 - Bejenariu,Anca Gabriela

A1 - Román Marín,José Manuel

A1 - Hvilsted,Søren

A1 - Skov,Anne Ladegaard

AU - Bahrt,Frederikke

AU - Daugaard,Anders Egede

AU - Bejenariu,Anca Gabriela

AU - Román Marín,José Manuel

AU - Hvilsted,Søren

AU - Skov,Anne Ladegaard

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - An alternative network formulation method was adopted in order to obtain a different type of silicone based elastomeric systems - the so-called bimodal networks - using two vinyl-terminated polydimethyl siloxanes (PDMS) of different molecular weight, a labelled crosslinker (3 or 4-functional), and a platinum-catalyzed hydrosilylation reaction between the three reactants3. The crosslinking reaction was initiated by mixing different amounts of short PDMS chains and long PDMS chains with the stoichiometric amount of the crosslinker in a series of mixing schemes. We visualize how the short chains organize themselves between the long chains and show how this leads to unexpectedly good properties for DEAP purposes due both to the low extensibility of the short chains that attach strongly the long chains and to the extensibility of the last ones that retards the rupture process.

AB - An alternative network formulation method was adopted in order to obtain a different type of silicone based elastomeric systems - the so-called bimodal networks - using two vinyl-terminated polydimethyl siloxanes (PDMS) of different molecular weight, a labelled crosslinker (3 or 4-functional), and a platinum-catalyzed hydrosilylation reaction between the three reactants3. The crosslinking reaction was initiated by mixing different amounts of short PDMS chains and long PDMS chains with the stoichiometric amount of the crosslinker in a series of mixing schemes. We visualize how the short chains organize themselves between the long chains and show how this leads to unexpectedly good properties for DEAP purposes due both to the low extensibility of the short chains that attach strongly the long chains and to the extensibility of the last ones that retards the rupture process.

ER -