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234 36 IN-SITU SILICA REINFORCING EPDM BY SOLGEL METHOD Xianjian D; Shemao W; Rongdong Z; Liqun Z Beijing,University of Chemical Technology The preparation of composites of EPDM and silica by in situ polymerisation of tetraethoxysilane in EPDM is reported. The dynamic mechanical properties of the in-situ silica/ EPDM composites are presented and discussed. 1 ref. 6545-6556 REINFORCEMENT OF POLY(DIMETHYLSILOXANE) NETWORKS BY MICA FLAKES Osman M A; Atallah A; Muller M; Suter U W ETH Zurich Spherical and plate-like particles are used to reinforce a poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) network.
The curing rate was enhanced with increased WRHA loading, whereas the opposite effect was observed for silica-filled vulcanisates. WRHA also showed processing advantages over silica because WRHA-filled vulcanisates showed shorter cure time, lower maximum torque and lower Mooney viscosity. At each filler loading, silica showed higher physical properties than WRHA, indicating its reinforcing ability. The results showed that WRHA could be used as a diluent filler for EPDM rubber and silica can be used as a reinforcing filler.
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