In this work two epoxy resin model systems, whose monomers are typically used in structural composites, were thermally cured in different cure conditions in order to obtain different cross-linking densities. Their molecular structures were investigated through solid state NMR spectroscopy in order to correlate them to the cure process conditions used and the results were discussed in the light of the dynamical mechanical thermal analysis (DMTA) performed.

Alessi, S., Spinella, A., Caponetti, E., Sabatino, M.A., Spadaro, G. (2012). Solid State NMR Spectroscopy Investigation of the Molecular Structure of Epoxy Based Materials Cured in Different Conditions. In 6th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TIMES OF POLYMERS (TOP) & COMPOSITES (pp.205-207).

Solid State NMR Spectroscopy Investigation of the Molecular Structure of Epoxy Based Materials Cured in Different Conditions

ALESSI, Sabina;SPINELLA, Alberto;CAPONETTI, Eugenio;SABATINO, Maria Antonietta;SPADARO, Giuseppe
2012-01-01

Abstract

In this work two epoxy resin model systems, whose monomers are typically used in structural composites, were thermally cured in different cure conditions in order to obtain different cross-linking densities. Their molecular structures were investigated through solid state NMR spectroscopy in order to correlate them to the cure process conditions used and the results were discussed in the light of the dynamical mechanical thermal analysis (DMTA) performed.
13-giu-2012
6th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TIMES OF POLYMERS (TOP) & COMPOSITES
Ischia (Napoli)
10-14 Giugno 2012
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Alessi, S., Spinella, A., Caponetti, E., Sabatino, M.A., Spadaro, G. (2012). Solid State NMR Spectroscopy Investigation of the Molecular Structure of Epoxy Based Materials Cured in Different Conditions. In 6th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TIMES OF POLYMERS (TOP) & COMPOSITES (pp.205-207).
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Alessi, S; Spinella, A; Caponetti, E; Sabatino, MA; Spadaro, G
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