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We investigate the influence of interfacial treatment on the matrix–filler interaction using a melt mixing process to fabricate robust and highly stretchable dielectrics. Silicone oil and silane coupling agent are studied as possible solutions to enhance the compatibility between the inorganic fillers and polymer matrix. Morphology, thermomechanical and dielectric behavior of the prepared specimens are studied. Results show that specimens filled with silicone oil coated particles have promising dielectric and thermal properties. The mechanical properties reveal a stiffness enhancement by 67% with a high strain at break of 900%. The relative permittivity of the specimens prepared with silicone oil increased by 45% as observed from the dielectric analysis.
Saleem, Hussam; Thunga, M.; Kollosche, M.; Kessler, M. R.; and Laflamme, Simon, "Interfacial treatment effects on behavior of soft nano-composites for highly stretchable dielectrics" (2014). Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering Publications. 79.
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