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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2011, Volume 48, Issue 1,





Elena Craciun, TRAIAN ZAHARESCU, SILVIU JIPA, A. MANTSCH, IOANA Jitaru Gamma Radiation Effects on the Stability of Epoxy Resin Modified with Titania Nanoparticles


Abstract:
This paper presents the radiation stability of epoxy resin modified with different amounts of titania (1, 5 and 10 %). The isothermal chemiluminescence investigation performed at 1500C has pointed out the high radiation stability of investigated systems. The sharp decrease in the early stage of oxidation emphasizes the benefit brought by the filler. Even though the initial chemiluminescence intensity enhances with filler content, the oxidation level after 20 min does not essentially differ. The application of high irradiation doses up to 1000 kGy does not affect the thermal stability of composites. Keywords: radiation stability, epoxy resin, chemiluminescence intensity, filler



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