In Situ Thermal Generation of Silver Nanoparticles in 3D Printed Polymeric Structures
AbstractPolymer nanocomposites have always attracted the interest of researchers and industry because of their potential combination of properties from both the nanofillers and the hosting matrix. Gathering nanomaterials and 3D printing could offer clear advantages and numerous new opportunities in several application fields. Embedding nanofillers in a polymeric matrix could improve the final material properties but usually the printing process gets more difficult. Considering this drawback, in this paper we propose a method to obtain polymer nanocomposites by in situ generation of nanoparticles after the printing process. 3D structures were fabricated through a Digital Light Processing (DLP) system by disolving metal salts in the starting liquid formulation. The 3D fabrication is followed by a thermal treatment in order to induce in situ generation of metal nanoparticles (NPs) in the polymer matrix. Comprehensive studies were systematically performed on the thermo-mechanical characteristics, morphology and electrical properties of the 3D printed nanocomposites. View Full-Text
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Fantino, E.; Chiappone, A.; Calignano, F.; Fontana, M.; Pirri, F.; Roppolo, I. In Situ Thermal Generation of Silver Nanoparticles in 3D Printed Polymeric Structures. Materials 2016, 9, 589.
Fantino E, Chiappone A, Calignano F, Fontana M, Pirri F, Roppolo I. In Situ Thermal Generation of Silver Nanoparticles in 3D Printed Polymeric Structures. Materials. 2016; 9(7):589.Chicago/Turabian Style
Fantino, Erika; Chiappone, Annalisa; Calignano, Flaviana; Fontana, Marco; Pirri, Fabrizio; Roppolo, Ignazio. 2016. "In Situ Thermal Generation of Silver Nanoparticles in 3D Printed Polymeric Structures." Materials 9, no. 7: 589.
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