Carbon Microparticles from Organosolv Lignin as Filler for Conducting Poly(Lactic Acid)
AbstractCarbon microparticles were produced from organosolv lignin at 2000 °C under argon atmosphere following oxidative thermostabilisation at 250 °C. Scanning electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction, small-angle X-ray scattering, and electro-conductivity measurements revealed that the obtained particles were electrically conductive and were composed of large graphitic domains. Poly(lactic acid) filled with various amounts of lignin-derived microparticles showed higher tensile stiffness increasing with particle load, whereas strength and extensibility decreased. Electric conductivity was measured at filler loads equal to and greater than 25% w/w. View Full-Text
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Köhnke, J.; Fürst, C.; Unterweger, C.; Rennhofer, H.; Lichtenegger, H.C.; Keckes, J.; Emsenhuber, G.; Mahendran, A.R.; Liebner, F.; Gindl-Altmutter, W. Carbon Microparticles from Organosolv Lignin as Filler for Conducting Poly(Lactic Acid). Polymers 2016, 8, 205.
Köhnke J, Fürst C, Unterweger C, Rennhofer H, Lichtenegger HC, Keckes J, Emsenhuber G, Mahendran AR, Liebner F, Gindl-Altmutter W. Carbon Microparticles from Organosolv Lignin as Filler for Conducting Poly(Lactic Acid). Polymers. 2016; 8(6):205.Chicago/Turabian Style
Köhnke, Janea; Fürst, Christian; Unterweger, Christoph; Rennhofer, Harald; Lichtenegger, Helga C.; Keckes, Jozef; Emsenhuber, Gerhard; Mahendran, Arunjunai R.; Liebner, Falk; Gindl-Altmutter, Wolfgang. 2016. "Carbon Microparticles from Organosolv Lignin as Filler for Conducting Poly(Lactic Acid)." Polymers 8, no. 6: 205.
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