Characterization of Conductive Nanographite Melamine Composites

  • Pretschuh C
  • Schwarzinger C
  • Abdala A
  • et al.
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Composites based on melamine formaldehyde resins filled with exfoliated graphite or so called nanographite have been prepared to achieve electrical conductivity and improve mechanical strength and thermal stability. The nanographite was synthesized by thermal treatment of oxidized graphite and the incorporation into the melamine matrix was accomplished during the melamine formaldehyde reaction. A homogenous dispersion of the filler in the matrix and the forming of a connecting network based on graphite sheets were proved by SEM images. The graphite filler was able to increase the flexural strength of molded testing specimens compared to unfilled resins and electrical conductivity was achieved starting at 2 wt% nanographite.




Pretschuh, C., Schwarzinger, C., Abdala, A. A., & Vukusic, S. (2014). Characterization of Conductive Nanographite Melamine Composites. Open Journal of Composite Materials, 04(01), 61–71.

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