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Buckyballs surface chemistry

by lostminty
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Nov21-13, 09:40 PM
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I've got a project I'm interested in.

Essentially its modifying a melamine foam so its thermal conductivity is at least halved. Was thinking some type of buckyball filler in the matrix might be a ticket. However someone pointed out it maybe a worry about how it would affect the cell structure/stability. So I was thinking (and this is something I do too often) that perhaps you could coat the bucky balls in something that would enhance integration into the matrix of melamine-formaldehyde bonds.
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