alexa Characterization of a polyurethane copolymer covalently linked to graphite and the influence of graphite on electric conductivity

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Characterization of a polyurethane copolymer covalently linked to graphite and the influence of graphite on electric conductivity

Polyurethane was linked to graphite modified with a phenol or 4-phenylethanol group on its surface, and the composite polymer was characterized regarding its thermal, spectroscopic, mechanical, and shape-memory properties as well as its electric conductivity. Graphite as a filler was covalently linked to a polyurethane backbone composed of 4,4′-methylenebis(phenylisocyanate) and 1,4-butanediol as hard segments and poly(tetramethyleneglycol) as a soft segment.

 
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