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Nano Particle Application in Material Development of Fusing Members for Non-Impact Printing: A preliminary study

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The use of nano particles and associated nano measurement techniques may be of great importance for the advancement of Non-Impact Printing (NIP) Technologies. The physical properties that nano particles impart to a material may significantly enhance materials over that of current macro and micro particle size additives to a base polymer. In order to study the effects of nanoparticle additives in comparison with macro and micro particle additives, current methods of physical properties testing are conducted along with new nano particle test methods, i.e. Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), nanoindentation and Nano Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (nanoDMA). The correlations of test methodologies and effects of particle size on properties of particle filled elastomers are discussed.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2006-01-01

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