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Cure Characteristics And Mechanical Properties Of Rubber Ferrite Composites Based On Nano‐nickel Ferrites

Mathew George, Philip Kurian, M. R. Anantharaman
Published 2011 · Materials Science

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Ultra fine nickel ferrite have been synthe- sized by the sol-gel method. By heat treating different por- tions of the prepared powder separately at different temperatures, nano-sized particles of nickel ferrite with varying particle sizes were obtained. These powders were characterised by the X-ray diffraction and then incorpo- rated in the nitrile rubber matrix according to a specific recipe for various loadings. The cure characteristics and the mechanical properties of these rubber ferrite compo- sites (RFCs) were evaluated. The effect of loading and the grain size of the filler on the cure characteristics and ten- sile properties were also evaluated. It is found that the grain size and porosity of the filler plays a vital role in determining the mechanical properties of the RFCs. V C 2010
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