The Influence of Polyelectrolytes on the Properties of Ultramicron and Nanosized Powders of Copper

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This paper describes the results of studies on the synthesis and functionalization of the surface of nanoscale and ultradispersed copper powders in the production process. The principles of deagglomeration and specific problems for Nanoparticles are considered. The paper presents data on stabilization of copper nanoparticles in the process of obtaining, highlights the problems that require a good understanding, namely the study of the behavior of different types of ultra and nanoscale copper powders in the processes related to production of polymeric composite materials.

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Dr. Denis Solovev

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505-508

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Y.M. Berezhnoi et al., "The Influence of Polyelectrolytes on the Properties of Ultramicron and Nanosized Powders of Copper", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 945, pp. 505-508, 2019

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