Study of Curing Processes in PDMS at Various Stoichiometric Ratios by Longitudinal Ultrasonic Waves Academic Article uri icon

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  • Curing reactions of linear vinyl terminated poly(dimethylsiloxane) with a four functional hydride silane crosslinker at various stoichiometric ratios, were studied by wave propagation at ultrasonic frequencies. Longitudinal wave velocity was found to be sensitive to the covalent endlinking, and gel point in these systems.The observed changes in longitudinal wave velocity during the reaction are governed by changes in the bulk modulus of the system. How to Cite This Article Link to This Abstract Blog This Article Copy and paste this link Highlight all http://dx.doi.org/10.1557/PROC-177-31 Citation is provided in standard text and BibTeX formats below. Highlight all BibTeX Format @inproceedings{OPL:8111686,author = {Shefer,A. and Gorodetsky,G. and Gottlieb,M.},title = {Study of Curing Processes in PDMS at Various Stoichiometric Ratios by Longitudinal Ultrasonic Waves},booktitle = {Symposium V – Macromolecular Liquids},series = {MRS Proceedings},volume = {177},year = {1989},doi = {10.1557/PROC-177-31},URL = {http://journals.cambridge.org/article_S1946427400374115},} Click here for full citation export options. Blog This Article Blog This Article : Highlight all Study of Curing Processes in PDMS at Various Stoichiometric Ratios by Longitudinal Ultrasonic Waves A. Shefer,G. Gorodetsky and M. Gottlieb (1989). MRS Proceedings , Volume 177 , 1989, 31 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?aid=8111686 The code will display like this Study of Curing Processes in PDMS at Various Stoichiometric Ratios by Longitudinal Ultrasonic Waves A. Shefer, G. Gorodetsky and M. Gottlieb 1989 MRS Proceedings, ,Volume177, 1989, 31 http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S1946427400374115 A. Shefer, G. Gorodetsky and M. Gottlieb (1989). Study of Curing Processes in PDMS at Various Stoichiometric Ratios by Longitudinal Ultrasonic Waves. MRS Proceedings, 177, 31 doi:10.1557/PROC-177-31. 0Comments

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  • January 1, 2011