What is it about?
A number of authors have carried out research related to the influence of silver oxide on the properties of bioglasses. However, publications on the properties of elastomer‐based composites containing bioactive glasses are relatively scarce. The purpose of the present work is to investigate the influence of silver oxide on the properties of this type of composites, namely, vulcanization, physicomechanical, thermal, dynamic, dielectric, electric, and thermoconductive characteristics.
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Why is it important?
We have established that the vulcanization, physicomechanical, thermal, dynamic, dielectric, electric, and thermoconductive characteristics of the composites to be impacted considerably by both degree of filling with bioglass and the silver oxide content in the latter. The improvement in the composites thermostability and some of their physicomechanical performance is the most significant. The dielectric characteristics of some of the biocomposites suggest that they can be used as substrates and insulating layers in flexible antennas for short‐range wireless communications.
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This page is a summary of: Natural rubber–based composites filled with bioglasses from a CaO‐SiO
O system. Effect of Ag
O concentration in t..., Polymers for Advanced Technologies, November 2019, Wiley, DOI: 10.1002/pat.4798.
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