Review paper

Novel electrically conductive epoxy/reduced graphite oxide/silica hollow microspheres adhesives with enhanced lap shear strength and thermal conductivity

Volume: 169, Pages: 86 - 94
Published: Jan 1, 2019
Abstract
A novel preparation method was employed for development of epoxy based electrically conductive adhesives (ECAs) by utilizing reduced graphite oxide (rGO, conductive filler) and silica hollow microspheres (SiHM, non-conductive hollow microsphere). The ECAs was fabricated by considering three different ratios of rGO:SiHM such as 30:10, 40:10 and 50:10. The lap shear strength and unnotched impact strength was found to be increasing with the...
Paper Details
Title
Novel electrically conductive epoxy/reduced graphite oxide/silica hollow microspheres adhesives with enhanced lap shear strength and thermal conductivity
Published Date
Jan 1, 2019
Volume
169
Pages
86 - 94
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