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There are four principal methods for producing polymer-layered silicate nanocomposites: (1) in situ template synthesis, (2) intercalation of polymer or prepolymer formation from solution, (3) in situ inteicalative polymerization, and (4) melt intercalation (1).
In the majority of reports, tags are preposed although intercalation (putting the reporting verb in a syntactically medial position) is not infrequent while post-posed tags and untagged reports are few and far between.
all the Licchavi inscriptions, particularly with intercalation, the
intercalation of the polymer from a solution (solution intercalation);
For a given time-span, [delta]t and a given difference [delta]s between the corresponding New Year syzygies the number of intercalations can therefore be determined as follows:
Dolostone is microcrystalline with thin carbonate mudstone intercalations.
Na ion-exchanged saponite (SPT), mica (Mica), and montmorillonite (MMT) have previously been used for the intercalation of PI polymer chains.
N]H group) arising out of the intercalation of the amine chains into the clay galleries.
Since graphite oxide has larger c-axis spacing and polar groups, such as hydroxyl, ether and carboxylate groups, on its surface, intercalation of water-soluble polymers into GO becomes possible.
MMT has a high swelling capacity, which is essential for efficient intercalation of the polymer, and is composed of stacked silicate sheets that provide high thermal, tensile, and molecular barrier properties, as do the polymeric hybrid materials.
The prospect is underlain by quartz-sericite schists which has thin BIF intercalations.
Hole AL-97-9, collared 300m (980-ft) SW of hole AL-97-6, cut altered porphyry with numerous intercalations of gneiss.