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Fused filament fabrication (fff) of electrically conductive pla/pcl/graphene nanoplatelets (gnp) bionanocomposites

Abstract : Conductive nanocomposites have been developed to combine the advantages of the polymeric matrix such as the good processability and low density and the high electrical conductivity of the nanofillers. Their properties are applicable in domains such as electrostatic dissipation, electromagnetic interference shielding, multilayer printed circuits, and transparent conductive or antistatic coatings.
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N.A. Masarra, Roland El Hage, Marcos Batistella, Jean‐christophe Quantin, Arnaud Regazzi, et al.. Fused filament fabrication (fff) of electrically conductive pla/pcl/graphene nanoplatelets (gnp) bionanocomposites. ADDFABCOMP – 2nd International Conference on Additive Fabrication of Composite, Nov 2021, Online Conference, France. ⟨hal-03482552⟩

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