Studies on the Characterisation of Poly blend Nanofilms of Cellulose Acetate and Poly Styrene

With a broad variety of applications in medicine, electronics and energy production, etc., nanotechnology has the ability to produce many new materials and devices. The process of blending is used for the development of new polymeric materials. It is used in industrial, biochemical and biomedical applications because cellulose acetate is cellulosic, non-toxic , non-allergic, biocompatible , biodegradable, hydrophilic, soft , smooth, transparent, highly flexible , highly chemical resistant, thermoplastic moulding material. SEM and mechanical analysis of cellulose acetate and polystyrene nano films have been studied in the present investigation, in accordance with the change in polymer composition over a wide range of concentrations and temperatures. At low temperatures and at higher strain rates in nano crystalline materials, super plasticity has been observed. Mechanical properties have been studied in cellulose acetate and polystyrene nano films. Nano phase morphology SEM has been researching membranes. SEM experiments were also carried out to estimate the distribution of the support polymer’s pore size. Nano structured ceramics bind with bone cells easily and have been applied as materials for implants. The present study indicates that SEM and Mechanical Analysis will study the compatibility of polymer blends. It is obvious that there is a distinct phase separation in the membranes of Poly styrene-Cellulose acetate compositions of 50:50. Poly styrene-Cellulose acetate blends display maximum stress and tensile strength values at higher cellulose acetate concentrations.

Author (s) Details

Dr. S. Srilalitha
Professor of Chemistry & Head of R&D Department of Humanities & Sciences ACE Engineering College, Ankushapur, Hyderabad-501 301, India and Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Anantapur-515 001, India.

K. N. Jayaveera
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Anantapur-515 001, India.

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