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Mechanical properties of graphene oxide-polyacrylamide composites before and after swelling in water
Polyacrylamide (PAAm) hydrogels have been proposed for use as promising biomaterials in biomedical and tissue engineering but their poor mechanical and water-retention properties have hindered their development. Graphene ...
Effect of temperature and graphene oxide on the swelling of PAAm-GO composite gels
(Avestia Publishing, 2019)
Graphene oxide (GO) is a two dimensional carbon material with similar one-atom thickness, and is a light material having extremely high strength and thermal stability . Thus, GO is an efficient filler for the enhancement ...
Modelling of Swelling by the Fluorescence Technique in Kappa Carrageenan Gels
(Amer Inst Physics, 2011)
Kappa (-kappa) carrageenan gels prepared with various carrageenan concentrations in pure water were completely dried and then swelled in water vapor. Steady state fluorescence measurements were performed using a spectrometer ...