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dc.contributor.authorArat, Refik
dc.description.abstractAerogels are fascinating solid materials made up with over 95% air and less than 5% skeletons [1], With the advantages of an extremely low density of 0.003-0.5 g/cm3, a low thermal conductivity of 0.017-0.021W/m-K and a high specific surface area of 500-1200 m2/g [1-3], aerogels have enormous application potential in various fields, such as thermal insulators, energy conservation, catalyst supports, biomedical engineering and aerospace applications [3- 9]- In this work, silica aerogels were synthesized as stated by Li at al. [10], Commercial polystyrene (PS) was used instead of polymerization of styrene monomers to obtain PS/silica aerogels nanocomposites. Furthermore, nanofiber structure was obtained by electrospinning. The specific surface area, pore volume and particle size of aerogels, which are 590 m2/g, 1.4 cm3/g and 10 nm, respectively, were determined by BET analysis. Thermal gravimetric analysis indicated that the maximum degradation temperature of PS shifted from 412 to 444 °C when silica aerogels content at 10wt%. Regards to improvement in thermal stability, PS/silica aerogels nanocomposites can be a promising candidate for thermal insulation applications.tr_TR
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dc.subjectSilica Aerogeltr_TR
dc.subjectPS/Silica Nanofiberstr_TR
dc.subjectThermal Insulationtr_TR
dc.titlePS/Silica Aerogel Nanofibers Production for Thermal Insulationtr_TR
dc.relation.journalInternational Conference on Advances in Functional Materialstr_TR

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