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The nanocomposites were characterized by thermal and mechanical tests. The addition of pseudoboehmite promoted a reduction of the melting flow during the production of the composites evidencing the interaction of pseudoboehmite with the polymeric matrix, probably modifying its crystalline structure. Introduction All the hybrid organic-inorganic composites generally exhibit mechanical properties superior to those of their pure components [1]. The production and development of new nanocomposite materials has been increasing for almost all areas studied by material science, due to the possibility to modify properties like mechanical behavior, chemical, electrical and thermal stability.

Conclusions The x-ray diffraction data and the DSC analysis show the typical results for pseudoboehmite, as related in the literature. The scanning electron micrograph shows that the product of the sol-gel synthesis is a very porous material. The addition of pseudoboehmite/octadecylamine promoted an increase in the energy absorbed by the specimen during the failure observed in the Izod impact strength test. For the tensile strength and bend test it was not observed the same level of increase in the result as in the izod impact test.

MoO3-x nanowires are shown as white stripes in contrast with the black matrix. The alignment direction of the local director n is also reported. AFM topography and phase imaging modes were used to probe the surface of the composite films and organization of MoO3-x nanowires. As shown in Figure 3, the top surface of this film is inhomogeneous with roughness of the order of tenths of nanometers. Pietro VINCENZINI, Maurizio FERRARI and Mrityunjay SINGH 43 Figure 3. AFM phase image of the top surface of the composite film showing MoO3-x nanowire dipping into the polymer matrix.

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