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Influence of Coagulation Bath Temperature on the Porous Structure and Strength Properties of PAN Fibres Including Montmorillonite

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Authors:

  • Boguń Maciej
    Department of Man-Made Fibres, Faculty of Material Technologies and Textile Design, Technical University of Łódź, Łódź, Poland
  • Mikołajczyk Teresa (j/w)

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Abstract:

An analysis was carried out concerning the influence of coagulation bath temperature on the porous structure and the sorption & strength properties of polyacrylonitrile (PAN) fibres which include montmorillonite (MMT). We stated that fibres formed at a temperature of 25 °C were characterised by maximum tenacity at the level of 19 cN/tex. Obtaining fibres with increased total pore volume up to 0.34 cm3/g, which is beneficial for the medical purposes of the carbon fibres obtained from the PAN fibres discussed, requires the solidification process to be conducted in a coagulation bath at a temperature of 35 °C.

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montmorillonite, nano-addition, polyacrylonitrile fibres, coagulation bath, bath temperature, tenacity, porous properties

Published in issue no 3 (57) / 2006, pages 19–22.

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