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Biochar Use as a Graphite Substitute in an Ultraviolet Radiation Curing Epoxy Ink: Viscosity and Gloss Evaluation

Submission: September 06, 2021;Published: September 15, 2021

Volume2 Issue2
September, 2021


In recent years, the interest in the development of materials with different fillers addition has increased. Among these fillers, carbon-based materials have been increasing attention, mainly due to their ability to improve mechanical, electrical and thermal properties in final composites. Carbon nanotubes are widely used/reported. Nevertheless, its application on a large scale is difficult due to its high cost. In this context, alternative materials with high carbon content and low cost have been studied as possible substitutes, including biochar [1]. Biochar corresponds to the solid fraction resulting from the pyrolysis process and is mainly composed of carbon, oxygen and hydrogen.

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