Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
R. Inführ, C. Fritscher, R. Liska, H. Lichtenegger, J. Stampfl, N. Hüsing:
"Fabrication of Bio-Inspired Ceramic Composites Using Soluble Photopolymers asMmold Materials";
Poster: Euromat 2005,
- 09-08-2005; in: "Euromat 2005 European Congress on Advanced Materials and Processes",
Paper ID P618,
In these investigations, soluble photopolymers were developed for rapid prototyping to substitute cross-linked photopolymers as mold materials. By using highly reactive acrylamides with varying substituents (number of carbon atoms, linear, branched or cyclic chains) solubility and mechanical properties can be tuned.
Reactivity was determined by photo-DSC investigations. Suitability of these mold materials for the fabrication of "bio-inspired" ceramic composites that exhibit a controlled architecture in the macroscopic and the nanometer range is demonstrated. Nanostructured silica was synthesized using the sol-gel-method with different precursors and surfactants and characterized by position resolved small-angle x-ray scattering (scanning SAXS).
Electronic version of the publication:
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