volume 33, issue 6, P334-342 1993
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760330605
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Abstract: This work deals with the conductivity of polymer/filler-mixtures, with the conductive filler particles of colloid size. For the interpretation of the conductivity course in such systems Wessling recently proposed a new thermodynamical percolation model, the so-called "dynamic boundary model." A consequence of the dynamic boundary model is a fixed picture for some properties of the mixtures, i.e., the density should vary in a defined manner according to the theoretical assumptions of the model. The current pap…

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