2022
DOI: 10.1590/0104-1428.20220013
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Polymer composite produced with Brazil nut residues and high impact polystyrene

Abstract: Solid residues from agroindustry often accumulate and cause environmental imbalance. An alternative to this is to use this residue as a reinforcement in polymers. The achievement of this work was to characterize a composite with a polystyrene matrix reinforced with Brazil nut shells residues. The residues were cleaned and ground to then produce the samples via injection molding with the proportions of 0%, 2.5% and 5% of load. The specimens were characterized using mechanical tensile testing and thermogravimetr… Show more

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“…In the second deposition step (475 to 600 ºC), this is associated with the end of the degradation of acrylonitrile. It was observed that between ~ 200 ºC and 325 ºC other decompositions occur; however, the reactions involved are volatiles that exist in the ABS [36][37][38], similar observations are also described in the literature [39][40][41][42].…”
Section: Thermogravimetric and Calorimetric Analysis (Tga/dsc)supporting
confidence: 80%
“…In the second deposition step (475 to 600 ºC), this is associated with the end of the degradation of acrylonitrile. It was observed that between ~ 200 ºC and 325 ºC other decompositions occur; however, the reactions involved are volatiles that exist in the ABS [36][37][38], similar observations are also described in the literature [39][40][41][42].…”
Section: Thermogravimetric and Calorimetric Analysis (Tga/dsc)supporting
confidence: 80%