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Rahaman, Mostafizur

This book discusses the methods synthesizing various carbon materials, like graphite, carbon blacks, carbon fibers, carbon nanotubes, and graphene. It also details different functionalization and modification processes used to improve the properties of these materials and composites. From a geometrical–structural point of view, it examines different properties of the composites, such as mechanical, electrical, dielectric, thermal, rheological, morphological, spectroscopic, electronic, optical, and toxic, and describes the effects of carbon types and their geometrical structure on the properties and applications of composites.

Part 1. Preparation/Processing of Polymer-Carbon Composites: Chapter 1. Synthesis/Preparation of Carbon Materials.- Chapter 2. Surface Modification/Functionalization of Carbon Materials by Different Techniques.- Chapter 3. Preparation/Processing of Polymer-Carbon Composites by Different Techniques.- Part 2. Properties and Characterization of Polymer-Carbon Composites: Chapter 4. Mechanical Properties of Polymer-Carbon Composites.- Chapter 5. Electrical Conductivity of Polymer-Carbon Composites: Effects of Different Factors.- Chapter 6. Dielectric Properties of Polymer-Carbon Composites.- Chapter 7. Thermal Properties of Polymer-Carbon Composites.- Chapter 8. Rheological Properties of Polymer-Carbon Composites.- Chapter 9. Morphology and Spectroscopy of Polymer-Carbon Composites.- Chapter 10. Electromagnetic Interference Shielding Property of Polymer-Carbon Composites.- Chapter 11. Thermal Conductivity of Polymer-Carbon Composites.- Chapter 12. Optical Property and Toxicity of Polymer-Carbon Composites.- Part 3. Applications of Polymer-Carbon Composites: Chapter 13. Electrical and Electronic Application of Polymer-Carbon Composites.- Chapter 14. Flame and Fire Retardancy of Polymer-Carbon Composites.- Chapter 15. Structural/Load Bearing Characteristics of Polymer-Carbon Composites.- Chapter 16. Polymer-Carbon Composites for Sensing Applications.- Chapter 17. The Use of Polymer-Carbon Composites in Fuel Cell and Solar Energy.- Chapter 18. Biomedical/Bioengineering Application of Polymer-Carbon Composites.- Chapter 19. Polymer-Carbon Composites as Anti-corrosive Materials.- Chapter 20. The Use of Polymer-Carbon Composites as Membrane.- Chapter 21. Polymer-Carbon Composites for Catalysis Applications.

Dr. Mostafizur Rahaman is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Chemistry at the College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh 11451, Saudi Arabia. He obtained his M. Sc. (Chemistry) from T. M. Bhagalpur University, India and Ph. D. (Chemical/Polymer Chemistry) from the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India. He completed his M. Tech. in Plastics Engineering at the Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology (CIPET), Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India. He has published 60 papers and 5 communicated manuscripts in international journals and 15 research articles in international conference proceedings. He has also published 1 patent and 1 book. Dr. Rahaman has 9 years of teaching and 10 years of research experience. He has completed six research projects and attended/presented at various international conferences/seminars. He has been an active reviewer for various international journals and member of journal advisory boards. An expert in handling sophisticated instruments. His research interests include polymer nanotechnology/nanocomposites; polymer membrane, polymer thin film; polymer-based sensors; catalytic synthesis of polymers and conducting polymers; polymer-based coating for corrosion protection; polymer fuel cell and solar energy and bio-polymers for biomedical applications.
Dr. Dipak Khastgir is a Professor of Rubber Technology Centre at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, India. He obtained his M. Sc. (Physical Chemistry) and Ph. D. (Polymer Composites) at IIT Kharagpur in 1975 and 1984, respectively. His research areas include conductive polymer (polyaniline, synthesis and characterizaton); rubber-carbon conductive composite for EMI shielding application and pressure sensitive conductive rubber; high voltage polymeric insulators and piezoelectric polymer composites; characterization of rubber and rubber -like-materials; textile reinforcement of rubber products; and industrial rubber product design & technology. He has published over 180 papers in refereed international journals, 70 seminar & conference proceedings, and 6 books.
 
Dr. Ali Kanakhir Aldalbahi is Vice Dean (Research) at King Abdullah Institute for Nanotechnology; Associate Professor at the Department of Chemistry, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh 11451, Saudi Arabia; and Director of the Distinguished Student Program at King Saud University. He obtained his Ph. D. in Chemistry (Nanotechnology) and Master’s in Chemistry (Nanotechnology) at Wollongong University in 2013 and 2008 respectively. He is a member of Australian Nanotechnology Network (ANN), Australian Student Leadership Association (ASLA), Saudi Chemical Society (SCS) and Material Research Society (MRS). He has published more than 100 papers in national and international journals.

This book discusses the methods synthesizing various carbon materials, like graphite, carbon blacks, carbon fibers, carbon nanotubes, and graphene. It also details different functionalization and modification processes used to improve the properties of these materials and composites. From a geometrical–structural point of view, it examines different properties of the composites, such as mechanical, electrical, dielectric, thermal, rheological, morphological, spectroscopic, electronic, optical, and toxic, and describes the effects of carbon types and their geometrical structure on the properties and applications of composites.

Focuses on carbon types and their geometrical–structural aspects for controlling composites’ properties

Discusses applications of polymer–carbon composites

Details synthesis methods, functionalization, and modification