Arantxa Eceiza mainly focuses on Composite material, Polyurethane, Differential scanning calorimetry, Polymer chemistry and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy. Thermoplastic, Nanocomposite, Ultimate tensile strength, Thermoplastic polyurethane and Dynamic mechanical analysis are among the areas of Composite material where Arantxa Eceiza concentrates her study. Her studies in Polyurethane integrate themes in fields like Elastomer, Cellulose nanocrystals, Crystallinity and In situ polymerization.
Her work carried out in the field of Differential scanning calorimetry brings together such families of science as Glass transition, Activation energy, Diol, Swelling and Solubility. Her studies deal with areas such as Hexamethylene diisocyanate, Chemical engineering, Surface modification, Polymerization and Isocyanate as well as Polymer chemistry. Her Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Contact angle, Thermogravimetric analysis and Thermal stability.
Chemical engineering, Composite material, Polyurethane, Polymer chemistry and Nanocomposite are her primary areas of study. Arantxa Eceiza combines subjects such as Castor oil and Polymer with her study of Chemical engineering. Her study focuses on the intersection of Composite material and fields such as Differential scanning calorimetry with connections in the field of Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and Glass transition.
Her Polyurethane research focuses on subjects like Crystallinity, which are linked to Amorphous solid. Her Polymer chemistry study which covers Copolymer that intersects with Epoxy and Thermosetting polymer. Her Nanocomposite research incorporates elements of Cellulose, Casting, Dispersion and Graphene.
Arantxa Eceiza spends much of her time researching Chemical engineering, Polyurethane, Nanocomposite, Composite material and Cellulose. Her study ties her expertise on Matrix together with the subject of Chemical engineering. Her Polyurethane research incorporates themes from Cellulose nanocrystals, Nanotechnology, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Casting and Shape-memory alloy.
Her Nanocomposite research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Urea, Polymer, Dispersion, Sonication and Graphene. Her study looks at the relationship between Composite material and topics such as Crystallization, which overlap with Sulfuric acid and Castor oil. Her Ultimate tensile strength research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Crystallinity and Plasticizer.
Her primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Chemical engineering, Polyurethane, Nanocomposite and Crystallinity. The Composite material study combines topics in areas such as Crystallization and Nanocrystal. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Polyol, Ethylene oxide and Click chemistry.
Her Click chemistry course of study focuses on Graphene and Swelling, Self-healing hydrogels and Dynamic mechanical analysis. Her research integrates issues of Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Nanoparticle, Polymer, Compression set and Pyrolysis in her study of Polyurethane. Her Nanocomposite research integrates issues from Cellulose, Morphology and Starch.
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Thermoplastic Polyurethane Elastomers Based on Polycarbonate Diols With Different Soft Segment Molecular Weight and Chemical Structure: Mechanical and Thermal Properties
A. Eceiza;M.D. Martin;K. de la Caba;G. Kortaberria.
Polymer Engineering and Science (2008)
Enhancing water repellence and mechanical properties of gelatin films by tannin addition.
Cristina Peña;Koro de la Caba;Arantxa Eceiza;Roxana Alejandra Ruseckaite.
Bioresource Technology (2010)
Synthesis and microstructure–mechanical property relationships of segmented polyurethanes based on a PCL–PTHF–PCL block copolymer as soft segment
L. Rueda-Larraz;B. Fernandez d’Arlas;A. Tercjak;A. Ribes.
European Polymer Journal (2009)
Phase separation in polysulfone-modified epoxy mixtures. Relationships between curing conditions, morphology and ultimate behavior
I. Martinez;M.D Martin;A. Eceiza;Patricia Angelica Oyanguren.
Bioinspired antimicrobial and biocompatible bacterial cellulose membranes obtained by surface functionalization with aminoalkyl groups.
Susana C M Fernandes;Susana C M Fernandes;Patrizia Sadocco;Ana Alonso-Varona;Teodoro Palomares.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2013)
Microstructure and properties of polyurethanes derived from castor oil
M.A. Corcuera;L. Rueda;B. Fernandez d’Arlas;A. Arbelaiz.
Polymer Degradation and Stability (2010)
The effect of stoichiometry and thermal history during cure on structure and properties of epoxy networks
Fred Meyer;Genoveva Sanz;Arantxa Eceiza;Iñaki Mondragon.
The effect of alkaline and silane treatments on mechanical properties and breakage of sisal fibers and poly(lactic acid)/sisal fiber composites
A. Orue;A. Jauregi;U. Unsuain;J. Labidi.
Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing (2016)
A common strategy to extracting cellulose nanoentities from different plants
G. Mondragon;S. Fernandes;A. Retegi;C. Peña.
Industrial Crops and Products (2014)
Starch and cellulose nanocrystals together into thermoplastic starch bionanocomposites
Kizkitza González;Aloña Retegi;Alba González;Arantxa Eceiza.
Carbohydrate Polymers (2015)
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