Her main research concerns Composite material, Carbon nanotube, Nanocomposite, Polycarbonate and Percolation threshold. Composite material is represented through her Dispersion, Nanotube, Polymer, Extrusion and Polyamide research. In her works, Petra Pötschke performs multidisciplinary study on Carbon nanotube and Masterbatch.
Her studies deal with areas such as Ultimate tensile strength, Glass transition, Thermoplastic, Transmission electron microscopy and Crystallinity as well as Nanocomposite. Her Polycarbonate study combines topics in areas such as Composite number and Phase. Her Percolation threshold research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Crystallization, Carbon black and Dielectric.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Carbon nanotube, Nanocomposite, Polycarbonate and Polymer. Her work on Percolation threshold expands to the thematically related Composite material. Petra Pötschke undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Carbon nanotube and Masterbatch in her work.
Her Nanocomposite research incorporates elements of Seebeck coefficient, Transmission electron microscopy, Surface modification and Dielectric. Her Polycarbonate research includes elements of Electrical conductor and Solvent. She combines subjects such as Polymer chemistry and Polyamide with her study of Polymer.
Her primary areas of study are Composite material, Carbon nanotube, Nanocomposite, Percolation threshold and Composite number. Her works in Polycarbonate, Graphite, Dispersion, Electrical conductor and Piezoresistive effect are all subjects of inquiry into Composite material. Her specific area of interest is Carbon nanotube, where Petra Pötschke studies Nanotube.
Her study on Nanocomposite also encompasses disciplines like
Petra Pötschke focuses on Composite material, Carbon nanotube, Nanocomposite, Percolation threshold and Polypropylene. Her Composite material research focuses on Composite number, Piezoresistive effect, Polycarbonate, Electrical conductor and Ultimate tensile strength. The Polycarbonate study combines topics in areas such as Nanotube and Polymer.
Her Carbon nanotube research integrates issues from Thermal conductivity, Carbon black, Dispersion, Graphite and Dielectric loss. Her studies deal with areas such as Crystallization, Polyvinylidene fluoride, Chemical vapor deposition, Seebeck coefficient and Conductive polymer as well as Nanocomposite. Her research investigates the connection with Polypropylene and areas like Nucleation which intersect with concerns in Crystallite, Polyolefin and Tacticity.
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Rheological behavior of multiwalled carbon nanotube/polycarbonate composites
Petra Pötschke;T. D. Fornes;Donald R Paul.
Polyethylene multiwalled carbon nanotube composites
Tony McNally;Petra Pötschke;Peter Halley;Michael Murphy.
Rheological and dielectrical characterization of melt mixed polycarbonate-multiwalled carbon nanotube composites
Petra Pötschke;Mahmoud Abdel-Goad;Ingo Alig;Sergej Dudkin.
Carbon nanofibers for composite applications
E. Hammel;X. Tang;M. Trampert;T. Schmitt.
Dielectric spectroscopy on melt processed polycarbonate—multiwalled carbon nanotube composites
Petra Pötschke;Sergej M Dudkin;Ingo Alig.
Establishment, morphology and properties of carbon nanotube networks in polymer melts
Ingo Alig;Petra Pötschke;Dirk Lellinger;Tetyana Skipa.
Influence of twin-screw extrusion conditions on the dispersion of multi-walled carbon nanotubes in a poly(lactic acid) matrix
Tobias Villmow;Petra Pötschke;Sven Pegel;Liane Häussler.
Dispersion, agglomeration, and network formation of multiwalled carbon nanotubes in polycarbonate melts
Sven Pegel;Petra Pötschke;Gudrun Petzold;Ingo Alig.
Morphology and electrical resistivity of melt mixed blends of polyethylene and carbon nanotube filled polycarbonate
Petra Pötschke;Arup R. Bhattacharyya;Andreas Janke.
Polypropylene/carbon nanotube nano/microcellular structures with high dielectric permittivity, low dielectric loss, and low percolation threshold
A. Ameli;M. Nofar;C.B. Park;P. Pötschke.
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