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Carla Isabel Domingues C. Martins
University of Minho
Institute for Polymers and Composites/I3N
Campus de Azurém
4800-058 Guimarães
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Microstructural development of polymers and nanocomposites during deformation. Structure-property relationships of polymer and polymer nanocomposites. On-line characterization techniques.
1. MARTINS, C.I.; CAKMAK, M. - Large deformation mechano-optical and dynamical phase behavior in uniaxially stretched poly(ethylene naphthalate). Macromolecules, 38(10), 4260-4273 (2005).
2. MARTINS, C.; CAKMAK, M. - Role of relaxation on strain crystallization of uniaxially stretched poly(ethylene naphthalate) films: a mechanooptical study. Macromolecules, 39, 4824-4833 (2006).
3. MARTINS, C.I.; CAKMAK, M. - Control the strain-induced crystallization of polyethylene terephthalate by temporally varying deformation rates: A mechano-optical study. Polymer 48, 2109-2123 (2007)
4.TODOROV, L.V.; MARTINS, C.I.; VIANA, J.C. Characterization of PET nanocomposites with different nanofillers. NanoComposite Materials - Solid State Phenomena. Vol.151, 113-117 (2009).
5. TODOROV, L. V.; MARTINS, C.I.; VIANA, J.C. - Structural development of Poly(ethylene terephthalate) during uniaxial stretching above the glass-transition temperature: study of the statistical influence of the stretching variables. Journal ofAppliedPolymer Science,Vol. 120, 1253–1265 (2011)
2010 - Best poster presentation prize at the 14th Symposium in Electron Microscopy in Materials Science: Nanostructured polymers/Nanocomposites, held in Halle (Saale), Germany, 18-19th of May. The work is entitled: Multi scale structure evolution of PET nanocomposites upon solid state uniaxial stretching: an insitu WAXS/SAXS study, from the authors: Todorov, L.V.; Martins, C.I. and Viana, J.C.