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A percolation model for insulator-metal transition in polymer-conductor composites
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

Percolation behavior of the equivalent sphere of carbon black aggregate.

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FIG. 2.

Dependencies of conductivity on the volume fraction of carbon black. (a) PP/Vulcan XC-72 and (b) HDPE/acetylene. (▲) Calculated from Eq. (9); (◼) experimental value.

Tables

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Table I.

Diameter, number of particles per aggregate, and diameter of the equivalent sphere of some kinds of carbon black.

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Table II.

Percolation threshold of some kinds of carbon black filled polymer composites.

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Scitation: A percolation model for insulator-metal transition in polymer-conductor composites
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