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33 Fig. 13 Logarithmical plots of storage modulus vs. 27 for PU and 10 wt% MWCNT composite, respectively. Addition of CB also increase the modulus and decreases the initial slope while carboxylic acid functionalization increases further the modulus and lowers the slope value mainly because of a greater interaction and network structure through a) direct bridging, b) bridging through entanglement of adsorbed chains, and c) bridging through entanglement of non-adsorbed chains [118]. Besides, the magnitude of complex viscosity (η*) of nanocomposites substantially increases with increasing filler loading because of the developed interaction in PU-MWCNT, which noticeably opposes the segmental chain mobility of PU matrix.

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