Chemical and Materials Engineering; Biomedical Engineering
Data in Brief
Graphene Quantum Dots (GQDs) and epoxy have been combined into a nanocomposite and evaluated for their thermal and dynamic mechanical properties. Samples of varying GQD mass loading were first examined with SEM in several images. Thermal conductivity was estimated using Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) with a step analysis technique and analysis program. Several dynamic mechanical properties were recorded using Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA) and displayed in their raw and analyzed formats. For more insight please see Infusion of graphene quantum dots to modulate thermal conductivity and dynamic mechanical properties of polymers .
National Science Foundation
Differential scanning calorimetry, Dynamic mechanical analysis, Graphene nanoparticles, Graphene polymers, Graphene polymers, Graphene quantum dots, Thermal conductivity
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Joel R. Seibert, Ozgur Keles, Jun Wang, and Folarin Erogbogbo. "Data on thermal conductivity and dynamic mechanical properties of graphene quantum dots in epoxy" Data in Brief (2020). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2019.105008