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Thermal Conductivity of Concentrated Colloids in Different States

Shalkevich, Natallia
Shalkevich, Andrey
Published in Journal of Physical Chemistry. C. 2010, vol. 114, no. 21, p. 9568-9572
Abstract The thermal conductivity of concentrated colloids in fluid, glass, and gel states was analyzed. SiO2 colloids at 10−31 vol % and Al2O3 colloids at 4.8 vol % in the fluid, the gel, and the glassy states were studied by dynamic light scattering, rheology, and transmission electron microscopy. Thermal conductivity of the three states was measured as a function of volume fraction. For the fluid and gel states the thermal conductivity increases almost linearly with concentration, reaching roughly 18% enhancement for silica at a volume fraction of 31 vol %. In contrast, in the glass state thermal conductivity strongly decreases with increasing volume fraction.
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SHALKEVICH, Natallia, SHALKEVICH, Andrey, BUERGI, Thomas. Thermal Conductivity of Concentrated Colloids in Different States. In: Journal of Physical Chemistry. C, 2010, vol. 114, n° 21, p. 9568-9572. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:14755

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