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DSC, TGA and DMA thermal analysis techniques are used to characterize a complex adhesive blend. The chemical and thermomechanical property development shown to follow a two-stage process. Beneficial synergy between these analysis tools is demonstrated in this study.

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tougheners (i.e. rubbers) owing to the resulting thermoplastic/thermoset blends do not show decrement of mechanical and thermal properties if compared with unmodified resin. In addition, if reactive PESs are used as modifiers, interpenetrating networks (IPNs

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conductivity of thermosetting polymers depends on the crosslink level which is very sensitive to the curing conditions [ 32 – 34 ] as well as properties of thermoplastic-thermoset blends are highly dependent on the morphology of samples [ 35 ]. Therefore

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