Publications

Polymeric Systems

  1. M. Zilberman, A. Siegmann and M. Narkis, “The Glass Transition Temperature of 6/6.9 Random Copolyamides”, Polymer, 36, 5065-5067 (1995). PDF
  2. M. Zilberman, A. Siegmann and M. Narkis, “Structure and Properties of 6/6.9 Copolyamide Series. I. The Amorphous Phase”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 59, 581-587 (1996). PDF
  3. M. Narkis, M. Zilberman and A. Siegmann, “On the “Curiousity” of Electrically Conductive Melt Mixed Doped-Polyaniline / Polymer Blends Versus Carbon-Black / Polymer Compounds”, Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 8, 525-528 (1997). PDF
  4. M. Zilberman, G.I. Titelman, A. Siegmann, Y. Haba, M. Narkis and D. Alperstein, “Conductive Blends of Thermally Dodecylbenzene Sulfonic Acid-Doped Polyaniline with Thermoplastic Polymers”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 66, 243-253 (1997). PDF
  5. G.I. Titelman, M. Zilberman, A. Siegmann, Y. Haba and M. Narkis, “Thermal Dynamic Processing of Polyaniline with Dodecylbenzene Sulfonic Acid”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 66, 2199-2209 (1997). PDF
  6. M. Zilberman, A. Siegmann and M. Narkis, “Melt Processed Electrically Conductive Polymer / Polyaniline Blends”, Journal of Macromolecular Science – Physics, B37, 301-318 (1998). PDF
  7. D. Alperstein, M. Narkis, M. Zilberman and A. Siegmann, “Computer Aided Selection of a Polymer Matrix for Polyaniline Conductive Blends”, Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 9, 563-568 (1998). PDF
  8. M. Zilberman, A. Siegmann and M. Narkis, “Conductivity and Structure of Melt-Processed Polyaniline Binary and Ternary Blends”, Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 11, 20-26, (2000). PDF
  9. M. Zilberman, A. Siegmann and M. Narkis, “Electrically Conductive Extruded Filaments of Polyaniline/Polymer Blends”, Journal of Polymer Engineering, 20, 97-109 (2000).PDF
  10. M. Zilberman, A. Siegmann and M. Narkis, “Melt Processed Electrically Conductive Ternary Polymer Blends Conatining Polyaniline”, Journal of Macromolecular Science – Physics, B39, 333-348 (2000). PDF
  11. M. Narkis, Y. Haba, E. Segal, M. Zilberman, G.I. Titelman and A. Siegmann, “Structured Electrically Conductive Polyaniline/Polymer Blends”, Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 11, 665-673 (2000). PDF