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Conference Record of the 2006 IEEE International Symposium on Electrical Insulation
Several research groups worldwide have now been able to document some significant improvements that can be made in the electrical, and other, properties of polymer composites through the incorporation of nanoparticulates. Although it is now becoming clear that the mechanisms responsible for these changes are by no means universal, some of the benefits are substantial and rely on the large interface areas which are inherent in the introduction of materials of nanometric dimensions. By examiningdoi:10.1109/elinsl.2006.1665355 fatcat:tfmzcmdoobdblhfib44oxxh4ga