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Effect of cathode waste material concentration in conductive paint coating


N.S.W. Zulkefeli and W.M.I.W. Ismail and M.K.A.A. Razab and M.N. Masri (2016) Effect of cathode waste material concentration in conductive paint coating. Journal of Tropical Resources and Sustainable Sciences, 4 (2). pp. 78-81. ISSN 2462-2389


The conductive paint coating can be used to control the electromagnetic interference in electronic
application. Conductive paint coating was made by mixing the epoxy and hardener with cathode
waste material (CWM) in order to manipulate their properties. In this study, the conductivity and
the thickness of the paint has been studied. The thickness of conductive paint coating was depends
on the agglomeration of CWM content. The increasing of wt% of CWM, the thickness of paint is
increasing. Bruker D2Phaser X-Ray diffraction has been used in order to get the phase analysis of
the paint before and after soaking into Potassium Hydroxide solution.

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Item Type: Non-Indexed Article
Collection Type: Institution
Date: 30 December 2016
Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Tropical Resources and Sustainable Sciences
ISSN: 2462-2389
Uncontrolled Keywords: cathode waste materials: potassium hydroxide: conductive paint coating: epoxy resin: hardener
Faculty/Centre/Office: Faculty of Earth Sciences
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