Tough, Self-Healing Silicone Materials

Novel silicone materials that further extend the range of beneficial properties that are controllable. In particular, the novel UC method of vulcanizing/curing silicones introduces cross-linking agents that efficiently disperse fracture energy in response to stress and that are capable of self-healing after yielding to rupture or deformation. University of California, Santa Barbara Office of Technology & Industry Alliances 805-893-2073

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