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Molecular structure of a magnesium oxide (MgO) nanoparticle [10].

Molecular structure of a magnesium oxide (MgO) nanoparticle [10].

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Phenol-formaldehyde resin was mixed with epoxy resin in different proportions to form a hybrid mixture of composite materials. It was reinforced with carbon fibers, glass fibers, Kevlar fibers, magnesium oxide and zirconia nanoparticle particles. This research investigates the effect of fibers and nanoparticles on the behavior of hybrid composites,...

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... was obtained by thermal decomposition of different magnesium salts. The crystal structure of magnesium oxide is cubic, as shown in Figure (9). MgO was used as a dielectric layer due to its excellent properties such as high dielectric constant (~9.8), large bandgap in the range of (7.3 eV-7.8 eV) and higher breakdown field (12 MV/cm) compared to the commonly used dielectric layer. ...

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