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Tuesday, October 2 • 2:40pm - 3:20pm
Break: POSTERS Graphene Polymer Composite Film Having Radon Gas Barrier Function And Method

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Dong Hyun Lee 1, Dong Jin Kim 1, Hyun Ju Park 1, Ji Hun Choi 1, and Sang-Woo Joo 2
1 Institute of Technology for Environment Health and Safety, Seoul 04788, Korea
2 Department of Information Communication, Materials, Chemistry Convergence Technology, Soongsil University, Seoul 06957, Korea
The revision of the Indoor Air Quality Management Act of Korea of the new housing complex changed the radon management perception and mitigation system. Therefore, the existing imported and installed radon barrier membrane was developed for the domestic environment.
Recently graphene polymer composite materials have been paid much attention for their potential applications in various areas. Although several studies of epoxy materials based on graphenes were reported, there are still needs in development of new polymer composites. Despite the report of araldite epoxy as a bisphenol type, there has been no report on its composites with graphene materials to the best of our knowledge. In this work, we report araldite 506 epoxy resin graphene composites. The potential application for the radon gas barriers will be tested.
As a result, radon barrier membrane is made of graphene polymer composite materials and commercialization is tried after confirming diminishing efficiency of mitigation system.

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Dong Hyun Lee

Institute of Technology for Environment Health and Safety, Seoul, South Korea
Dong Hyun Lee, Ph.D., is the CEO of Consulting & Technology for Environment Health Safety, and a founding member of the Korea Radon Association. He has received an award from the Minister of Environment for his contributions. Lee received his degree in Environmental Health from Hoseo... Read More →

Tuesday October 2, 2018 2:40pm - 3:20pm EDT

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