The goals of this examine had been to enhance the low thermal stability of poly(vinylacetate) (PVAc) polymer by forming its nanocomposite merchandise in line with solvent casting methodology with multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWCNT) and/or modified (functionalized) MWCNTs, and to carry out thermal kinetics evaluation of the thermal properties improved nanocomposites. Functionalization of p-MWCNTs (purified MWCNT) was carried out by hydroxylation, carboxylation and silylation reactions. The results of the floor modification, the kind of purposeful teams and the filler ratio to the thermal properties of the nanocomposites had been investigated. The synthesized nanocomposites had been characterised by Fourier rework infrared spectrum, differential thermal analysis-thermogravimetry (DTA/TG) and scanning electron microscope (SEM). It was discovered that; (i) the p-MWCNT was modified, (ii) the carbon nanotubes had been dispersed within the tube construction within the PVAc matrix, (iii) the thermal stabilities, degradation temperatures (Tmax1 and Tmax2) and Tx values of PVAc/p-MWCNT-COOH (1 wt%) and PVAc/p-MWCNT-O-APTS (zero.5 wt%; APTS: Three-aminopropyltriethoxysilane) nanocomposites had been elevated, (iv) the experimental outcomes had been fairly suitable with the Flynn-Wall-Ozawa methodology and (v) the activation power of the second step was larger.