3 edition of Silanes & Other Coupling Agents found in the catalog.
March 2001 by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English
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Seth and W. Plueddemann - experimental laboratory chemist, F. Parker and J. Thermal characterization of the interaction of silanes with a dihydroxy vulcanized fluoroelastomer 6.
Pan, W. Kang, J. Marks and F. Schroeter and E.
Bell Spectroscopic and mechanical studies of RF plasma-polymerized films deposited at low temperature from organosilane precursors M. In addition to formal presentations, there were brisk and lively discussions throughout the symposium, and this event provided an opportunity for cross-pollination of ideas in the broad arena of adhesion promoters. VSP is a subsidiary of Brill. Silane oligomers: A class of their own, H.
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Shepard, J. Read more. Perz and M. Anyone interested or involved in promoting adhesion between dissimilar materials for any application should find this volume of great use and value.
Reuvekamp, A. Amino- and bis-silane pre-treatments for adhesive bonding of aluminium, B.
Zhang and C. Pan, W. Xu, D. Part 2.
Cohen; metal alkoxide primers in the adhesive bonding of mild steel, B. Wa-- glass fibre surface effects in silane coupling, C.
Cohen-- metal alkoxide primers in the adhesive bonding of mild steel, B. Silanes are the most popular and widely used coupling agents or adhesion promoters to promote adhesion between dissimilar materials in a variety of situations, for example coating technology, adhesive bonding, reinforced composites, etc.
Electrodeposition of aromatic bis-silanes for pretreatment of aluminum alloys Schaefer, Y. Porro, S. Surface functionalization of textile fibers with reactive Silanes & Other Coupling Agents book Atwater; kinetics and mechanism of the hydrolysis and Silanes & Other Coupling Agents book of alkoxysilanes, D.
Thomason and F. Ramsier, T. Pape, E. Part 4 Non-silane coupling agents: zirconium based coupling agents and adhesion promoters, P. Walker; controlling factors in chemical coupling of polymers to metals, J. Part 3 Applications of silane coupling agents.
Silane coupling agents are effective for the improved adhesion at the interface between the organic and inorganic materials and have been frequently utilized to enhance the strength and improve the performance of glass-fiber reinforced plastics.Other filled resin systems that require a silane coupling agent include highly filled sand cores with furan, urea–formaldehyde and urethane resins in the foundry industry, and highly filled polymer concrete where polyester and epoxy binders are used to bond aggregate into.
If equilib rium conditions can be maintained, the two problems act to cancel each other out. Coupling agents are defined primarily as materials that improve the practical adhesive bond of polymer to mineral. This may involve an increase in true adhesion, but it may also involve improved wetting, rheology, and other handling properties.
The topic of silanes and other coupling agents/adhesion promoters is of tremendous contemporary interest because of their application in many and varied technologically important areas ranging from coatings to reinforced composites to dentistry to biomedical (e.g., for bonding nucleotides to the so-called â€˜gene chipsâ€™).Brand: CRC Press.Silanes and Other Coupling Agents, Volume 3 [Kash L.
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Coupling agents are defined primarily as materials that improve the practical adhesive bond of polymer to mineral.
This may involve an increase in true adhesion, but it may also involve improved wetting, rheology, and other handling properties.The book is divided into two parts: 1.
Silane Coupling Ebook and 2. Other Coupling Agents, Adhesion Promoters. The topic of silanes and other coupling agents/adhesion promoters is of tremendous contemporary interest because of their application in many and varied technologically important areas ranging from coatings to reinforced composites.