Coatings Technology Handbook by Arthur A. Tracton

By Arthur A. Tracton

Serving as an all-in-one consultant to the complete box of coatings expertise, this encyclopedic reference covers a various diversity of topics-including easy techniques, coating forms, fabrics, strategies, trying out and applications―summarizing either the most recent advancements and traditional coatings equipment. benefit from the insights and event of over a hundred well-known specialists in over a hundred chapters to pick and follow the easiest coatings in your personal product wishes.

Emphasizing an interdisciplinary alternate of principles and ways, the Coatings know-how guide, moment Edition assessment the latest checking out equipment, together with infrared spectroscopy, thermal research, weathering, and treatment monitoring…extensively info various modern methods resembling flexography, electroless plating, flame floor remedy, embossing, and calendaring …analyses present fabrics and floor coatings from resins and thermoplastic elastomers to peelable scientific, radiation-cured, leather-based, and steel coatings…and even more.

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2MolecularWeightBetweenCross-Links This is defined as the average molar mass between successive cross-link sites in a network polymer and is denoted by the symbol M,.. It is a measure of the density of cross-linking and can be estimated from measurements of the equilibrium degree of swelling or of the modulus. 3 Particle Size and Particle Size Distribution In the case of latexes, many properties of the wet and dry coatings are determined by the sizes of the latex particles. Estimations can be obtained directly through scanning electron micrography (SEM) if a film can be made.

2 MeasuringSurfaceTension Every liquid has a specific surface tension value. Liquids with high surface tensions, such as water (73 dynedcm), demonstratea high intramolecular attraction anda strong tendency to bead up (form spheres). Liquids with low values have a weak tendency toward sphere formation that is easily overcome by countering forces. A variety of methods are available for measuring liquid surface tension. Table 3 gives values for commonsolvents. 1 63. 6 SCJWW:L n r ~ ~ Htrr~tlbook. , McGraw Hill.

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