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Author Wypych, George.

Title Handbook of Adhesion Promoters
Published San Diego : Elsevier Science, 2018
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Contents Cover image; Title page; Table of Contents; Copyright; Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION; 1.1 DEFINITIONS; 1.2 HISTORY; Chapter 2: MECHANISMS OF ADHESION; 2.1 MECHANICAL INTERLOCKING; 2.2 SURFACE CONDITION AND SHAPE; 2.3 DIFFUSION AND ENTANGLEMENT; 2.4 ADSORPTION/INTERACTION; 2.5 ACID-BASE AND ELECTROSTATIC INTERACTIONS; 2.6 SURFACE FREE ENERGY AND WETTING; 2.7 CRYSTALLINE PROPERTIES; 2.8 INTERPHASE FORMATION; 2.9 CHEMICAL BONDING; 2.10 HYDROGEN BONDING; 2.11 REVERSIBLE HYDROLYSIS; 2.12 MICROBIOLOGICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ADHESION; 2.13 CELLULAR ADHESION; Chapter 3: MECHANISMS OF ADHESION LOSS
3.1 CORROSION3.2 DELAMINATION; 3.3 DETACHMENT; 3.4 DEBONDING; 3.5 LIQUID PENETRATION; 3.6 PEELING; Chapter 4: SUBSTRATES รข#x80;#x93; SURFACE CONDITION AND TREATMENT; 4.1 SURFACE EVALUATION; 4.2 SURFACE TREATMENT; Chapter 5: TYPICAL PRIMER FORMULATIONS AND APPLICATIONS TO DIFFERENT SUBSTRATES; 5.1 ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS; 5.2 COATINGS; 5.3 COIL COATING; 5.4 COSMETICS; 5.5 DENTAL; 5.6 LEATHER; 5.7 METAL; 5.8 OPTICAL DEVICES; 5.9 PAPER; 5.10 POLYMERS AND PLASTICS; 5.11 PRINTING; 5.12 WOOD; Chapter 6: POLYMER MODIFICATION TO IMPROVE ADHESION; 6.1 SELECTION OF CO-MONOMERS
6.2 SELECTION OF POLYOLS AND ISOCYANATES6.3 MODIFICATION OF POLYMERS BY MALEIC ANHYDRIDE; 6.4 MODIFICATION BY EPOXY GROUP; 6.5 SILANE GRAFTING; Chapter 7: PROPERTIES OF ADHESION PROMOTERS; 7.1 ACRYLATES; 7.2 AMINES, AMIDES, AMINOAMIDES; 7.3 ARYL DIAZONIUM SALTS; 7.4 BENZENE DERIVATIVES; 7.5 CARBAMIC RESINS; 7.6 CHLORINATED POLYOLEFINS; 7.7 CROSSLINKERS; 7.8 EPOXIDES; 7.9 ESTERS; 7.10 INORGANIC COMPOUNDS; 7.11 IONOMERS; 7.12 ISOCYANATES; 7.13 ISOCYANURATES; 7.14 LIGNIN; 7.15 MALEIC ANHYDRIDE MODIFIED POLYMERS; 7.16 MELAMINE; 7.17 MONOMERS; 7.18 OLIGOMERS; 7.19 PHENOL NOVOLAC RESINS
7.20 PHOSPHORIC ACID ESTERS7.21 POLYMERS AND COPOLYMERS; 7.22 POLYOLS; 7.23 RESORCINOL; 7.24 ROSIN; 7.25 SILANES; 7.26 SILANE+SILICA; 7.27 SILANE+SILICATE; 7.28 SILANE+TITANATE; 7.29 SUCROSE DERIVATIVES; 7.30 SULFUR COMPOUNDS; 7.31 TITANATES; Chapter 8: SELECTION OF ADHESION PROMOTERS FOR DIFFERENT SUBSTRATES; 8.1 ABS; 8.2 ALKYD RESINS; 8.3 CELLULOSE AND ITS DERIVATIVES; 8.4 EPOXY RESIN; 8.5 GLASS; 8.6 METAL; 8.7 POLY(3,4-ETHYLENEDIOXYTHIOPHENE); 8.8 POLYAMIDE; 8.9 POLYANILINE; 8.10 POLYCARBONATE; 8.11 POLYDIMETHYLSILOXANE; 8.12 POLYESTER; 8.13 POLYETHERETHERKETONE; 8.14 POLYETHYLENE
8.15 POLYIMIDE8.16 POLY(LACTIC ACID); 8.17 POLYPROPYLENE; 8.18 POLYSTYRENE; 8.19 POLYSULFIDE; 8.20 POLYSULFONE; 8.21 POLYTETRAFLUOROETHYLENE; 8.22 POLYURETHANE; 8.23 POLYVINYLALCOHOL; 8.24 POLYVINYLBUTYRAL; 8.25 POLYVINYLCHLORIDE; 8.26 POLY(P-XYLYLENE); 8.27 PORCELAIN; 8.28 RUBBER; 8.29 TPO; Chapter 9: SELECTION OF ADHESION PROMOTERS FOR DIFFERENT PRODUCTS; 9.1 ADHESIVES; 9.2 AEROSPACE; 9.3 AGRICULTURE; 9.4 AUTOMOTIVE; 9.5 BITUMEN; 9.6 CERAMIC TILES; 9.7 COATED FABRICS; 9.8 COATINGS AND PAINTS; 9.9 COIL COATINGS; 9.10 COMPOSITES; 9.11 CONSTRUCTION; 9.12 COSMETICS; 9.13 DENTAL; 9.14 ELECTRODES
Summary "Adhesion promoters form a very important group of additives without which many industrial products cannot perform according to requirements. The knowledge on this subject mostly related to silanes, which form the most widely used group of these additives, is still based on the book which was published in the beginning of 1980s. Since then many new additives were introduced into the market. Most of these new additives are not based on silanes but on one of over 30 chemical groups of chemical compounds needed for a variety of products in which silanes do not function, are too expensive, or better performance can be achieved with these new additives. This book fills the existing gap in the literature which still lacks the most recent comprehensive review of current options and knowledge. Handbook of Adhesion Promoters contains 10 chapters each discussing essential aspect of the application of adhesion promoters. The known mechanisms which belong to one of 13 groups outline principles of use, action, and application of these additives. This chapter is followed by the discussion of mechanisms which cause adhesion loss, such as corrosion, delamination, detachment, liquid penetration, and peeling."-- Provided by publisher
Notes 9.15 ELECTRONICS
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Adhesives -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
Adhesion -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
Adhesion.
Adhesives.
Genre/Form Electronic books
Handbooks and manuals.
Handbooks and manuals.
Guides et manuels.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781927885307
1927885302
9781523113545
1523113545