By Vladimir Kestelman, Roman Veslovsky
If you would like a basic knowing of polymer adhesion, this publication isn't really for you. it's for the complex reader and is overestimated!
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Surfactants are often added into paint materials to enable the painting of wet surfaces. Optimal concentrations of surfactant are not the same for different binders. One should always use the minimum pos- 24 Chapter Two sible concentration at which good spreading of paint over the wet surface is provided because excess of surfactant decreases the strength and water resistance of the coating. ). The use of curing agents for polymeric adhesives and coatings with surface-active properties is of considerable interest.
2). At 11 kg/m3 of OP-10, the surface tension does not depend on temperature, and at high surfactant concentrations even increases. The OP-10 associations with DEG-1 must be of increased solubility and must easily desorb from the boundary surface in the course of raising the temperature. Thus, temperature increase may result both in decrease of the surface tension on account of increase of the thermal motion of the molecules and in its increase due to the desorption of surfactant molecules, and this increase has a direct dependence on the surfactant concentration.
11 Change of size rw (1, 2) and of number density N of colloid particles (3, 4) in the course of reaction of a 10% solution of DDN (1, 3) and a 14% solution of OP-10 (2, 4) in DEG-1. 44 Chapter Two The system splits into phases at the maximum possible size of the DDN colloid particles (see Fig. 11, curve 1). After the particles acquire this size, only growth is observed, with the particle concentration (at which the system separates into phases) increasing with conversion level and consequently with increase of the system viscosity.
Adhesion of Polymers by Vladimir Kestelman, Roman Veslovsky