Polymer Coatings.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: De With, Gijsbertus
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2018.
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; List of Most Important Symbols and Abbreviations; Chapter 1 Introduction; 1.1 Scope; 1.2 The Importance of Polymer Coatings; 1.3 The General Constitution of Polymer Coatings; 1.3.1 Binders and Crosslinkers; 1.3.2 Pigments and Fillers; 1.3.3 Additives; 1.3.4 Solvents; 1.4 Coating Requirements; 1.5 Outline and Approach; References; Further Reading; Chapter 2 Polymers and Network Characteristics; 2.1 Polymers; 2.1.1 Polymer Conformations; 2.1.2 Entanglements; 2.1.3 Crystallinity; 2.1.4 Amorphous Polymers; 2.2 Polymer Formation.
  • 2.2.1 Step-growth Polymerization2.2.2 Branching and Gelation; 2.2.3 Limits to the Preparation of Branched Polymers; 2.2.4 Chain-growth Polymerization; 2.3 Polymer Networks; 2.4 Final Remarks; References; Further Reading; Chapter 3 Thermoset Resins; 3.1 Petro-based Thermoset Resins; 3.2 Epoxy Systems; 3.3 Acrylates and Acrylics; 3.4 Isocyanates; 3.5 Polyurethanes; 3.6 Polyesters; 3.7 Renewable Raw Materials; 3.8 Drying Oils; 3.9 Alkyds; References; Further Reading; Chapter 4 Basic Coating Formulations; 4.1 Coating Compositions in General; 4.2 Solventborne Formulations.
  • 4.2.1 Solventborne High Solids Formulations4.2.2 Chemistries of Solventborne High Solids Formulations; 4.3 Waterborne Formulations; 4.3.1 Chemistries of Waterborne Formulations; 4.3.2 Challenges and Applications of Waterborne Formulations; 4.4 Radiation Curing Formulations; 4.4.1 Photoinitiators; 4.4.2 Chemistries of Radiation Curing Formulations; 4.4.3 Chemistries of Powder Coating Formulations; 4.4.4 Pros and Cons of Radiation Curing; 4.5 Final Remarks; References; Further Reading; Chapter 5 Additives and Particulates; 5.1 Types of Additives; 5.2 Thickeners; 5.2.1 Inorganic Thickeners.
  • 5.2.2 Organic Thickeners5.3 Surface Active Agents; 5.3.1 Wetting and Dispersing Agents; 5.3.2 Antifoaming Agents; 5.3.3 Adhesion Promoters; 5.4 Surface Modifiers; 5.5 Leveling and Coalescing Agents; 5.6 Catalytically Active Additives; 5.6.1 Dryers; 5.6.2 Other Catalysts; 5.7 Special Effect Additives; 5.8 Particulates; References; Further Reading; Chapter 6 Application Methods; 6.1 Conventional Deposition Techniques; 6.1.1 Brushing and Rolling; 6.1.2 Spraying; 6.2 Laboratory and Industrial Methods; 6.2.1 Doctor Blade Coating; 6.2.2 Spin Coating; 6.2.3 Dip Coating; 6.3 Powder Coating.
  • 6.4 An Example: Automotive Coatings6.4.1 Electrodeposition; 6.4.2 The Automotive Coating Buildup; 6.5 Network Formation Assessment; References; Further Reading; Chapter 7 Physical-Chemical Aspects; 7.1 Intermolecular and Mesoscopic Interactions; 7.1.1 Intermolecular Interactions; 7.1.2 Mesoscopic Interactions: Continuum Aspects; 7.1.3 Lifshitz Theory; 7.1.4 The Derjaguin Approximation; 7.1.5 Mesoscopic Interactions: Molecular Aspects; 7.2 Polymer Solubility; 7.3 Interfacial Aspects; 7.3.1 Surface Thermodynamics; 7.3.2 Representative Behavior; 7.3.3 Wetting of Ideal Surfaces.