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film-forming composition by Raymond Reever Myers

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Published by E.Arnold-Dekker .
Written in English


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Statemented. by R.R. Myers, J.S. Long.
SeriesTreatise on coatings -- Vol 1.Part 1-3
ContributionsLong, J S.
The Physical Object
Pagination1vol in 3 p.arts
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13692359M

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Abstract. One of the main features of a polymer latex to be used in a coating formulation, is its film forming behavior. The film formation process is of considerable industrial importance, since most of the applications of polymer latexes require the formation of a continuous film with high mechanical strength, toughness or scrub resistance.   1. Introduction. The basic physical factor that defines the film microstructure is the mobility of adatoms on the growing film surface. In turn, the adatom mobility depends on two physical-chemical factors: (i) on the energy of the film-forming species (FFS) presenting on the condensation surface, and (ii) on the chemical composition of species presenting on the growing by: 5. A film-forming composition comprising: (A) at least one silane compound selected from the group consisting of a compound shown by the following formula (1), a compound shown by the following formula (2), and a compound shown by the following formula (3) and a hydrolysis condensate of these compounds: R 2 R 3 Si(OR 1) 2 (1) R 2 Si(OR 1) 3 (2) Si(OR 1) 4 (3) wherein R 1, R 2, and R 3 Cited by: A film-forming composition is characterized by containing: a triazine ring-containing hyperbranched polymer containing a repeating unit structure represented by formula (1); and a dissolution-enhancing agent for breaking a hydrogen bond formed at least within the hyperbranched polymer and/or between molecules, between a nitrogen atom in the triazine ring, and a diarylamine-derived NH group.

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