By Arthur A. Tracton
Thoroughly revised and up-to-date, the Coatings expertise guide, 3rd version offers a vast cross-index of the various points taken with the self-discipline. Containing 14 new chapters, the ebook covers the composition of either natural and inorganic resins, pigments or fillers, and ingredients, from polymeric fluorocarbons to water borne, solvent-borne, and 100% non-volatile compounds. It examines the trying out of uncooked fabrics and items and exhibits dyes utilized in inks with formula info. This variation features a new bankruptcy on strong point pigments for top temperature distinct to this ebook, a bankruptcy on statistical experimentation, a bankruptcy on rules, and a bankruptcy on formulations with a spreadsheet of formula calculations. This source expands your know-how and data of coatings, inks, and adhesives, aids you in challenge fixing, and raises your point of familiarity with the know-how.
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1. Viscosity measurements at very low shear rates are required to determine the yield value. 2. 6 to 24 sec–1, is not suitable for investigating the leveling effects that appear at much lower shear rates. Shear rates experienced during various coating processes are very high, and the viscosity measurements at low shear rates might not disclose coating behavior at these high shear rates. 5 dynes/cm2 produces very fine brush marks, while a yield value of 20 dynes/cm2 produces pronounced brush marks.
Although different deﬁnitions exist for the breadth of a distribution, we will use the most common one involving the averages deﬁned above: MWD (molecular weight dispersity) = Mw Mn A value of unity for this quantity deﬁnes a “narrow distribution” polymer; a value of 2 is obtained in condensation polymers, and higher values indicate considerable breadth of molecular weights. A measure of this quantity can be obtained via GPC, or a combination of NMR and light-scattering techniques. 2 Molecular Weight Between Cross-Links This is deﬁned as the average molar mass between successive cross-link sites in a network polymer and is denoted by the symbol Mc.
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Coatings Technology Handbook (3rd Edition) by Arthur A. Tracton