Surface Coatings: Volume 1 Raw Materials and Their Usage by Oil and Colour Chemists' AssociationSurface Coatings: Volume 1 Raw Materials and Their Usage by Oil and Colour Chemists' Association

Surface Coatings: Volume 1 Raw Materials and Their Usage

byOil and Colour Chemists' Association

Paperback | November 2, 2012

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Since Surface Coatings first appeared in 1974, the industry has undergone dramatic and rapid changes both in direction and emphasis, and this new edition mirrors these changes. Volume I includes coverage of aqueous systems, with chapters on emulsions and aqueous resins as well as providing an excellent introduction to polymer science, pigments, solvents and additives.
Title:Surface Coatings: Volume 1 Raw Materials and Their UsageFormat:PaperbackDimensions:622 pagesPublished:November 2, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401045348

ISBN - 13:9789401045346

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Table of Contents

The future of the coatings industry. Safety in the workplace. Polymer molecules. Vegetable oils and oleoresinous media. Alkyd resins. Oil-free saturated polyester resins including gelcoats. Amino resins. Phenolic resins. Solvent-borne urethane resins. Water-borne urethane resins. Epoxy resins and curing agents. Epoxy resins - water-borne. Silicone resins. Solution acrylic polymers. Solvent-borne non-convertible coatings. Solvent-borne thermosetting acrylics. Water-reducible resins. Emulsion polymerization theory. Latex properties - effect of monomer composition. Latex properties: effect of water phase and particle size. Film formation. Latex properties 4: manufacture and testing. Opacifiers for latex paints. Solvents. Anti-corrosive inorganic pigments. Titanium dioxide pigments. Inorganic pigments - other. Organic pigments. Extender pigments. Synthetic silica. Paint additives. Rheological additives for latex paints. Driers.

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Despie being contributed by different authors, there is a cogency in the presentation of the subject matter. The text in each chapter is presented in a simple, lucid language...The book if highly useful to people engaged in industrial work and research and development. - Bulletin of Electrochemistry