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Friday, 25 April 2014
Coatings Binders
153 item(s) for Coatings Binders
22 Apr 14
Investigating biobased copolymers as alkyd-type surface coatings

Novel biobased poly(vinyl ether) copolymers derived from soybean oil and menthol were produced by cationic polymerisation and investigated for application as alkyd-type surface coatings.

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18 Apr 14
Quest for sustainable polyesters gives insight into the future

Polyesters from renewable resources are an expanding area with a burgeoning scientific activity, nevertheless little has been reviewed about this particular class of polymers.

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15 Apr 14
Low molecular weight liquid epoxy resins enhance reactivity

Two liquid epoxy resins with a favorable viscosity behaviour at low temperatures extend the range of resins for construction chemicals and coatings industry.

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14 Apr 14
Synthesising high siloxane containing acrylic binder

Indian researchers present a study on the synthesis and characterisation of polystyrene-acrylate/polysiloxane core shell latex systems through regular seeded emulsion polymerisation.

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7 Apr 14
Using CO2 as sustainable feedstock for polyurethane production

Eight German researchers synthesised tailor-made polyethercarbonate polyols from propylene oxide and CO2.

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24 Mar 14
Why are specific classes of binders used in specific applications?

These and other questions will be answered in the seminar "Introduction to polymeric binders”.

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4 Mar 14
Is oleander suitable as raw material for oil-based alkyd resins?

Yellow oleander (Thevetia peruviana) is an ever-green, ornamental, dicotyledonous shrub belonging to the Apocynaceae family.

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13 Feb 14
Styrene acrylic emulsions provide high efficiency in printing inks

BASF has launched two new "Joncryl” products for water-based inks and overprint varnishes (OPV) used in the paper and corrugated board industry.

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28 Jan 14
Prepolymers from green tea extract provide bio-based epoxy resin

In a research paper from France, phenolic extract from the green tea leaves was used for the production of thermoset epoxy resins.

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