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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Improved latex film-glass adhesion under wet environments by using an aluminum polyphosphate filler
Author: De Souza, EF
Da Silva, MDCVM
Galembeck, F
Abstract: Non-crystalline aluminum polyphosphate (AIPP) was added as a filler to poly(vinyl acetate) latex and the resulting dispersion was used both as a glass coating and as a glass-to-glass adhesive. Latex-coated glass samples were subjected to a grid adhesion test following the ASTM D 3359 standard, in which the samples are immersed in water. AIPP improves the latex polymer film adhesion to glass, as evidenced by coating film and adhesive joint stabilities. This is explained in terms of the formation of Al(3+) ion bridges between the polymer-polyphosphate bicontinuous composite film and the glass surface.
Subject: wet adhesion
latex adhesion improver
bicontinuous adhesive
latex-glass adhesion
Country: Holanda
Editor: Brill Academic Publishers
Rights: fechado
Date Issue: 1999
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