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4 Newest Publications about the topic acrylic dispersions

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The colloidal properties of alkaline‐soluble waterborne polymers

11-Jan-2018 | Jurgen Scheerder, Remy Dollekens, Harm Langermans, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2018

ABSTRACT Waterborne polymer dispersions are widely used in coatings and graphic arts markets as environmentally friendly and more sustainable alternatives to solvent borne binders. Traditionally, waterborne (meth)acrylic dispersions are prepared by emulsion polymerization using low molar mass ...

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Water Whitening Reduction in Waterborne Pressure‐Sensitive Adhesives Produced with Polymerizable Surfactants

28-Apr-2015 | Ziortza Aguirreurreta, Jörg‐Alexander Dimmer, Immanuel Willerich, José C. de la Cal, Jose R. Leiza, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2015

Water whitening resistance of pressure‐sensitive adhesives obtained from high solids content acrylic dispersions is studied. The effect of the pH and surfactant system on the water whitening of the final films is investigated. The pH used throughout the polymerization process and the pH at ...

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Mechanical Properties of Adhesive Films Obtained from PU−Acrylic Hybrid Particles

19-Apr-2011 | Elise Degrandi-Contraires; Ravindra Udagama; Elodie Bourgeat-Lami; Timothy McKenna; Keltoum Ouzineb; Costantino Creton, Macromolecules, 2011

The mechanical and adhesive properties of films made from novel hybrid urethane/acrylic dispersions have been investigated. The adhesive films were obtained from the drying of bicomponent acrylic urethane latexes prepared by miniemulsion polymerization. In the companion paper, phase separation at ...

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Designing white‐light LED lighting for the display of art: A feasibility study

08-Oct-2010 | Berns, Roy S., Color Research & Application, 2010

Abstract When displaying art, several criteria must be balanced when designing illumination including the artist's intention, damage, energy efficiency, viewing experience and understanding, and for commercial galleries and sales. The most common lighting for art includes natural daylight and ...

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