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A novel methodological approach for the assessment of surface cleaning of acrylic emulsion paints

27-May-2018 | Author(s): Theodora Fardi, Valentina Pintus, Elli Kampasakali, Eleni Pavlidou, Konstantinos G. Papaspyropo ..., Microchemical Journal, 2018

Publication date: September 2018 Source:Microchemical Journal, Volume 141 Author(s): Theodora Fardi, Valentina Pintus, Elli Kampasakali, Eleni Pavlidou, Konstantinos G. Papaspyropoulos, Manfred Schreiner, Giorgos Kyriacou In the present study a novel methodology was developed ...

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Oil absorption performance of polymer/clay aerogel materials

11-Oct-2017 | Mohammad I. Al‐Biloushi, Henry Milliman, Matthew D. Gawryla, David A. Schiraldi, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2017

ABSTRACT Oil absorption performance of aerogels produced from poly(amide‐imides), epoxies, and acrylic polymers were dependent upon freezing conditions, which in turn dictated solid state structures of these materials. Denser aerogels have less void space, and are more efficient at filling ...

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Field Flow Fractionation for the Size, Molar Mass, and Gel Content Analysis of Emulsion Polymers for Water‐Based Coatings

29-Jul-2016 | Ashwell C. Makan, Ryan P. Williams, Harald Pasch, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2016

In the present investigation, styrene‐acrylic and pure acrylic emulsions used in water‐based decorative coatings are characterized by size exclusion chromatography (SEC) and asymmetric flow field‐flow fractionation (AF4). Both the separation techniques are coupled online to multiangle laser ...

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Synthesis and Characterization of Allyl Fatty Acid Derivatives as Reactive Coalescing Agents for Latexes

26-Sep-2012 | Joana V. Barbosa, Fernanda Oliveira, Jorge Moniz, Fernão D. Magalhães, Margarida M. S. M. Bastos, Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society, 2012

This work evaluated the use of allyl fatty acid esters derived from vegetable oil (palmitic acid, soybean and sunflower oils) as reactive coalescing agents in a waterborne latex system. Allyl fatty acid derivatives (AFAD) from vegetable oils were synthesized by two different processes. The ...

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Thixotropy and physical aging in acrylic emulsion paint

18-Aug-2011 | Baldewa, Bharat; Joshi, Yogesh M., Polymer Engineering and Science, 2011

Abstract In this article we study thixotropic and time‐dependent rheological behavior of commercial acrylic emulsion paint using a framework of soft glassy rheology. We observe that acrylic emulsion paint, which shows thixotropic rheological behavior, demonstrates various characteristic ...

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Chemo-sensitivity of latex-based films containing segregated networks of carbon nanotubes

20-Nov-2010 | J., Lu , J.F., Feller , B., Kumar , M., Castro , Y.S., Kim , ..., Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2010

In contrast to conventional hydrophobic conductive polymer nanocomposites (CPC) used to design vapor sensors, which are mostly soluble in organic solvents, monodispersed acrylate copolymer latexes present the double advantage of being more sensitive and selective toward polar vapors such as ...

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Study of behaviour on simulated daylight ageing of artists’ acrylic and poly(vinyl acetate) paint films

28-Oct-2010 | María Teresa Doménech-Carbó, Miguel F. Silva, Elvira Aura-Castro, Laura Fuster-López, Stephan Kröner, María Luisa Ma ..., Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 2010

This work proposes a multi-method approach that combines advanced microscopy (SEM/EDX, AFM) and spectroscopy (UV-vis and FTIR) techniques. This approach not only characterises the behaviour of the additives of two commercial poly(vinyl acetate) (PVAc) and acrylic emulsion paints but also ...

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