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Electrochemical noise of unalloyed steel in mixtures of water‐based binders and pigments

01-Sep-2017 | A. Heyn, P. Rosemann, M. Babutzka, S. Bender, Materials and Corrosion, 2017

The development of organic coatings for corrosion protection is an elaborate process with a multitude of often interminable investigations and tests of protection properties. Electrochemical methods support the processes of development to a great extent and help to understand mechanisms of ...

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Network characterization of phenolic-based coatings

06-Aug-2017 | Author(s): Patrice Roose, Anita Herssens, Thierry Lardot, Peter Ziegler, Oliver Etz, Dirk Bontinck, Reactive and Functional Polymers, 2017

Publication date: Available online 1 August 2017 Source:Reactive and Functional Polymers Author(s): Patrice Roose, Anita Herssens, Thierry Lardot, Peter Ziegler, Oliver Etz, Dirk Bontinck Phenolic-based coating systems incorporating typical binding resins such as epoxies or ...

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Sensory and Physical Effects of Sugar Reduction in a Caramel Coating System

04-Jul-2017 | Emily J. Mayhew, Shelly J. Schmidt, Soo‐Yeun Lee, Journal of Food Science, 2017

Abstract Sugar reduction in processed foods is a pressing and complex problem, as sugars contribute important sensory and physical properties to foods. Composed of sugars and lipids, caramel coating systems, like the coating in caramel popcorns, exemplify this challenge. In order to probe the ...

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A Microvascular System for the Autonomous Regeneration of Large Scale Damage in Polymeric Coatings 

07-Jun-2017 | Ryan C. R. Gergely, Michael N. Rossol, Sharon Tsubaki, Jonathan Wang, Nancy R. Sottos, Scott R. White, Advanced Engineering Materials, 2017

Self‐healing polymers are capable of self‐repair either in response to the damage or through external stimuli, but are limited in their ability to autonomously control the volume of healing agents released, in the length scale of damage they address, and in their ability to respond to multiple ...

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Materials, Vol. 10, Pages 594: Rapid Prototyping of Slot Die Devices for Roll to Roll Production of EL Fibers

29-May-2017 | Bellingham, Alyssa ; Bromhead, Nicholas ; Fontecchio, Adam, Materials, 2017

There is a growing interest in fibers supporting optoelectrical properties for textile and wearable display applications. Solution-processed electroluminescent (EL) material systems can be continuously deposited onto fiber or yarn substrates in a roll-to-roll process, making it easy to scale ...

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Spray‐On Polymer–Clay Multilayers as a Superior Anticorrosion Metal Pretreatment

27-Mar-2017 | Pilar C. Suarez‐Martinez, Jerome Robinson, Hyosung An, Robert C. Nahas, Douglas Cinoman, Jodie L. Lutkenhaus, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2017

Pretreatment coatings applied to metals are essential in the overall performance of anticorrosion coating systems. Hexavalent chromium, a widely used pretreatment for aluminum is now considered harmful. Therefore, a need for environment‐friendly yet efficient and scalable pretreatment coatings ...

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Materials, Vol. 10, Pages 245: Mechanical Properties of ZTO, ITO, and a-Si:H Multilayer Films for Flexible Thin Film Solar Cells

01-Mar-2017 | Hengst, Claudia ; Menzel, Siegfried B; Rane, Gayatri K; Smirnov, Vladimir ; Wilken, Karen ; Leszczynska, Barbara ; F ..., Materials, 2017

The behavior of bi- and trilayer coating systems for flexible a-Si:H based solar cells consisting of a barrier, an electrode, and an absorption layer is studied under mechanical load. First, the film morphology, stress, Young’s modulus, and crack onset strain (COS) were analyzed for single film ...

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Nitridische und oxinitridische HPPMS‐Beschichtungen für den Einsatz in der Kunststoffverarbeitung (Teil 2)

08-Feb-2017 | Kirsten Bobzin, Guido Grundmeier, Tobias Brögelmann, Teresa de los Arcos, Martin Wiesing, Nathan C. Kruppe, Vakuum in Forschung und Praxis, 2017

Abstract In der vorherigen Ausgabe wurden drei oxinitridische Hartstoffschichten auf CrAl‐Basis beschrieben, die mittels der physikalischen Gasphasenabscheidung (physical vapour deposition, PVD) als Schutzschichten vor adhäsivem und abrasivem Verschleiß in der Kunststoffextrusion hergestellt ...

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Influence of Poly(ε‐caprolactone) Molecular Weight and Coumarin Amount on Photo‐Responsive Polyurethane Properties

30-Dec-2016 | Cástor Salgado, Marina P. Arrieta, Laura Peponi, Marta Fernández‐García, Daniel López, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2016

Photo‐reversible polyurethane (PU) coatings based on coumarin diol (CD) are obtained. Initially, pre‐polymers based on different amounts of coumarin (5, 15, and 25 mol%) and 1,6‐hexamethylene diisocyanate are prepared to obtain PUs with a large incorporation of CD and high molecular weight. The ...

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Nitridische und oxinitridische HPPMS‐Beschichtungen für den Einsatz in der Kunststoffverarbeitung (Teil 1)

22-Nov-2016 | Kirsten Bobzin, Guido Grundmeier, Tobias Brögelmann, Teresa de los Arcos, Martin Wiesing, Nathan C. Kruppe, Vakuum in Forschung und Praxis, 2016

Abstract In der Kunststoffverarbeitung zählen adhäsiver und abrasiver Verschleiß zu den Hauptschadensmechanismen. Für den Verschleißschutz und die Standzeiterhöhung der in der Verarbeitung eingesetzten Werkzeuge und zur Verbesserung der Produktqualität der hergestellten Kunststoffprodukte ...

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