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  • Secrets of Bond Strength
    plastic (GRP and CFRP), and sheet-molding compound (SMC) usually bond without difficulty. Of course joint surfaces must be free of all dirt and residual release agent before adhesive is applied. Abrasion with emery cloth, grit-blasting, and cleaning with a solvent such as acetone are all good
  • Tech Tip 6 - Minimum Bond Line
    Epoxies cure by a kinetically favored process. known as an exothermic reaction. By adding a part B curing agent to the part A monomer, the result is a cured polymer network. Some proceed very rapidly at. ambient conditions, others need to be catalyzed. with a temperature or light source, but all
  • Tech Tip 22 - Using Mold Release Agents with Epoxy Adhesives
    Epoxy adhesives are universally known for their high strength and toughness in bonding a wide variety of substrates found in semiconductor and electronics assembly. Although an epoxy's inherent nature is to provide a strong bond, there may be some areas where. adhesion is unwanted or unintended
  • Chemical Applications: Sonolator Application Card - Fumed Silica Dispersions
    or non-polar, shear will help either decrease or increase viscosity. In many applications, the fumed silica is used as a thickening agent and the degree of homogenization will determine just how well the silica particles bond to one another to form an effective lattice network.
  • Optimum Performance of Pressure Sensitive Application (PSA)
    to should be free of dust, mold releases, dirt, oil, moisture or other contaminants in order to assure optimum bond strength. Select a cleaning agent that does not leave a residue such as isopropyl alcohol.
  • Smart Computing Article - Get The Picture
    May 2005 Vol.9 Issue 3 Page(s) 53-54 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Although .GIF, .BMP, .JPG, and .TIF sound a lot like secret agent codes James Bond might use, these graphics file extensions actually represent some of the most common graphics formats you'll encounter as a computer
  • Coating helps P/M tooling beat the heat
    . It consists of a petrochemical wax combined with a polishing agent and other ingredients that promote polymer impregnation into the chrome. After thoroughly cleaning tool surfaces, the coating goes on as the tool sees a high-amperage charge. The charge helps promote good bond strength between
  • Medical Device Link .
    Nanotech Silver Fights Microbes in Medical Devices Nanoengineering could solve problems associated with applying silver as an antimicrobial agent to medical devices. David Tobler and Lenna Warner The number of infections linked to medical devices has fueled an explosion of research in surface

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  • Handbook of Adhesive Chemical and Compounding Ingredients
    Uses: Emulsifier, foaming agent, wetting agent, dispersant, corrosion in- hibitor, softener, dyeing aid, antistat for textiles, paper, cosmetics, in- dustrial, agric., plastics, petrol., acid pickling baths; bactericide, algicide; rubber to textile bonding agent ; hair conditioner .
  • http://repository.up.ac.za/bitstream/handle/2263/30238/dissertation.pdf?sequence=1
    Self-etching dentine bonding agents are a recent addition to the choice of bonding .
  • Handbook of PLASTIC AND RUBBER ADDITIVES Volume 1 and 2
    Uses: Emulsifier, foaming agent, wetting agent, dispersant, corrosion inhib- itor, softener, dyeing aid, antistat for textiles, paper, cosmetics, industrial, agric., plastics, petrol., acid pickling baths; bactericide, algicide; rubber to textile bonding agent ; hair conditioner .
  • Handbook of Paper and Pulp Chemicals
    Uses: Emulsifier, foaming agent, wetting agent, dispersant, corrosion inhibitor, softener, dyeing aid, antistat for textiles, paper, cosmetics, industrial, agric., plastics, petrol., acid pickling baths; bactericide, algicide; rubber to textile bonding agent ; hair conditioner .
  • Handbook of SOLVENTS
    … chemical polishing, paints, priming metals, petroleum refining; acid catalyst; acidulant, flavoring agent, antioxidant synergist, sequestrant in foods; pharmaceutic acid; buffer in cosmetics; in dental cements; in analyti- cal chem.; corrosion/scale inhibitor in drinking water treatment; bond- ing agent (ceramics); metal cleaning; electropolishing …
  • Handbook of Adhesion Technology
    During the storage of reactive adhesives, the influence of humidity is another important consideration besides temperature, especially for moisture-sensitive bonding agents such as cyanoacrylates or single-component polyurethanes, which harden upon contact with mois- ture, like hardeners of reactive adhesives.
  • Handbook of Green Chemicals
    Uses: Emulsifier, foaming agent, wetting agent, dispersant, corrosion inhibitor, softener, dyeing aid, antistat for textiles, paper, cosmetics, industrial, agric., plastics, petrol., acid pickling baths; bactericide, algicide; rubber to textile bonding agent ; hair conditioner .
  • Handbook of Textile Processing Chemicals
    … Nobel Surf. Chem. AB] Chem. Descrip.: Cetrimonium chloride, IPA Uses: Emulsifier, foaming agent, wetting agent, dispersant, corrosion inhibitor, softener, dyeing aid, antistat for textiles, paper, cosmetics, industrial, agric., plastics, petrol., acid pickling baths; bactericide, algicide; rubber to textile bonding agent ; hair conditioner .