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From Handbook of Adhesives and Sealants, Volume 2
Guy Rabilloud

In 1962, Guy Rabilloud got a doctorate in chemical and physical sciences from the Nobel prize laureate of physics Louis N el. Two years later, he joined the department of fine chemicals at IFP, the French Petroleum Institute. For 30 years, he studied and developed new heat-resistant polymers for the advanced technologies, signing more than 150 patents and scientific publications. During the decade 1970 1980, he was also associate professor in macromolecular chemistry at the universities of Grenoble and Lyon. In the early 1980s, he became assistant manager of Cemota, a subsidiary of IFP created to develop, manufacture and commercialize high-performance polymers for the electronic and aerospace industries. In 1990, he spent one year as a consultant attached to the Singapore Institute of Standards and Industrial Research. Dr Rabilloud is the co-author of several books dealing with the applications of polymers, including adhesives, films and composite materials. He recently published three books providing an overview on the use of polymers in electronics, in particular conductive adhesives and heatresistant insulating films.

Keywords: Acetylene-terminated resins; Adhesive properties; Application of structural adhesives; Bismaleimide (BMI) adhesives; Coefficient of linear thermal expansion (CTE); Condensation of oligomers; Condensation prepolymers; CTBN rubbers; Degree of polycondensation (DP); Dielectric properties; Epoxy novolacs; Epoxy-phenolic adhesives; Fracture energy; Fracture toughness; Glass transition temperature; Heat of polymerisation; Heterocyclic polymers; High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC); Imidisation kinetics; Infrared spectroscopy; Isothermal thermogravimetric analysis (ITGA); Lap shear strength; Maleimide- terminated resins; Mechanical properties; Molecular weight determination; Nadimide-treated resins; Norbornene-terminated imides; Nuclear magnetic resonance; Peel...

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Thermosets and Thermoset Resins
Thermosets and thermoset materials are crosslinked polymeric resins that are cured or set using heat or heat and pressure. They generally have a higher resistance to heat than thermoplastics.
Anaerobic Adhesives and Anaerobic Sealants
Anaerobic adhesives and anaerobic sealants cure in the absence of air or oxygen.
Electrical and Electronic Resins
Electrical and electronic resins includes adhesives, greases, pads, stock shapes, tapes, encapsulants, potting compounds, thermal interface materials, and electrically conductive substances used in electrical, electronics, and semiconductor applications.
Specialty Polymers and Resins
Specialty polymers and resins are proprietary polymers, resins, monomers and intermediates. They include products that are based on proprietary curing technologies or chemistries, or that are designed for specialized applications.
Industrial Adhesives
Industrial adhesives consist of hot melt adhesives, epoxy adhesives, polyurethane adhesives, sealants, thermoset adhesives, UV curing adhesives, silicon adhesives, acrylic adhesives and other related industrial products.

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