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Colloids in Paints

Colloids in Paints

Tharwat F. Tadros (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-64160-4

Aug 2011

270 pages

$165.99

Description

The first modern approach to relate fundamental research to the applied science of colloids, this series bridges academic research and practical applications, thus providing the information vital to both. Written by the very best scientists in their respective disciplines, this volume describes the role of colloids in paints, highlighting the importance of fundamental research in industrial applications.
For surface, polymer and physicochemists, materials scientists, and chemical engineers.




Preface
COLLOIDS IN PAINTS
The Disperse Particles
The Dispersion Medium and Film Formers
Deposition of Particles and Their Adhesion to the Substrate
Flow Characteristics (Rheology) of Paints
EMULSION, DISPERSION AND SUSPENSION POLYMERIZATION: PREPARATION OF POLYMER COLLOIDS AND THEIR STABILIZATION
Emulsion Polymerization
Polymeric Surfactants for Stabilization of Preformed Latex Dispersions
Dispersion Polymerization
PIGMENT DISPERSION
Powder Wetting
Breaking of Aggregates and Agglomerates (Deagglomeration)
Wet Milling (Comminution)
COLLOID STABILIZATION OF PAINT DISPERSIONS
Electrostatic Double Layer Repulsion
Total Energy of Interaction
Adsorption and Conformation of Polymeric Surfactants at Interfaces
Interaction Between Particles Containing Adsorbed Polymeric Surfactant Layers
PARTICLE DEPOSITION AND ADHESION
Deposition of Particles on Surfaces
Particle-Surface Adhesion
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF RHEOLOGY
Principles of Steady-state Measurements
Principles of Viscoelastic Behavior
RHEOLOGY OF SUSPENSIONS, EMULSIONS AND THEIR MIXTURES (SUPEREMULSIONS)
Rheology of Suspensions
Rheology of Emulsions
Rheology of Suspoemulsions of Polystyrene Latex and Isoparaffinic Oil Stabilized with Synperonic PE (PEO-PPO-PEO A-B-A Block Copolymer)
RHEOLOGY MODIFIERS, THICKENERS AND GELS
Introduction
Classification of Thickeners and Gels
Definition of a ¿Gel¿
Classifiaction of Gels
Polymer Gels
Particulate Gels
RHEOLOGY OF PAINTS
Introduction
Experimental Techniques for Studying Paint Rheology
Application of Rheological Techniques to Paint Formulations
Application of Rheology for Paint Evaluation
Examples of the Flow Properties of Some Commercial Paints
About the editor:

"Dr. Tadros is a very well recognized individual in the surface chemistry community and is known to write well."
(Prof. Krister Holmberg, Chalmers University, Göteborg, Sweden)

"The author is a well-known scientist in this field with a long experience in colloid science."
(Henkel KGaA, Düsseldorf, Germany)

"Dr. Tadros is well-known in the field of colloid science. High quality can be expected."
(University of Bayreuth, Germany)

"Professor Tadros is a well-known expert on the topic. Because of his industrial experience it might be possible to close the gap between fundamentals and the relevance and applications in the practice."
(Dr. Oetter, BASF AG, Ludwigshafen, Germany)

"Dr. Tadros is a well-known scientist in emulsion and rheology science who can write about fundamentals and applications of surfactants."
(Yokohama National University, Japan)