By Theodore Provder, Mitchell A. Winnik, Marek W. Urban
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Mechanisms of particle deformation in the course of latex movie formation / F. Dobler and Y. Holl --
Geometric issues in latex movie formation / Edwin F. Meyer, III --
effect of polar substituents on the latex floor on polymer interdiffusion charges in latex movies / Mitchell A. Winnik --
Steady-state fluorescence option to examine movie formation from latex debris having a excessive glass-transition temperature / Ö. Pekcan and M. Canpolat --
Small-angle neutron scattering stories of polymer interdiffusion in the course of latex movie formation / Ming-Da european and Robert Ullman --
In situ sensor for tracking molecular and actual estate alterations in the course of movie formation / D.E. Kranbuehl, D. Hood, C. Kellam, and J. Yang --
Dynamic viscoelastic homes of polymer latex movies : function of middle chains and particle-particle interfaces / J. Richard --
function of interdiffusion in movie formation of polymer latices / Albrecht Zosel and Gregor Ley --
movie formation and mechanical habit of polymer latices / C. Gauthier, A. Guyot, J. Perez, and O. Sindt --
therapeutic and fracture experiences in incompletely annealed latex movies and similar fabrics / M. Sambasivam, A. Klein, and L.H. Sperling --
improvement of houses in the course of therapy of epoxy and acrylate coating fabrics / Jakob Lange, Anders Hult, and Jan-Anders E. Månson --
movie formation and actual getting older in natural coatings / D.Y. Perera, P. Schutyser, C. de Lame, and D. Vanden Eynde --
Correlation among community mechanical homes and actual houses in polyester-urethane coatings / James C. Scanlan, Dean C. Webster, and Allen L. Crain --
impression of amine solubilizer constitution on cured movie houses of water-reducible thermoset structures / L.W. Hill, P.E. Ferrell, and J.J. Gummeson --
Small-angle neutron scattering reports of composite latex movie constitution / Y. Chevalier, M. Hidalgo, J.-Y. Cavaillé, and B. Cabane --
constructions of stretched latex movies / Y. Rharbi, F. Boué, M. Joanicot, and B. Cabane --
effect of morphology on movie formation of acrylic dispersions / M.P.J. Heuts, R.A. le Fêbre, J.L.M. van Hilst, and G.C. Overbeek --
Mechanical stories of movie formation in waterborne coatings by means of atomic strength microscopy / A.G. Gilicinski and C.R. Hegedus --
Latex movie formation at surfaces and interfaces : spectroscopic attenuated overall reflectance and photoacoustic Fourier remodel IR ways / B.-J. Niu, L.R. Martin, L.K. Tebelius, and Marek W. city --
Rate-limiting steps in movie formation of acrylic latices as elucidated with ellipsometry and environmental scanning electron microscopy / J.L. Keddie, P. Meredith, R.A.L. Jones, and A.M. Donald --
the connection among movie formation and anticorrosive houses of latex polymers / R. Satguru, J.C. Padget, and P.J. Moreland --
Permeation and morphology in polymer latex movies containing leachable ingredients / P.A. Steward, J. Hearn, M.C. Wilkinson, A.J. Wilson, and B.J. Roulstone --
movie formation and morphology in two-component, ambient-cured, waterborne epoxy coatings / Frederick H. Walker and Olga Shaffer --
Stripe styles shaped in particle movies : reason and therapy / Eiki Adachi, Antony S. Dimitrov, and Kuniaki Nagayama --
Cross-linking water-reducible coatings through direct esterification / Guobei Chu, Frank N. Jones, Rahim Armat, and Stacy G. motorbike --
movie formation in hexafluoropropylene plasmas / M.S. Silverstein and R. Chen --
Fabrication and alertness of particle-crystalline movies / Kuniaki Nagayama and Antony S. Dimitrov --
training and characterization of cross-linked hydroxypropyl cellulose hydrophilic motion pictures / Cheng Qian track, Morton H. Litt, and Ica Manas-Zloczower --
Designing coating brokers for inorganic polycrystalline fabrics / A.K. Chattopadhyay, L. Ghaicha, Bai Yubai, G. Munger, and R.M. Leblanc --
Amine-quinone polymers as binders for metal-particle-tape formula : impression of polymer constitution on dispersion caliber and corrosion defense / Antony P. Chacko, Russell I. Webb, and David E. Nikles.
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10) which sides are 2R and 2>/3 R, R being the radius of the particles. Inside of this rectangle, one finds the equivalent of two particles. The magnitude of the capillary forces is thus Fc = 2 χ 2πRγw cosO. The capillary pressure is Pc = 4πR y cosO / 4 V3 R . 8 y / R. 9 given by Brown. If θ and α are different from zero, it is even lower. The consequence is that all deformation criteria using Brown's equation for capillary pressure cannot be right. ch002 PW Ρ Α Ρ Α ΡΑ PW P P A W A Α A A 2 W A W A Remark Concerning Deformation Criteria.
A central part always remained, the size of which was larger when water evaporation had been stopped later in the course of the drying process. If relative humidity was decreased to allow water to evaporate again, the spots grew again. However, once the whole surface had become iridescent, the iridescence was irreversible. In Sheetz's theory, closing of the surface takes place when the particles are already close packed. This seems not to be the case in Dobler's system. The surface of the latices becomes iridescent far before the stage of close packing is reached.
Film Formation in Waterborne Coatings by Theodore Provder, Mitchell A. Winnik, Marek W. Urban