Adhesion of Polymers by Vladimir Kestelman, Roman Veslovsky

By Vladimir Kestelman, Roman Veslovsky

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Superposition of these factors for certain surfactant concentrations can bring about independence of the system surface tension on temperature, confirmed by experiment. 0 g/l. 30 Chapter Two to more uniform distribution of surfactant molecules in the oligomer; when the adsorption increases, the system entropy decreases, as illustrated by the decline of the straight lines in Fig. 2. Let us consider the effect of the formation of surfactant micelles on the thermodynamic compatibility of the system.

The surface of filler ‘‘polymerophilized’’ by surfactant initiates adsorption of the polymers from solution. The adsorption (initiated by dichlorostearic acid) of perchlorovinyl resin from the dichloroethane is assumed to be caused by stretching out of the globules by the activated surface of the adsorbent; when the surface of the filler is partially filled with the surfactant molecules, the polymer is able to chemosorb onto the unmodified portions of the surfaces. Surfactants are often added into paint materials to enable the painting of wet surfaces.

In this case CCMF shifts into the area of lower surfactant concentrations without any change in the surface tension (see Fig. 7). Consider the change in the system surface tension with the extent of epoxy group conversion at different surfactant contents (Fig. 8). The transition of the surfactant molecules into the associated state with increase of the degree of epoxy groups conversion (with increase of the oligomer molecular weight) results in depletion of the surface layer of surfactant molecules by diffusion to lower-concentration regions, which causes the increase of the system surface tension (see Fig.

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