Adhesion of Polymers
McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 26, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 397 pages
Current applications for bonding and sealing are expensive and time-consuming. Adhesion of Polymers presents a state-of-the-art method for improving bonds and sealing strength between different materials underwater and in the human body. This time- and cost-efficient technology will allow engineers to create or repair stronger seals in underwater pipes, repair ships at sea, even bond and seal tissues in the body.
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Chapter 2 Adhesive Properties Control by SurfaceActive Substances
Chapter 3 Properties of Adhesives Based on Polymeric Mixtures
Chapter 4 Internal Stresses in AdhesiveBonded Joints and Ways of Decreasing Them
Chapter 5 Cementing and Operation of AdhesiveBonded Joints in Liquid Media
Chapter 6 Adhesion and Molecular Mobility of Filled Polymers
Chapter 7 Criteria of Adhesive Joint Strength
Chapter 8 Control of Polymer Properties for Impregnation of Porous Materials
Chapter 9 Practical Applications of Polymer Adhesion Studies
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