Table of Contents Alert: May 2011 Issue of JCTR

May 2011
CoatingsTech;May2011, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p8
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the technical articles in the May 2011 issue of the "Journal of Coatings Technology and Research" (JCTR). It discusses "Shear-thickening in aqueous surfactant-associative thickener mixtures," by Sean J. Manion, Raymond H. Fernando, and Laura L. Johnson. Other articles include "Assessment of elastic properties of coatings by three-point bending and nanoindentation" and "Application of polymer nanoparticle coating for tuning the hydrophobicity of cellulosic substrates."


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