Water-Based Film Formation

Praw, Mike; Klots, Timothy D.
May 2011
CoatingsTech;May2011, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p32
Academic Journal
The article provides information on the formation of water-based film. It states that the glass transition temperatures of solvents were used in modeling the film formation. It mentions that the film should be left by all of the cosolvent to maximize its properties. Meanwhile, it suggests that not all coatings like the ones in architecture require full inter-diffusion to attain absolute property development.


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