New Developments in Coatings Technologyby Peter Zarras
The current book series that the organizers have prepared is based on a past symposium held at the National Fall ACS Meeting, August 22-26, 2004, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This book will provide an additional forum for several speakers to present their latest results in coatings technology. The scope of this book covers all aspects of coatings: anti-fouling,… See more details below
The current book series that the organizers have prepared is based on a past symposium held at the National Fall ACS Meeting, August 22-26, 2004, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This book will provide an additional forum for several speakers to present their latest results in coatings technology. The scope of this book covers all aspects of coatings: anti-fouling, anti-corrosion, specialty coatings and testing methods for coatings. The book would compliment several previous ACS book series based on coatings: ACS Symposium Series 689 "Organic Coatings for Corrosion Control," edited by Gordon P. Bierwagen, 1998 and ACS Symposium Series 843 "Electroactive Polymers for Corrosion Control," edited by Peter Zarras, John D. Stenger-Smith and Yen Wei, 2003 are targeted only to corrosion scientists and engineers. This symposium book the editors want to publish will reach a more diverse audience with topics that cover a wide variety of coating science. The primary market for this ACS symposium book is the polymer chemist and engineer. This ACS symposium book is focused on polymer synthesis, materials development, advanced applications for coatings and techniques for measuring a coatings performance in various environments. This book addresses current coating technologies geared for an organic-polymer chemist and chemical engineers perspective. The book would add to an academic, industrial or government laboratory inventory of coatings books. The secondary market that will benefit from this book is the paint industry. While normally the paint industry is more application orientated, this symposium series does cover several recent developments in coatings technology specifically geared toward the painting industry.
Table of Contents
Introductory Chapter Chapter 1. Overview of Coatings for Advanced Applications Chapter 2. Scanning Probe Studies of Active Coatings for Corrosion Control of Al Chapter 3. Optimization of One-Step, Low VOC, Chromate-Free Novel Primer Coatings Using a Taguchi Method Approach Chapter 4. Investigation of Electroactive Polymers (EAPs) and Other Pretreatments as Replacements for Chromate Conversion Coatings: A Neutral Salt Fog and Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) Study Chapter 5. Reversible Addition-Fragmentation Chain Transfer Polymerization of 4-Anilinophenylmethacrylate and 4-Anilinophenylacrylate Chapter 6. New Technologies for the Analysis of Marine Coatings Chapter 7. Laboratory Methods to Assess the Anti-fouling and Foul-Release Properties of Novel, Non-biocidal Marine Coatings Chapter 8. Use of Ion Exchange Compounds as Corrosion Inhibiting Pigments in Organic Coatings Chapter 9. Polyurethane/Polysiloxane Ceramer Coatings Chapter 10. Effect of Processing Parameters on the Properties of Solvent-Cast Polyimide Films for Optical Waveguides Chapter 11. Sensor Coatings: Responsive Coatings for the Detection, Identification and Removal of Surface-borne Plutonium and Uranium Chapter 12. High Performance UV-Cured Acrylic Coatings Chapter 13. Polyamide-11 Powder Coatings:Exceptional Resistance to Cavitation Erosion Chapter 14. Using VOC-Exempt Solvents in Coatings: Performance, Productivity and Lower Environmental Impact Chapter 15. Development of a UV-Curable Waterborne Polyurethane Dispersion for Soft Feel Application Chapter 16. Combinatorial and High-throughput Development of Polymer Sensor Coatings for Resonant and Optical Sensors Chapter 17. Using Quartz Crystal Microbalance/Heat Conduction Calorimetry to Monitor the Dryiong and Curing of an Alkyd Spray Enamel Chapter 18. Predicting Service Life Performance: Our Analytical Toolbox Chapter 19. Evaluation of the Protective Properties of Novel Chromate-free Polymer Coatings Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS)
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