Organic Coatings: Science and Technology / Edition 2 available in Hardcover
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Incorporating recent developments, Organic Coatings: Science and Technology, Second Edition helps scientists, engineers, and paint for-mulators to better understand the principles underlying the technology and use them effectively in the development, production, and application of various types of coatings.
It correlates the technology to the current state of knowledge in the field, addressing the complexities inherent in the formulation process which are often overlooked in the professional literature.
The authors introduce readers to the subject with seven chapters on key properties of coatings, then proceed to cover raw materials (binders, solvents, pigments), physical concepts, formulations, and applications. Each topic is carefully summarized and accompanied by extensive references to sources of detailed information—particularly useful in self-study.
In addition to clearly defining industry terms, the book includes hundreds of figures as well as troubleshooting advice for organic, surface, polymer, and coatings scientists, engineers, and paint formulators in all branches of the coatings industry. The material is also applicable to the related areas of printing inks, adhesives, and parts of the plastics industry.
Substantially reorganized in this accessible, self-contained volume, Organic Coatings: Science and Technology, Second Edition provides a systematic, up-to-date survey of the principles underlying the production and use of organic coatings and paints. Complete with 250 figures, this immensely useful text/reference includes:
*New developments in the field since the publication of the First Edition
*Concise descriptions of raw materials, physical concepts, formulation, applications, and properties
*Troubleshooting guidance for coatings scientists and technologists
*Precise definitions of coatings industry terminology for newcomers to the field
*Extensive references reflecting current literature
*An appendix listing useful sources.
About the Author
ZENO W. WICKS, Jr., PhD, has more than fifty years of experience in the coatings field, including twenty-eight years with Inmont Corporation and eleven years as Professor and Chairman of the Department of Polymers and Coatings at North Dakota State University. Currently working as a consultant, Dr. Wicks is the recipient of the Mattiello Memorial Lectureship, the Roy W. Tess Award, and four Roon Awards.
FRANK N. JONES, PhD, is a Research Professor at the Coatings Research Institute of Eastern Michigan University, as well as the Principal of Coatings Consulting Services, LLC. He is the recipient of the Mattiello Memorial Lectureship and three Roon Awards.
S. PETER PAPPAS, PhD, is currently a consultant who teaches frequent technical short courses. Dr. Pappas has been a corporate scientist at Kodak Polychrome Graphics, scientific fellow at Loctite, and a professor in the Department of Polymers and Coatings at North Dakota State University. He is the recipient of five Roon Awards.
DOUGLAS A. WICKS, PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Polymer Science and Engineering at the University of Southern Mississippi.
Table of ContentsWhat are Coatings?
Polymerization and Film Formation.
Corrosion Protection by Coatings.
Binders Based on Isocyanates: Polyurethanes.
Epoxy and Phenolic Resins.
Other Resins and Cross-Linkers.
Color and Appearance.
Pigment Volume Relationships.
Solvent-Borne and High Solids Coatings.
Radiation Cure Coatings.
Product Coatings for Metal Substrates.
Product Coatings for Nonmetallic Substrates.
Special Purpose Coatings.
Perspectives on Coatings Design.