Pressure-Sensitive Design and Formulation, Application / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Taylor & Francis
Growing interest in the formulation of pressure-sensitive adhesives as described in the first edition of this book ( Pressure-Sensitive Formulation, VSP, 2000) required a new, enlarged edition including the design of pressure-sensitive adhesives as a separate volume. Developments in the understanding of pressure sensitivity were necessary to use macromolecular chemistry for pressure-sensitive design. Such developments include polymer physics and contact mechanics. Progress in coating technology, especially in in-line coating- and synthesis, opened new ways for the design of pressure-sensitive adhesives and products as well. Actually, pressure-sensitive-products with and without adhesives compete requiring a broad variety of material formulations and the corresponding manufacturing technology.
The first volume of the book examines the theoretical aspects of pressure-sensitive design, based on macromolecular chemistry, macromolecular physics, rheology and contact mechanics.
The second volume describes the practical aspects of pressure-sensitive design and formulation, related to product application.
The advances in the various domains are described by specialists.
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About the Author
István Benedek, Ph.D. (1972) in Polymer Chemistry and Engineering Technology from the Polytechnic University of Temeswar. He is the author of several books about polymers. He published the following works about pressure-sensitives: Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives Technology (Marcel Dekker, 1997); Developments and Manufacture of Pressure-Sensitive Products (Marcel Dekker, 1999), Pressure-Sensitive Formulation (VSP, 2000); Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives and Applications (Marcel Dekker, 2004) and Developments in Pressure-Sensitive Products (CRC, 2005).
Table of Contents
1. Design- and Formulation Basis
Raw materials for PSPs
2. Hot-Melt PSAs Based on Styrenic Polymer
Hot-melt pressure- sensitive adhesives
Styrenic block copolymer
Tackifiers for sbc-based hot-melt PSAs
Adhesion performance of SBC-based HMPSAs
3. Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives of Controlled Water-Absorbing Capacity
Mikhail M. Feldstein, Gary W. Cleary and Parminder Singh
Molecular nature of pressure-sensitive adhesion
Basic types of interpolymer complexes
Thermodynamic principles of interpolymer complex formation
Adhesives based on ladder- like complexes
Adhesives based on carcass-like complexes
Adhesives based on the combination of ladder-like and carcass-like types of interpolymer complexes
CorplexTM adhesives of controlled water-absorbing capacity
4. Removable and Repositionable Pressure-Sensitive Materials
Removable and repositionable pressure-sensitive adhesives
Influence of the coating weight on tack and peel adhesion
Test methods for removable PSAs
Prospects for removable and repositionable PSA
5. UV-Curable Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives
Hyun-Sung Do and Hyun-Joong Kim
What is UV?
Adhesion properties of UV-curable PSAs
Kinetics of UV-curable PSAs
6. Pressure-Sensitive Design and Formulation in Practice
Design and formulation for adhesive properties
Design and formulation for pressure-sensitive product classes