Properties of Polysiylate Binders for Sol-Silicate Pains


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Information is provided on the composition of polysilicate solutions obtained by mixing liquid glass and silica sol. It was found that the introduction of the sol leads to an increase in the silicate module and contributes to an increase in the fraction of high-polymer fractions of the silicon-oxygen anions. The results of the kinetics of the variation of α-SiO2 and β-SiO2. It is shown, that coatings based on the polysilicate solutions are characterized by faster curing. The was found correlation between the content of high-polymer fractions of silicic anions in a polysilicate solution and the tensile strength of films. Increase in the g-SiO2 content promote increase in the tensile strength of films. The composition of sol silicate paint is developed. Coatings based on paint have a high performance property.



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Prof. Mosbeh Kaloop




V. I. Loganina et al., "Properties of Polysiylate Binders for Sol-Silicate Pains", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 1147, pp. 1-4, 2018

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May 2018




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