Characteristics of Thin Film of Nano-Hybrid Synthesized from Acrylic Resin and Colloidal Silca-Silane Sol
Organic-inorganic hybrid blends were prepared in variation with the ratio of sol solution to urethaneacrylic resin. Such sol solutions were synthesized from colloidal silica (CS)/ methyltrimethoxysilane(MTMS)/vinyltrimethoxysilane(VTMS) by sol-gel reaction through two step reactions. Thin films of organic-inorganic hybrid blends were prepared using spin coater on the glass and aluminum sheets. In order to understand surface properties of thin films, contact angle and roughness were measured. Surface contact angle and roughness of thin films increased as the amount of sol solution increased. Thermal dissociation temperature of thin films was observed using TGA. Thin films were stable until 270 oC. Thermal dissociation temperature of thin films improved with increasing sol solution. In order to observe insulation property of thin films, electrical resistance measurements were performed. Surface and volume resistance of thin films increased as the amount of sol solution increased.
Hyung Sun Kim, Yu Bao Li and Soo Wohn Lee
D. P. Kang et al., "Characteristics of Thin Film of Nano-Hybrid Synthesized from Acrylic Resin and Colloidal Silca-Silane Sol", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 510-511, pp. 218-221, 2006