13 October 2013
Year: 2013
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In the last few years the so called hybrid materials are the subject of many researches as new materials because of their peculiar properties. These materials provide to combine the high ductility and low temperature processing conditions of polymers with the outstanding properties of ceramics, such as hardness, high modulus and thermal stability as well as low coefficient of thermal expansion. As a subdivision of hybrids, UV-curable hybrid materials show synergistic advantages of both UV-curing process and nanotechnology and therefore impart some unique properties to these materials, finally finding potential uses in fields such as printing, inks, adhesives and especially clear coats. 

2013 RTE Conference Influence of Silane Precursor Structure on Surface Properties of UV-curable Hybrid Clear Coatings
Author: M. Mohseni | 11 pages

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