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Surface tensions of polymers can be accurately determined by observing whether droplets of liquids spontaneously spread or not. The polymer surface tension will be higher than the surface tension of a liquid which spreads, and lower than that of a liquid which remains as a droplet.
A light yellow luminescence is emitted when an adhesive binding two sheets of paper is stretched. The adhesive present on the paper is found to be fluorescent. The paper, even without the adhesive, is found to be fluorescent. The fluorescent nature of the materials has been confirmed by...
An introduction to the topic of aqueous silicone resin coating systems for exterior masonry. Concentrates on applications in the construction industry.
Considers the problems faced by the paints used in multi‐occupancy dwellings in the event of fire. Examines the importance of adhesion properties of paint films. Gives details of a range of flame retardant coatings manufactured by Bollom Fire Protection.
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