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Two series of azo dye systems are considered, namely, 2‐amino‐arylazo‐4‐phenylthiazole axo dye systems 4a,b,c,d,e, and 3‐methyl‐1‐phenylpyrazolone azo dye systems 8a‐d. The shifts of ultraviolet‐visible absorption maxima affected by the structural configuration of the thiazole and pyrazole dye...
The surface character of titanium dioxide (rutile) was altered by surface modification. Silane coupling agents were used as modifiers. Physicochemical properties of the obtained products were evaluated. Effects of the modifier concentration on changes in hydrophilic/hydrophobic properties of the...
UV‐radiation curing has become a well accepted technology which has found its main applications in the coating industry, the graphic arts and microelectronics. The liquid to solid phase change proceeds within a fraction of a second on intense illumination at ambient temperature. The kinetics of...
For numerical treatment of resin‐containing systems and forecasting of their properties, certain models of branching are needed. In this review, existing theoretical models of systems containing branched structures (polymers, aggregates, etc.) are analyzed and compared. The criteria of selection...
A series of painted steel panels ranging in colour from white to black have been assessed for heat build up under the Australian summer sun. The heat build up in these panels varied considerably. Two different laboratory techniques were investigated for prediction of exterior heat build up in...
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