Hydrophobic coatings formed on a polyester fabric by treatment with telomeric solutions prepared by a radiation-chemical procedure in acetone and butyl chloride were studied by IR spectroscopy (MATIR), energy-dispersive analysis, and atomic force microscopy. The hydrophobic properties of the textile material were evaluated by procedures traditional for textile chemistry. Conditions determining the formation of a thin, highly hydrophobic, uniform, and flawless coating resistant to the effect of operation factors were suggested.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 19, 2013
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