A comparative analysis of the influence of various finishing agents on the properties of epoxy compounds filled with potassium polytitanates was carried out. The addition of such micro- and nanodisperse fillers is essential for preparation of composite materials with improved mechanical properties which are largely determined by the processes occurring at the binder-filler interface. The mechanisms of interaction of the finishing agents with the binder and filler were determined. The properties of the composite materials were examined in relation to the content of the finishing agent and the filler addition procedure.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 28, 2013
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