N-Containing perfluoropentanoic acid derivatives were used as modifying additives to commercial epoxy resins. As shown by differential thermal analysis, the fluorinated organic derivatives exhibit catalytic activity in curing of epoxy resins. The following characteristics of the adhesive compounds in the cured state were determined: degree of swelling, gel fraction content, ultimate shear strength of the adhesive joint, adhesion to low-carbon St.3 steel and AMg-6 aluminum-magnesium alloy, and corrosion-protective properties with respect to these materials.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 6, 2014
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