First published: January cepcosojurre.cf Cited by: 2. About. Related; Information. ePDF PDF. PDF · ePDF PDF · PDF. Tools. Abstract (en). A curable epoxy resin composition comprising a polyepoxide resin and an amine curative characterized in that the amine curative comprises the. Goodman, S.H. 'Epoxy Resins', ch. 6 in Handbook of Thermoset Plastics, (S.H. Goodman, Ed.), Noyes Publications, Park Ridge, New Jersey, , pp. – .
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In epoxy technology, curatives are most frequently called curing agents. Often Epoxy Resins the terms hardener, activator, or catalyst are applied to specific types of curing agents.
It is advisable to distinguish clearly between true catalytic curing agents that participate in the crosslinking via the traditional chemical concept of catalysis, and multifunctional crosslinking agents that become chemically bound in the fmal three-dimensional structure. The latter, therefore, can strongly influence the properties of the end plastic.
Too often this fact is overlooked or not understood, causing non-optimized formulations to be used under inappropriate circumstances. Consultation with established epoxy formulating chemists is rigorously advised before indiscriminate changes in formula or cure conditions are made to effect property changes. Stoichiometry In the same vein, attention must be paid to the stoichiometric relationships between curing agents and resins.Enns, J.
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