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Surface-treated mica based on muscovite for anticorrosive coatings

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The paper deals with using lamellar pigments for anticorrosive barrier coatings. By depositing a ferric oxide layer on a muscovite particle a pigment is obtained, which being applied to coatings improves the mechanical properties thereof, resistance to UV radiation and acts as an anticorrosion barrier. The optimum concentration of lamellar surface-treated muscovite in the coatings amounts to 20 vol. %.
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Keywords: Coatings; Corrosion Prevention; Pigments

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 17, 2002

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