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The Influence of the Colloidal Structure of Polymer Blends on the Adhesion Strength of Polyolefin Compositions

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The way an adhesive composition peels depends on the competing influences of its physical and mechanical properties and the reduced acidity parameter of the polymer, which forms a continuous phase. In practice, this can mean that on the outside insulation of steel pipes “dilution” of the expensive adhesive, usually a double or triple ethylene copolymer, by the less expensive polyethylene is possible, in a ratio that provides a continuous phase of “adhesion active” components. Considering the large difference in price and the fact that, in Russia, all high-quality adhesive ethylene copolymers are imported, such dilution could be an economically attractive approach.
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Keywords: Adhesion; blends; colloid; composition; polymers; polyolefin; strength

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Kazan State Technological University, 68 Karl Marx StKazan,420015,Tatarstan, Russia 2: N.M. Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics,Russian Academy of Sciences, 4 Kosygin StMoscow,119334, Russia

Publication date: May 3, 2012

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