Benzoxazine siloxanes as modifiers of epoxy resins for coatings
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Coatings based on epoxy resin ED-20 modified with organosilicon 1,3-benzoxazines at a concentration of 1–10 wt % have been prepared and studied. According to the DSC data, the curing temperature of the modified compositions falls in the range of 130–150°C. It has been shown that the use of benzoxazine siloxanes as modifying additives significantly improves the adhesion and anticorrosive properties of epoxy coatings.
Keywordsepoxy coatings organosilicon 1,3-benzoxazines corrosion exfoliation adhesion
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