General Concepts

  • Edwin P. Plueddemann

Abstract

Although bonding of organic polymers to inorganic surfaces has long been a familiar operation (e.g., protective coatings on metals), a major need for new bonding techniques arose in 1940 when glass fibers were first used as reinforcement in organic resins. The specific strength-to-weight ratios of early glass-resin composites were higher than those of aluminum or steel, but they lost much of their strength during prolonged exposure to moisture. This loss in strength was attributed to the debonding of resin from hydrophilic glass by the intrusion of water.

Keywords

Flexural Strength Coupling Agent Mineral Surface Silane Coupling Agent Polyester Composite 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Edwin P. Plueddemann
    • 1
  1. 1.Dow Corning CorporationMidlandUSA

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