Other Applications of Silane Coupling Agents

  • Edwin P. Plueddemann

Abstract

In addition to their applications as coupling agents in mineral-filled organic resin composites, the various organofunctional silanes are arousing much interest in other areas of surface modification. A symposium on silylated surfaces, held at the Midland Macromolecular Institute in 1978, was devoted to some of these “other” applications of silylated surfaces.1 Many additional properties of silylated surfaces present obvious possibilities, but have not been studied enough for practical application.

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Water Repellent Silane Coupling Agent Breach Science Publisher Control Pore Glass Silylating Agent 
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Authors and Affiliations

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

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