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Silanes and Siloxanes as Coupling Agents to Glass: A Perspective

  • Janis G. MatisonsEmail author
Part of the Advances in Silicon Science book series (ADSS, volume 4)

Abstract

In order to understand and develop application and analytical techniques for silane coupling agent modification of glass fiber surfaces and to identify and quantify the factors which influence such modification on surfaces, a detailed understanding of how such coupling agents act and how the surfaces they act upon influence their adsorption is needed. This short review examines the application of silane coupling agents to glass surfaces, and how the nature of glass fiber surface affects the application of such coupling agents.

Keywords

Silane and siloxane coupling agents Silane hydrolysis and condensation Glass surfaces Adsorption on silica 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Gelest Inc.MorrisvilleUSA

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