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Acrylic Adhesives


Acrylic adhesives are derived from acrylic acid, methacrylic acid or other related compounds. Acrylic adhesives are of moderate costs and show the particularity to have good adhesion to many substrates (glass, metals, paper, textiles, metallic foils, and plastics).

Explore advancements in acrylic adhesives (high temperature performance, metal adhesion, improved elongation and fatigue resistance…) & new research capabilities contributing to the rapid growth of structural acrylic adhesives.

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May 31, 2011 | Article

Nanoparticles Fill Hydrogel Medical Adhesives with Potential

By Andy Extance

Bandages that do not stay stuck or that are painful to remove blatantly demonstrate where the adhesives that they use need to improve. Hydrogel PSAs have been suggested as an option to avoid...

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May 9, 2011 | Article

Making Acrylic Tape Adhesives Stronger

By Andy Extance

Some of the technologies used to increase acrylic pressure sensitive adhesives' bond strength have themselves brought problems, in particular causing corrosion. Polar monomers exploited to increase...

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Apr 1, 2011 | Article

Will adhesive raw material prices ever come back down?

By Andy Extance

Historically price fluctuations for adhesive raw materials have been directly affected by price changes in petrochemical and energy. With the International Energy Agency predicting that crude oil...

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Mar 23, 2011 | Article

Adhesives with Dual Curing Mechanisms (More Than Twice as Nice)

By Edward M. Petrie

This week's editorial explores what appears to becoming a popular tendency - to incorporate more than one curing mechanism in a single adhesive or sealant. One backs up the other to provide for...

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Jan 3, 2011 | Article

Microsphere pressure sensitive adhesives

By Andy Extance

Today's pressure-sensitive adhesives deliver excellent performance – but there is still room for improvement. They already effectively adhere to various substrates, and are relatively easy to...

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Nov 17, 2010 | Article

Interpenetrating Polymer Networks

By Edward M. Petrie

This article describes the properties of interpenetrating polymeric networks in general and how they are developed and characterized. The article also focuses on how IPN technology can be used to...

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Nov 3, 2010 | Article

Choose Your Raw Materials Carefully for Food Applications

By Andy Extance

Methods to detect, and regulations to limit, adhesive component migration into food are moving ever closer to being established. How happy would you be about eating food packaged in laminates...

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Aug 25, 2010 | Article

Word Confusion: Biopolymer, Biodegradable, Bioadhesive?

By Edward M. Petrie

It seems that we are finding the prefix,“bio-“, in many words. The terms biopolymer, biodegradable, and bioadhesive are confusing. Are all biopolymers biodegradable? And are all biodegradable...

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Oct 8, 2009 | Article

Preparation and properties of a water-borne contact adhesive based on polychloroprene latex and styrene/acrylate emulsion blend.

A water-borne contact adhesive consisting of polychloroprene latex (PCL) and styrene/acrylate emulsion (SAE) blend was developed. In order to blend polychloroprene latex with styrene-acrylate...

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Aug 27, 2008 | Article

Silicone-Acrylate Hybrids for Bonding Low Surface Energy Plastics

By Andy Extance

Teflon could rightly be called one of the chemicals of the 20th century, making good on DuPont's promise to deliver "Better Living Through Chemistry". The use of polytetrafluoroethylene's (PTFE)...

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