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By Antonio Pizzi, Kashmiri L. Mittal

This guide units out to bridge the technological hole among clinical literature and business practices. It examines the advanced and complicated know-how of adhesives, proposing valuable new details for lots of vital sessions of adhesives, and discusses all points of adhesive bonding.

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Adhesives in the Electronics Industry Monika Bauer and Jürgen Schneider 587 37. Adhesives in the Wood Industry Terry Sellers, Jr. 599 38. Bioadhesives in Drug Delivery Brian K. Irons and Joseph R. Robinson 615 39. Bonding Materials and Techniques in Dentistry Eberhard W. Neuse and Eliakim Mizrahi 629 40. Adhesives in the Automotive Industry Eckhard H. Cordes 657 Index 675 Page ix CONTRIBUTORS Naim Akmal* Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio Andrew G. Bachmann Dymax Corporation, Torrington, Connecticut Monika Bauer Branch Lab Teltow, Fraunhofer-Institute of Applied Materials Research, Teltow, Germany Melissa G.

About 1931 development of the use of a new phenolic resin for plywoods and veneers began [9, p. 239]. Poly(vinyl acetate) was used as a solvent-based adhesive in the 1930s, and later as a hot melt, but was not of commercial importance until its introduction in the 1940s as an emulsion adhesive used mainly to bond paper and wood. Today, in emulsion form as a white glue, it is the most widely used thermoplastic adhesive worldwide. Vinyl acetate-ethylene (VAE) emulsion adhesives, with over 55% vinyl acetate content, were developed in the early 1950s but did not become of commercial importance in the United States until the mid-1960s.

In addition, American patent literature revealed that in the early 1940s much study was directed toward the use of diisocyanates as adhesive assistants, particularly in adhering elastomers to metals and fibers [15, p. 4]. The following working definition of polyurethanes may be derivedthey are polymers produced by addition reactions between polyisocyanates (difunctional or higher) and hydroxyl-rich compounds (at least two hydroxyl groups per molecule) such as glycols polyesters, polyethers, etc.

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