Sol-Gel-Technology in Praxis Hardcover

Sol-Gel-Technology in Praxis Hardcover

Sol-Gel-Technology in Praxis
Finally! A book on the topic of sol gels that focuses on practical application - designed to fit the needs of hands-on-beginners who want to develop a basic understanding of sol-gel and nano-technology as well as to meet the requirements of advanced formulators seeking a practical guide that will lead them straight into implementable solutions.

With 61 real-life examples drawn from patent literature and accompanying explanations and interpretations, knowledge can be gained quickly and immediately translated into concrete solutions.
Sol-Gel-Technology in Praxis
from Author :
This is not a conventional textbook about colloidal chemistry or the sol-gel process. Many excellent textbooks already have been written about these subjects [1, 2, 5, 23, 60, 137]. This book aims to be a guide for the practical worker and uses an unusual approach. It focuses on practical examples mainly from the patent literature, accompanied by interpretations and explanations. The theoretical basis for these explanations is given in a preface to each example at a minimum level.

When I was a beginner in sol-gel chemistry, now almost 22 years ago, I often felt kind of lost because in publications, textbooks, or the patent literature the authors did not reveal the rationale behind their decisions to use exactly this solvent, that catalyst etc. I always wished for a book for the praxis-orientated beginner which explains all these questions. Now, since I never came across such a book, you hold in your hands my answer to this need.

The interpretations and explanations stem from my own lab experience and are not official statements of the inventors or applicants. The explanations and examples cannot and will not be complete and are not meant to be so. They focus on some practical aspects and try to explain the theoretical background with the help of the examples. Where necessary, all examples have been reworked and adapted for better readability.

Such a book always is a balancing act. A practical guide should be a pragmatic shortcut to a basic understanding and getting quick results. The necessary simplifications should be tolerated by the more experienced reader. Wherever it was possible and appropriate, further literature is recommended for a deeper understanding of the subject. I hope you can feel the joy and excitement I felt during my lab work and during the writing of this book. Even more so, I hope that you feel inspired and can enjoy your own experienceswith sol-gel- and nanotechnology.

Your feedback and comments are highly welcome and can be directed to the mail address sol-gel@arcor.de.
Gerhard Jonschker
Heppenheim, Germany, January 2014

Contents of Sol-Gel-Technology in Praxis

1 What is sol-gel and nanotechnology?
1.1 Definitions
1.2 Historical and actual facts
1.2.1 Nanotechnology as part of our daily life
1.3 Nanotechnology in the development of paints and coatings
2 Synthesis of nanomaterials
2.1 Top-down processes
2.2 Bottom-up processes
2.2.1 Nanoparticles synthesized by gas phase processes
2.2.2 Nanoparticles synthesized by wet chemical methods
2.2.2.1 Ostwald ripening
2.2.2.2 Hydrolysis
2.2.2.3 Controlled precipitation and peptisation
2.2.2.4 Ion exchange
2.2.2.5 High temperature liquid phase synthesis of nanoparticle
2.2.2.6 Electrolysis
2.2.2.7 Micro emulsion processes
2.3 Commercial sources of nanoparticles
3 Properties and processing of nanoparticles
3.1 Agglomeration of nanoparticles
3.2 Shear thinning – useful agglomerates
3.3 Stabilization of nanoparticles against agglomeration
3.3.1 Electrostatical stabilization
3.3.2 Sterical stabilization
3.3.2.1 Redispersable nanopowders
3.3.3 Electrosterical stabilization
3.4 Nanoparticles in coating resins
3.4.1 Organic resins
3.4.2 Waterborne organic binders
4 Application of nanoparticles in paints and coatings
4.1 Color and light
4.1.1 Hiding power, transparency and particle size
4.1.2 Nanoscaled pigments
4.1.3 Interference pigments
4.1.4 IR absorption
4.1.5 UV absorption
4.2 Improving the scratch resistance of coatings
5 Coating resins made by nanotechnology – the sol-gel process
5.1 Inorganic networks.
5.1.1 Hydrolysis and condensation
5.1.2 Catalysts for hydrolysis and condensation
5.1.3 Sources of water in sol-gel reactions
5.1.4 Water-free sol-gel techniques
5.1.5 Solvents
5.1.6 Metal compounds in the sol-gel process
5.1.6.1 Silane/metal-oxide mixed systems
5.2 Network modifiers
5.2.1 Polysilsesquioxanes/POSS
5.3 Organic network formers
5.3.1 Organofunctional silanes
5.3.2 Alkoxysilane-functionalized coating resins
5.4 Formulation of sol-gel coatings
5.4.1 Solvent-based formulations
5.4.2 Waterborne formulations
5.4.3 Storage stability of sol-gel formulations
5.4.4 Sol-gel powder coatings
5.4.5 Additives for sol-gel formulations
5.4.6 Compatibility with organic resins
6 Application, drying and densification
6.1 Pre-treatment of surfaces
6.2 Coatings with sol-gel materials
6.3 Sol-gel coatings – examples
6.3.1 High temperature resistant coatings
6.3.2 Colored and pigmented sol-gel coatings
6.3.2.1 Inorganic pigments
6.3.2.2 Organic pigments and dyes
6.4 Structured sol-gel coatings
6.5 Scratch resistant coatings
6.5.1 Abrasion resistance.
6.6 Easy-to-clean/anti-adhesive coatings
6.7 Anti-fingerprint coatings
6.8 Hydrophilic coatings
6.8.1 Superhydrophilic coatings
6.9 Tailoring of the refractive index of sol-gel coatings
6.10 Anti-corrosion coatings
6.11 Coatings with antistatic action
6.12 Antibacterial coatings
6.13 Barrier coatings
6.13.1 Pigments.
7 Health, safety and environmental aspects of nanoparticles
8 Resume
9 List of Examples
10 Literature
Acknowledgments
Author

Sol-Gel-Technology in Praxis Hardcover
by Gerhard Jonschker (Author)



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