Montmorillonite intercalation complexes and their interaction with epoxy compounds
The formation of amine-intercalated phases of montmorillonite was determined using x-ray diffraction analysis, differential thermal analysis (DTA), and IR spectroscopy. The mechanism of interaction of epoxy and intercalation compounds was examined for the case of PbI2(C2H7NO)2 and montmorillonite with amines. It was determined that intercalation complexes can be used as latent hardening agents and hardening accelerators for epoxy resins.
KeywordsSpectroscopy Epoxy Thermal Analysis Montmorillonite Diffraction Analysis
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