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Prospects of Investigation and Production of Waterborne Paintwork Materials

Abstract

We present a survey of the literature data on the scientific and practical aspects of the production and use of waterborne paintwork materials and show that these materials can successfully compete with paints soluble in organic solvents. Waterborne paints prove to be one of the most important classes of environmentally safe paintwork products and are extensively used abroad in various branches of industry and national economy as decorative, protective, corrosion-resistant coatings, etc. We describe the prospects of the development of production of waterborne paintwork materials in the Ukraine.

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Omel'chenko, S.I., Tryhub, S.O. & Laskovenko, N.M. Prospects of Investigation and Production of Waterborne Paintwork Materials. Materials Science 37, 790–801 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1015004711298

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Keywords

  • Organic Solvent
  • Important Classis
  • National Economy
  • Practical Aspect
  • Waterborne Paint