Low-foaming latex-formulation additives achieve improved substrate wetting

Anchor, Michael J.; Drewno, Greg
September 1995
Paint & Coatings Industry;Sep95, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p76
Trade Publication
Evaluates the use of low-foaming, nonionic surfactants as wetting agents for formulating coatings or adhesives. Effectiveness of Pluronic block-copolymer surfuctants and Iconol decyl and tridecyl alcohol surfuctants; Comparison between anionic and nonionic surfuctants.


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