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Silane treatment of silicate fillers-I

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The purpose of this investigation was the treatment of synthetic xonotlite-based filler with silanes. By bonding of the silane onto the surface, its nature changes from hydrophilic to organic media-compatible. Part I of the paper describes the established mechanisms, conditions and means of silane deposition onto filler surfaces. Part II will show the experimental results and possible applications of silane-treated xonotlite filler.

Affiliations: 1: COLOR, Factory of Synthetic Paints, Resins and Lacquers, Medvode, Slovenia; 2: Boris Kidrič Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana, Slovenia

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2017-12-15

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