Recent advances in waterborne polyurethanes and their nanoparticle-containing dispersions
Anıl, Deniz and Berksun, Ekin and Durmuş Sayar, Ayşe and Seviniş Özbulut, Emine Billur and Ünal, Serkan (2020) Recent advances in waterborne polyurethanes and their nanoparticle-containing dispersions. In: Zarras, Peter and Soucek, Mark D. and Tiwari, Atul, (eds.) Handbook of Waterborne Coatings. Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 249-302. ISBN 978-0-12-814201-1
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-814201-1.00011-1
Waterborne polyurethane (WPU) dispersions are unique materials that offer tunable properties with their versatile chemistry and zero or low volatile organic content (VOC). As a result of immensely growing environmental concerns and regulations, WPU dispersions have drawn significant attention in the coatings and adhesives industries due to their high performance, cost effectiveness and environmentally friendliness. In parallel with recent developments in nanotechnology especially in the last two decades, the incorporation of various nanoparticles into WPU dispersions have enabled the obtainment nanocomposite coatings with improved properties or new functions for emerging coating applications. This chapter focuses chemistry and synthesis of WPU dispersions with a focus on recent advances in the development and emerging coating applications of nanoparticle-containing WPU dispersions.
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