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Examples of SISC Successes


Breakthrough technology is at the heart of the SISC, where every day we work with you to capture the impossible. Below are just some of the research papers, lectures, and seminars Dow Corning silanes experts have presented.

Adhesion

  • Silane Molecular Layers Glue for a New Low Temperature Bonding  Technology,” A. Aziounne, F. de Buyl, J-J. Pirreaux, Adhesion 2005, Ninth International Conference on the Science and Technology of Adhesion and Adhesives, 7-9 September, St. Catherine’s College, University of Oxford, UK (2005).
  • “Influence of Polyester Powder Coating Chemistry on Adhesion Durability of Silicone Sealants,” F. de Buyl, Durability of Building and Construction Sealants and Adhesives, ASTM STP 1453, A. T. Wolf, Ed., ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA, (2004).
  • “Best Sealing practices for Easy-to-Clean and Self-Cleaning Glasses” J-P Hautekeer, F. de Buyl, L. Gallez, International Glass Review, issue 2, 2003.
  • “Difusion of Adhesion Promoting and Crosslinking Additives in an Uncured Silicone Sealant,” J. Comyn, F. de Buyl, T.P. Comyn, Int.J. Adhesion & Adhesives, 23, (2003) 495-7.
  • "Uncured Silicone Sealant Surface Tension by Solid - Liquid Contact angle technique:  a New Quantitative Tool for the Measurement of the Sealant Ease of Use”, S. Springael, F. De Buyl,  "Contact Angle, Wettability and Adhesion" Vol. 2, pp317, Editor: K. L. Mittal, VSP, Utrecht-Boston, (2002).
  • “Kinetics of Cure, Cross-linking Density & Adhesion of Water-reactive Alkoxysilicone Sealants” F. de Buyl, J. Comyn, N. E. Shephard, N.P. Subramanian, Int.J. Adhesion & Adhesives, 22 (2002) 385-393.
  • “Silicones Sealants and Structural Adhesives”, F. de Buyl, Int. J.Adhesion & Adhesives, 21(5), (2001) 411-422.
  • “The interaction of silane coupling agent with polymer substrates” J. A. Smith, J.F. Watts, A. Goodwin, F. de Buyl, WCARP’1-EURADH’98, Garmisch-Partenkirschen, Germany (1998).
  • “Method of predicting the adhesion of Silicone Sealants to Anodized Aluminum Substrates,” F. de Buyl, P. Descamps, EURADH’96, Cambridge, UK (1996).

Synthesis

  • “Sulfidosilanes – simple or complex Molecules", M.W.Backer*, S.D. Cook, H. Yue, ISOS XIV / 3rd European Organosilicon Days, Würzburg, Germany, 31 July – 5 August 2005.
  • Phase Transfer Catalysis Process: A New Flexible and Efficient Route for the Commercial Production of Sulfidosilanes,” S.K. Mealey*, M.W. Backer.
  • “pH-Dependence of Sulfidosilane Synthesis via Phase Transfer Catalysis”, M.W. Backer, C.A. Buesing, J.M. Gohndrone, W.C. Maki, T.J. Rivard, H. Yue, Polym. Prepr. 2004, 45(1), 660-1.
  • “Use of LC, NMR and MS for sulfidosilane material characterization,” Backer, Michael W.; Buesing, Chad A.; Dingman, Jennifer L.; Gohndrone, John M.; Hu, Sanlin; Maki, William C.; Thomas, Bryan; Yue, Hongjun; Mealey, Shawn K.  American Chemical Society, Rubber Division, Spring Technical Meeting, 163rd, San Francisco, CA, United States, Apr. 28-30, (2003).
  • “NMR Applications for Characterization of Sulfidosilanes”, M. Backer, C. Buesing, J. Dingman, J. Gohndrone, S. Hu, W. Maki, S. Mealey, B. Thomas, H. Yue,,Polym. Prepr. 2003,44(1), 245-6.

Reinforcement

  • “Thermo-mechanical Properties of In-situ Silica Filled Silicone Resins,” Pierre Chevalier, Duan-Li Ou, Yeong Lee, Steven Robson, Anne Dupont, EUROFILLERS, Brugge, Belgium (2005).
  • “Silane impact on filler dispersion & mechanical performance of filled polymer systems,” P. Chevalier, L. Stelandre, Special Chem Web Seminar, Sept 15 (2005).
  • “Analysis of the Non-linear Viscoelastic Behaviour of Silica Filled Styrene-butadiene Rubber”, C. Gauthier, E. Reynaud, R. Vassoille, L. Ladouce-Stelandre, Polymer, 2004, 45(8), 2761-71.
  • “Dynamic Mechanical Properties of Precipited Silica Filled Rubber: Influence of Morphology and Coupling Agent”, L. Ladouce (Stelandre), L. Flandin, D. Labarre, Y. Bomal, Rubber Chemical and Technology, 2003, April.
  • “Mobility of Water & Alcohols in a Silica Reinforced Siloxane Network”, F. de Buyl, J. Comyn, Eur. Polym. J. ,  37(12), (2001) 2385-2391.

Fillers

  • Past, Present and Future of Organosilane Treatments for Fillers,” S.K. Mealey, B. Thomas, Rubber World,  233(3),  (2005), 32-34,37.
  • “Nanoporous Silica Particles Prepared by Chemical Reactivity of ORMOSILs”, P.M. Chevalier, D.L. Ou, J. Mater. Chem., 2002, 12 (10), 3003-9.
  • “Infrared Dichroism and Birefringence Studies of Silica-filled Styrene-butadiene Rubbers”, L. Bokobza, L. Ladouce (Stelandre), Y. Bomal, B. Amram, J. of Appl. Polym. Sci., 2001, 82, 1006-12.
  • “Silica Reinforcement of Styrene-butadiene Rubbers”, L. Bokobza, V. Gaulliard, L. Ladouce (Stelandre), KGK.Kautschuk, Gummi, Kunststoffe, 2001, 54(4), 177-80.

Cross-Linking

  • “How can silane enhance the adhesion and crosslinking performance of TPE and TPVs?” V. Smits, F. de Buyl, Special Chem Web Seminar, Dec 13, 2005.
  • Si-based technology for Thermoplastic Vulcanizates,” V. Smits, Th. Materne, TPE 2005, 14-15 September, Berlin, Germany (2005)
  • “Ring-Opening Olefin Metathesis Polymerisation (ROMP) as a Potential Cross-Linking Mechanism for Siloxane Polymers”, P. Chevalier et al.,J.Inorg. Organomet. Polym., 9(3), (1999) 151-64

Sol-Gel

  • “Porous Siloxane-Silica Hybrid Materials By Sol-Gel Processing”, K. Noble, A.B. Seddon, M.L. Turner, P. Chevalier, D.L. Ou, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol.,  2003, 26(1-3), 419-423.
  • “Highly Porous SiH Containing Hybrids Prepared by a Novel Process: Rapid Gelation of Hydrogensilsesquioxane under Ambient Pressure”, D.L. Ou, P.M. Chevalier, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials,  2003, 57(2), 133-142.
  • “Polysiloxane-modified Mesoporous Materials”, K. Noble, A.B. Seddon, M. Turner, P.M. Chevalier, I.A. MacKinnon, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol., 2000, 19(1/2/3), 807-810.
  • “Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Xerogel Access to Meso- and Microporous Silica by Thermal and Chemical Treatment”, P.M. Chevalier et al, Chem. Mater., 1999, 11(2), 281-91.
  • “Design of Porous Silica from Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Precursors”, P. Chevalier, R.J.P. Corriu, P. Delord, J.J.E. Moreau, M. Wong Chi Man, New J. Chem., 1998, 22(5), 423-33.
  • “Chemistry of Hybrid Organic-Inorganic. Access to Silica Materials through Chemical Selectivity”, P. Chevalier, R.J.P. Corriu, J.J.E. Moreau, M. Wong Chi Man, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol., 1997, 8(1/2/3), 603-07.

Coatings

  • “Organosilane Technology in Coating Applications: Review and Perspectives,” Th. Materne, F. de Buyl, G.Wittucki, 9th Congresso Internacional de Tintas – ABRAFATI 2005, September 14 – 16, Sao Paulo/Brazil (2005).
  • Novel Organosilanes for the Preparation of High Refractive Index Silicone Coatings,” P. Chevalier, D.L. Ou, Mater. Res Soc. Symp. Proc., Materials Research Society,  2005, 847, EE1.2.1-6.

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