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Biobased and Environmentally Benign Coatings

Edited by Atul Tiwari, Anthony Galanis, and Mark D. Soucek
Series: Materials Degradation and Failure
Copyright: 2016   |   Status: Published
ISBN: 9781119184928  |  Hardcover  |  
336 pages | 159 illustrations
Price: $195 USD
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One Line Description
Provides a concise and in-depth information on the new coating technologies that are being developed using environmental-friendly chemicals and safer routes of synthesis.

Audience
The book will be of interest to readers from diverse backgrounds in chemistry, physics, biology, materials science, and chemical engineering. It can serve as a reference book for students and research scholars and as a unique guide for the industrial technologists.

Description
The development of biobased coatings is in its infancy and this is one of the first books to detail the properties, characterization, and synthesis of these new environmentally-friendly coatings materials.
The book is a collection of 14 chapters written by subject experts on various process parameters involved in the development of complex environmental benign high performance coatings. The first few chapters of this book describe the state-of-the-art technologies currently available. The conversion of soybean oil to polyvinyl ether and use of cerium and ferrite compounds in coatings are described in these chapters. Similarly, there is a dedicated chapter on the use of coatings and films on fruits and vegetables. The next few chapters include those that are meant for the developers who can learn the new concepts helping those formulating innovative products for commercial success. For example, the use of biobased epoxy to replace bis-phenol A-based epoxy resin in coatings is discussed in a separate chapter, followed by a chapter on silica-based sol-gel coatings. The use of fatty acid for the manufacturing of waterborne coatings is also discussed. Finally, the book draws attention to the various testing and evaluation parameters followed by new conceptual methods. The utilization of pharmaceutical inhibitors or recycled polymers in coatings is reviewed in detail along with nonisocyanate cured polyurethane coatings.

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Author / Editor Details
Atul Tiwari currently serves as Director, Research and Development at Pantheon Chemicals Company in Phoenix, USA. Previously, Dr. Tiwari has served as research faculty member in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Hawaii, USA. He received his PhD in Polymer Materials Science and second master degree in Mechanical Engineering. Being an organic chemist and mechanical engineer his research work tends to bridge the gap between the science and engineering. Dr. Tiwari has published more than 70 peer reviewed research publications including 15 books, as well as 6 international patented/pending technologies that have been transferred to industry.

Anthony Galanis graduated from the Naval Nuclear Power School with top honors and served as a Nuclear Engineering Operator on the USS Parche, the USS Henry M. Jackson and the USS Florida, all stalwarts of the United States Nuclear Submarine Force. Anthony is the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Pantheon Enterprises, Inc. which specializes in partnering with global industries, government organizations, and OEMs to provide sustainable solutions that exceed needs for performance, cost-savings and environmental responsibility. He has been actively involved in the development and promotion of green chemistry and coatings.

Mark D. Soucek is a Professor in the Department of Polymer Engineering, University of Akron. In 2003, Dr. Soucek was selected as a Gordon Award Finalist for his work in UV-curable bio-based polymers. In 2004 he was awarded the Radtech Innovation Award for his work in UV-curable coatings and both in 2004 and 2005 he received an honorable mention for the Gordon Award for Core-Shell latex work, and UV-curing of Unsaturated Polyesters. In 2009, Professor Soucek won his second Roon Award for a developing a new class of alkyd coatings. He presently has more than 100 research papers published, all in coating science.

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Table of Contents
Preface
1 Novel Biobased Polymers for Coating Applications
Harjoyti Kalita, Deep Kalita, Samim Alam, Andrey Chernykh, Ihor Tarnavchyk, James Bahr, Satyabrata Samanta, Anurad Jayasooriyama, Shashi Fernando, Sermadurai Selvakumar, Dona Suranga Wickramaratne, Mukund Sibi, and Bret J. Chisholm
2 Deposition of Environmentally Compliant Cerium-Containing Coatings and Primers on Copper-Containing Aluminium Aircraft Alloys
Stephan V. Kozhukharov
3 Ferrites as Non-toxic Pigments for Eco-friendly Corrosion Protection Coatings
D.O. Grigoriev, T. Vakhitov, and S.N. Stepin
4 Application of Edible Coatings on Fruits and Vegetables
R.K. Dhall
5 Development of Novel Biobased Epoxy Films with Aliphatic and Aromatic Amine Hardeners for the Partial Replacement of Bisphenol: A in Primer Coatings
Rafael S. Peres, Carlos A. Ferreira, Carlos Aleman, and Elaine Armelin
6 Silica-Based Sol–Gel Coatings: A Critical Perspective from a Practical Viewpoint
Rosaria Ciriminna, Alexandra Fidalgo, Giovanni Palmisano, Laura M. Ilharco, and Mario Pagliaro
7 Fatty Acid-Based Waterborne Coatings
Monica Moreno, Monika Goikoetxea, and Maria J. Barandiaran
8 Environmentally Friendly Coatings
Xiaofeng Ren, Lei Meng, and Mark Soucek
9 Low-Temperature Aqueous Coatings for Solar Thermal Absorber Applications
Saleh Khamlich, Mokhotjwa Dhlamini, Bakang Mothudi, and Malik Maaza
10 Eco-Friendly Recycled Pharmaceutical Inhibitor/Waste Particle Containing Hybrid Coatings for Corrosion Protection
Victoria Bustos, Liseth Concha, Carmina Menchaca-Campos, Jorge Uruchurtu, Mario A. Romero, Marcos Esparza, Alba Covelo, Miguel Hernandez, and Estela Sarmiento
12 Development of Soybean Oil-Based Polyols and Their Applications in Urethane and Melamine-Cured Thermoset Coatings
Senthilkumar Rengasamy and Vijay Mannari
13 Powder Coatings from Recycled Polymers and Renewable Resources
Martino Colonna, Claudio Gioia, Annamaria Celli, and Alessandro Minesso
14 The Synthesis and Applications of Non-isocyanate Based Polyurethanes as Environmentally Friendly “Green” Coatings
Peter Zarras, Paul A. Goodman, Alfred J. Baca, Joshua E. Baca, and Shelley Vang
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