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Biobased epoxy resins research among topics presented in September issue of JCTR.

The September issue of Journal of Coatings Technology and Research (Vol. 10, No. 5, 2013) features a wide range of topics of interest to the coatings community. The issue begins with a report on biobased epoxy resins. According to the authors of the article, natural oils, such as soybean oils, are emerging as promising alternatives to petrochemicals in the coatings industry. As renewable resources, they increase the overall sustainability of the coating system and can be found in plentiful supply. Yet limitations in performance have prevented the widespread use of natural oils. Recent research on epoxy-anhydride thermosetting polymers, however, has shown that a renewable resource based on a 100% biobased sucrose ester of soybean oil (sucrose soyate) can give superior performance when compared to certain petrochemical-based systems.

This report, and additional articles in the issue, are:

Catalyzed crosslinking of highly functional biobased epoxy resins--Thomas J. Nelson, Teluka P. Galhenage, and Dean C. Webster

NMR-measurements for determination of local moisture content of coated wood--Jimmy Johansson, Asa Blom, and Sergey Dvinskikh

Development of moisture-cure polyurethane-urea coatings using 1,2,3-triazole core hyperbranched polyesters--Guang Zhu, Jian Hou, Hongfei Zhu, Ri Qiu, Jingkun Xu Raju

Preparation and fluorine enrichment behavior of fluorinated polyester--Jinsu Xiong, Yunquan Jin, Baoqing Shentu, and Zhixue Weng

Fractionation effect of polystyrene on acylation reaction and their adhesive and corrosive properties--A. Okudan and F. Sinan

Effect of surface wettability on transparency in different water conditions--Zhoukun He, Xiaorong Lan, Feng Chen, Ke Wang, Hua Deng, Qin Zhang, and Qiang Fu

Methyl acrylate polymers as suitable materials for the conservation of stone: performance improvements--Barbara Sacchi, Laura Giannini, Marco Frediani, Luca Rosi, and Piero Frediani

Electrochemical synthesis of poly (3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) on stainless steel and its corrosion inhibition performance--Guang Zhu, Jian Hou, Hongfei Zhu, Ri Qiu. and Jingkun Xu

Nanosilver/hyperbranched polyester (HBPE): synthesis, characterization, and antibacterial activity--C. Kavitha and K. Priya Dasan

Preparation and characterization of a novel conducting nanocomposite blended with epoxy coating for antifouling and antibacterial applications--Amir Mostafaei and Farzad Nasirpouri

Polycaprolactone coating with varying thicknesses for controlled corrosion of magnesium--Min Park, Ji Eun Lee, Chun Gwon Park, Seung Ho Lee. Hyun Kwang Seok, and Young Bin Choy

Comparison of corrosion performance of various conversion coatings on magnesium alloy using electrochemical techniques--R. Uma Rani, V. Maria Shalini, Hari Krishna Thota, and A.K. Sharma

Study on the preparation and properties of novel transparent fire-resistive coatings--Xiang Hu, Guojian Wang, and Yan Huang

Study of the simultaneous effects of MMT nanoclay and hydrophobically modified ethoxylated urethane--Mohsen Sarrafi, Babak Kaffashi, and Mohammad Barmar

An oxygenated rubber derivative as a compatibilizer for the preparation of polymer films--Colin V. Bonduelle, Matthew J. McEachran, Solmaz Karamdoust, and Elizabeth R. Gillies

Brief Communication--The effect of silane layer drying temperature on epoxy coating adhesion on the silane pretreated Al substrate--A. Hatefi, S. Mohagheghi, and A. Kianvash

Brief Communication--Hydrophobic properties of cardboard coated with polylactic acid and ethylene scavengers--Amaury Taboada-Roclriguez. Isabel Garcia-Garcia. Rita Cava-Roda, Antonio Lopez-Gomez, and Fulgencio Marin-Iniesta
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