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   Books / eBook : Silicone Dispersions
Silicone Dispersions

Silicone Dispersions
by Yihan Liu
English | 2016 | ISBN: 1498715559 | 388 Pages | True PDF | 102 MB

Silicone is an important class of materials used in applications that range from industrial assembly to everyday consumer products. Silicones are often delivered and synthesized in dispersion forms, the most common being liquid-in-liquid (emulsion), solid-in-liquid (suspension), air-in-liquid (foam) and solid-in air (powder). This book compiles a carefully selected number of topics that are essential to the understanding, creative design and production of silicone dispersions. As such, it provides the first unified description of silicone dispersions in the literature.

Yihan Liu is a Research Scientist in Dow Corning Corporation, now a wholly owned subsidiary of the Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan, and was previously a senior scientist in Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc., Skillman, New Jersey. With 20 years industrial experience specialized in the research, product development and applications of surfactants and emulsions, Dr. Liu has commercialized numerous products, is the inventor of 10 issued US patents and more than 20 new patent applications, and the author of 11 journal articles and book chapters in the field of colloid and interface science.

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