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AuthorP, Poornima Vijayan
AuthorEl-Gawady, Yara Mohamed Hany
AuthorAl-Maadeed, Mariam Ali S. A.
Available date2021-06-07T09:59:12Z
Publication Date2016
Publication NameIndustrial and Engineering Chemistry Research
ResourceScopus
URIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.iecr.6b02736
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/20503
AbstractThe current research explores the use of halloysite nanotube as a multifunctional filler in epoxy coating for carbon steel. Epoxy monomer loaded halloysite was incorporated into epoxy coating along with amine hardener immobilized mesoporous silica. The waterproofing, self-healing, anticorrosive abilities, and stability under weathering of the coating were evaluated. The halloysite nanotubes are able to impart better waterproofing property to the coating. The released epoxy monomer encapsulated inside the halloysite cavity upon reaction with amine curing agent immobilized in mesoporous silica recovers the damage and thereby facilitates self-healing in epoxy coating. Apart from offering healing ability to the coating, the halloysite nanotubes are able to protect the coatings for a longer period from severe weathering conditions.
Languageen
PublisherAmerican Chemical Society
SubjectCarbon
SubjectCarbon steel
SubjectEpoxy resins
SubjectHardening
SubjectKaolinite
SubjectMonomers
SubjectNanotubes
SubjectOrganic coatings
SubjectProtective coatings
SubjectSilica
SubjectWaterproofing
SubjectWeathering
SubjectYarn
SubjectAmine hardener
SubjectAnti-corrosive
SubjectEpoxy coatings
SubjectEpoxy monomers
SubjectHalloysite nanotubes
SubjectMesoporous Silica
SubjectMultifunctional components
SubjectWeathering conditions
SubjectCoatings
TitleHalloysite Nanotube as Multifunctional Component in Epoxy Protective Coating
TypeArticle
Pagination11186-11192
Issue Number42
Volume Number55


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