By Atul Tiwari

ISBN-10: 1118469658

ISBN-13: 9781118469651

The encyclopedia can be a useful resource of knowledge for researchers and scholars from various backgrounds together with physics, chemistry, fabrics technology and floor engineering, biotechnology, pharmacy, scientific technological know-how, and biomedical engineering.

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The chain flexibility arises from the very large bond angle of the Si–O–Si linkages and the low bending force constant for this linkage. The glass transition temperature, Tg of PDMS, which reflects the ease of segmental motion along the chain, is typically less than −120°C. The ability to spread and the intrinsic hydrophobicity of silicones make them among the lowest surface-energy compounds known [16]. Hence, silicones are used as release agents to prevent adhesion in many applications. When silicones are chemically combined with hydrophilic species such as cationic species or poly(ethylene oxide), very interesting surfactant properties arise.

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