1Savelyev, UV, 1Markovska, LA, 1Robota, LP, 1Parkhomenko, NI, 1Savelyeva, OO
1Institute for Chemistry of High-Molecular Compounds of the NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv
Sci. innov. 2014, 10(3):26-32
https://doi.org/10.15407/scine10.03.026
Section: Scientific Basis of Innovation Activities
Language: English
Abstract: 

New polyurethane composites (PCs) have been created. They are multifunctional protective materials used as coatings, binders or impregnating materials. The PCs have high adhesion values. The PC-based materials are waterproof and resistant to aggressive biotic (abiotic) and anthropogenic factors (bio-corrosion, UV radiation, chemical agents). Being imbedded in polymer macro-chain the active compounds prolong the action of protective mechanisms of proposed materials thereby giving them an advantage over the existing substances.

Keywords: biotic (abiotic) and anthropogenic factors, multi-functionality, polyurethane coating, protection, stability
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