The infographic blog post provides details about the characteristics of the Gecko Adhesive. Happy Learning!
Methods for Preparing Polyurethane Dispersion
The infographic blog post provides brief description on the methods for preparing polyurethane dispersion - Emulsification, Acetone Process, Hot-melt Process, and Ketimine-Ketazine Proces.
First use of Cyanoacrylate Adhesive for Surgical Usage
Famously known as ‘Super Glue’, ‘Instant Glue’, 'Crazy Glue' and ‘Power Glue’ is a very well know adhesive material used largely for household application. However, this material has applications in other areas also, such as electronics, wood working, cosmetics and even forensics! Very few people would be unaware of this amazing material. In this blog … Continue reading First use of Cyanoacrylate Adhesive for Surgical Usage
Inventors of Some Well-Known Adhesive Based Materials
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VoltaGlue – Voltage Activated Adhesives
What are Adhesives An adhesive is generally defined as a material which can stick two materials and keep them attached together with sufficient adhesive force.  Some formal definitions of adhesive are as below: Britannica Encyclopaedia: Adhesive, any substance that is capable of holding materials together in a functional manner by surface attachment that resists … Continue reading VoltaGlue – Voltage Activated Adhesives
Adhesive from a dangerous allergen: Urushiol
Urushiol is an odourless, mostly colorless to watery yellow oily sap found in plants such as poison oak, poison ivy, and poison sumac, in their leaves, stems, and even roots, which is secreted when these parts get damaged. Interestingly, its presence is observed in above plants even after their death upto a period of 5 … Continue reading Adhesive from a dangerous allergen: Urushiol