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Description

Surfactants play a very critical role in the formation of stable aqueous polymers. Understanding the technology behind surfactant package selection in dispersion, emulsion and hybrid systems is important for optimizing waterborne formulations in adhesives and sealants. Properly designed reactive surfactants offer additional degrees of freedom in formulation development while eliminating migration issues and improving end use performance. A comprehensive review on publications and patents will also be included.

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand surfactant fundamentals including why they are necessary, how they work, and selection criteria
  • Review surfactants types for both dispersions and emulsion polymers
  • Discuss how surfactants are utilized in formulations


EXPERT PRESENTERS:

Deb Bhattarcharjee, Synergy Services LLC
Deb is a recently retired consultant with special expertise on new business development, R&D and business strategy development, merger and acquisition with strategic partnership, and innovation with novel product development including waterborne adhesives/sealants and coatings using fundamental colloid science principles. During over 30 years of his Dow career, he led NBD and innovation in a variety of applications including coatings, adhesives, sealants and foams. He has over 75 patents and patent applications, numerous publications in renowned journals and has presented extensively at conferences.

Bill Griffith, Dow Chemical
Bill Griffith has spent the last 34 years with The Dow Chemical Company where he is Principal Scientist responsible for the development of pressure sensitive adhesives and their application on coating lines. Bill is an Inventor on 16 patent applications related to the adhesives industry and author of several technical papers. Bill received his B.S. in chemistry from the University of Florida and his Ph.D. from The Ohio State University in physical chemistry.


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