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Some tests have also been carried out using other silane solutions with ureido (UPS), amino (APS), and epoxy (GLYCH) organofunctional groups and the bis-functional silanes: bis([gamma]-trimethoxysilylpropyl)amine (BAS), and 1, 2-bis(triethoxysilyl)ethane (BTSE).
The pH of the silane solutions was 6.5 (UPS), 3.8 (GLYCH), 10.5 (APS), 4 (BTSE), and 5 (BAS).
Three of these were monosilanes with UPS, APS, and GLYCH organofunctional groups, and the other two were bis-functional silanes, BAS and BTSE.
A good adhesion value, similar to that of the monosilanes, is also obtained for the specimen pretreated with 25% BTSE bis-silane, which does not have an organofunctional group to bond with the paint.
However, the type of failure obtained in this case with 25% BTSE, and with the other tested bis-silane, 25% BAS, was cohesive but with different points of adhesive failure, as can be seen in Fig.
Coatings E and F: Applied as coating D except that BTSE (coating E) or bis-sulfur (coating F) was first mixed with the resin and applied onto wood as with coatings B and C.
The coatings containing bis-sulfur and BTSE silane fared best, reducing water uptake by 78% and 77%, respectively.
Table 1 -- Percentage of Organosilanes in Acrylic Coating Formulations Coating Components, wt% Bis-amino/VTAS Coating ECO-CRYL BTSE Bis-sulfur (5:1, w/w) (a) A 100.0 B 90.0 10.0 C 90.0 10.0 D 80.0 20.0 E 72.0 10.0 18.0 F 72.0 21.0 7.0 (a) As in the study of van Ooij et al.