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Table 1: Coating formulations for formation of isolated dry films Pigment blend Parts latex adhesive (parts clay/parts (pigment volume concentration) GCC) 80/20 4 (90.8%) 8 (83.1%) 12 (76.6%) 16 (71.1%) 50/50 4 (90.7%) 8 (82.9%) 12 (76.4%) 16 (70.9%) 20/80 4 (90.6%) 8 (82.8%) 12 (76.2%) 16 (70.6%) Table 2: Coating formulations for formation of isolated dry films over a range of adhesive levels Pigment blend Parts latex adhesive (parts clay/parts (pigment volume concentration) GCC) 50/50 2 (95.1%) 24 (61.8%) 36 (51.9%) 52 (42.85
where [[sigma].sub.p] is the standard deviation of the local polymer or pigment volume concentration and ([[PHI].sub.p]) is the mean or global polymer or pigment volume concentration over the entire volume V of the film under consideration, with,
When the volume concentration of conductive pigments is lower than the critical pigment volume concentration for forming the electrostatic conductive network, that is called percolation threshold; the pigments are separated, thus the film does not have antistatic property.
The pigment volume concentration/critical pigment volume concentration (PVC/CPVC) relationship was 0.8.
Considering pigmented organic coatings as random heterogeneous composite materials was the key to our contributions in improving the understanding of pigment volume concentrations (PVC) and critical PVC effects in coatings.
(24) Bierwagon, G.P., "Critical Pigment Volume Concentration (CPVC) as a Transition Point in the Properties of Coatings," J.
A simultaneous analysis of the experimental data was performed taking into account that the best performance is attained at pigment volume concentration (PVC) values equal to or slightly lower than the critical one (CPVC).
Since its introduction over 50 years ago, (1) the concept of Critical Pigment Volume Concentration has been completely confirmed in coatings literature.
Mg-rich primers were formulated with ~50-micron average particle size magnesium powder, near to the critical pigment volume concentration (CPVC) for this system.
The pigment volume concentration is low at 3.5%, but provides adequate hiding in the thick films typical for polyurea systems.
Continuing its series of Virtual Learning Conferences, the FSCT will host a two-part program on Critical Pigment Volume Concentration in Coatings.