Properties of Sol-gel Coating Materials Synthesized from Colloidal Silicas and Methyltrimethoxysilane

Colloidal Silica와 Methyltrimethoxysilane간의 졸겔반응으로 합성된 코팅제 특성 연구

  • 강동필 (한국전기연구원 신소재응용연구그룹) ;
  • 박효열 (한국전기연구원 신소재응용연구그룹) ;
  • 안명상 (한국전기연구원 신소재응용연구그룹) ;
  • 이태희 (한국전기연구원 신소재응용연구그룹) ;
  • 명인혜 (한국전기연구원 신소재응용연구그룹) ;
  • 강귀태 ((주)엔벨)
  • Published : 2004.09.01


Hardness and surface property of coated gel materials are considerably different according to kinds(particle size/stabilized ion) of colloidal silica(CS), kinds of silanes, content ratio of silane versus CS, and reaction degree in sol solution. We report the properties of sol-gel coating materials in which the factors of reaction are kinds of CS, contents ratio of CS and MTMS, and reaction time of sol. The contact angles of the coated films obtained from the mixed CS system showed a little good relationship with MTMS content increase to those from HSA CS reaction system and the change of contact angle didn't have much effect on reaction time of sol. In the coating films obtained from HSA CS reaction system, the surface was much rough in case of that the content MTMS decreased and the reaction of sol kept long. The surface roughness of films obtained from the mixed CS reaction system showed similar tendency, though its degree was a little different. In synthesis of sol-gel coating materials, we could identify that choice of CS kinds and content ratio of CS and silane were important and it was desirable the reaction time of sol is not long.


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