Surface Characterization of Thin Film of Multiphase Acrylic Latex Dispersion using Atomic Force Microscope
Tosca™ 400, a highly automated atomic force microscope designed for both scientific and industrial users, has been successfully applied to characterize a thin film of multiphase acrylic latex dispersion.
Acrylic latex paint is one of the water based paints which is widely used in various applications. Compared to oil based paint, it has significant environmental advantages such as less odor, simple water cleanup and less drying time. It has good resistance to photo degradation and is widely used for exterior paints. Compared to Vac latex paint, it is more resistant to hydrolysis and saponification which makes it more applicable for alkaline substrates and for applications in high humidity environments. Here, we used Tosca™ 400, the new atomic force microscope from Anton Paar GmbH, to characterize the surface of a thin film of multiphase acrylic latex dispersion deposited onto stainless steel.
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