Three Terminologies of Glass Laminating EVA Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Interlayer
By Peter Shin www.helloglass.com
Cross-links reaction is about the tensile strength, impact resistance, penetration resistance, thermoset of Glass Laminating EVA Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Interlayer.
Cross-links are bonds that link one polymer chain to another. They can be covalent bonds or ionic bonds. When the term “cross-linking” is used in the synthetic polymer science field, it usually refers to the use of cross-links to promote a difference in the polymers’ physical properties. (info from wikipedia.org)
Coupling reaction is relative with the adhesive strength between glass surface and EVA Film.
A coupling reaction in organic chemistry is a catch-all term for a variety of reactions where two hydrocarbon fragments are coupled with the aid of a metal catalyst. In one important reaction type a main group organometallic compound of the type RM (R = organic fragment, M = main group centre) reacts with an organic halide of the type R’X with formation of a new carbon-carbon bond in the product R-R’  (info from wikipedia.org)
Polymer Mixing :
It’s the procedure of producing glass laminating EVA Ethylene Vinyl Acetate film.
Mixing is important in to create new material properties, processability and cost-saving. Polymers are blended with other polymers to combine their properties and sometimes to even synergistically increase their physical characteristics. Various additives and reinforcing agents are mixed with polymers to improve mechanical performance and impart specific properties to the mixture.
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