Review article

The effect of size distribution of nanomodified latex particles on the structure and properties of gypsum materials

UDC: 

691-405.8

DOI: 

10.23968/1999-5571-2019-16-4-95-101

Pages: 

95-101

Annotation: 

The article presents the results of studying the effect of size distribution of carbon-latex nanomodified particles on gypsum material microstructure. Nanomodified crystals have a denser packing, that is why the porosity of nanomodified gypsum is less. The crystal shape differs significantly: it changes from the fibrillar structure of gypsum monocrystals to the shape of shorter connected parallelograms. The results obtained may be useful for the design and development of carbon-latex-based gypsum construction materials with specific properties and characteristics. They can be applied at manufacturing of high-strength gypsum material products with improved operational properties, at restoration works, design and manufacturing of decorative gypsum stucco and other efficient gypsum materials and products. The results obtained may be useful for the design and development of carbon-latex-based gypsum construction materials with specific properties and characteristics. The research results can be applied at manufacturing of high-strength gypsum material products with improved operational properties, at restoration works, design and manufacturing of decorative gypsum stucco and other efficient gypsum materials and products.

Authors: 

Letenko D. G. Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Mokrova M. V. Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Matveeva L. Yu. Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Tikhonov Yu. M. Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

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