On the Wear Behavior of Cyanoacrylate in Presence of Nano-Sized SiO2

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Cyanoacrylate adhesive and its composites have been widely used in industry and dentistry. According to literature survey done by the authors, there are few papers concentrated on role of nano-sized particles on wear behavior of cyanoacrylate glue. Thus the main goal of current research focused on clarifying the role of nano-sized SiO2 on wear behavior of cyanoacrylate. Pin-on-disk wear test, SEM imaging and microhardness test was utilized to investigate wear performance of cyanoacrylate and its nanocomposites with SiO2. The results indicated that SiO2 nano powders can reduce wear rate of cyanoacrylate and change its wear mechanism. It was also shown that surface hardness of cyanoacrylate is increased by addition of nano-sized SiO2.

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A. Yaghmaei, S. Zebarjad and M. Kashefi, "On the Wear Behavior of Cyanoacrylate in Presence of Nano-Sized SiO2," Engineering, Vol. 4 No. 5, 2012, pp. 245-251. doi: 10.4236/eng.2012.45032.

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