Epoxy Resins is a chemical compound containing two or more epoxide groups per monomer. It is founded as viscous liquid or as solid depending on the molecular weight. There is a very wide range of epoxy resins and they vary in properties and they can be cured or uncured. In general, uncured epoxy resins have only poor mechanical, chemical and heat resistance properties. Epoxy resins that are cured with amines, anhydrides or mercaptans are used for adhesives, encapsulation and structural purposes. Those that are cured with polyester, amino or phenolic resins are used in surface coatings.
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