Function 1 (RO)nCoupling

Titanates form 1.5-nanometer atomic monolayers on the interface of inorganic/organic substrates via proton coordination to bridge chemically two dissimilar substrates.

Benefits: Coupling, Adhesion; Bonding-to any Organic/Inorganic Substrate; Increased Strength; Electrochemical rather than Mechanical Dispersion/Nano-Deagglomeration; Hydrophobicity or Hydrophilicity; Lower Viscosity; Anti-Phase Separation; Increased Thermal and Electrical Conductivity of Carbon, Boron Nitride, Metal Powders; Sharper Copier Images; Longer Lasting Cosmetics; Brighter Colors & OLEDs; Enhanced Light Transmission; Reproductive Precision; Couples to Non-Silane Reactive Substrates such as Calcium, Boron, Barium, Carbon and Fluoropolymers; Shifts the Critical Pigment Volume Concentration Point to Allow for Higher Loadings of Fillers Without Diminishing Properties; Bonds to Cement to Improve Resistance to High Pressure and High Temperature; Compatibilizes Spent Drilling Mud with Cement and Asphalt; Provides Anti-Aging and Chemical Resistance to Multi-Component Compositions; etc.