Epoxy resin is a generic term for a compound containing two or more epoxy groups and capable of forming a three-dimensional network cured product in the presence of a suitable chemical agent, and is an important type of thermosetting resin. Epoxy resins include both epoxy-based oligomers and epoxy-containing low molecular compounds. As a resin matrix for adhesives, coatings and composite materials, epoxy resin is widely used in water conservancy, transportation, machinery, electronics, home appliances, automotive and aerospace.
What is the definition of epoxy resin?
- Nov 14, 2018 -