Stock material or miscellaneous articles – Composite – Of silicon containing
C528S032000, C528S014000, C528S019000, C528S015000, C528S037000, C528S031000, C528S039000, C528S025000, C427S387000
This invention relates generally to heat curable compositions, particularly well utilized for use as impregnation sealants curable using hydrosilation chemistry. The heat curable compositions of the present invention can be stored and shipped as a one-part composition. The composition includes at least one curable unsaturated organic component, at least one co-reactant, which has at least two functional groups reactive with the organic component, and at least one catalyst of initiating the cure of the composition.
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Chupas Peter J.
Newberth, III Frederick F.
Bauman Steven C.
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