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This seems to occur not because of decrease of interaction of the diphilic molecules with the substrate surface but because of insufficient interaction between separate monolayers. Surfactant monolayers on solid surfaces have high physical-mechanical properties. 0 MPa under axial compression. Liquidlike properties are inherent to the surfactant polymolecular layer, but the layer can be of high viscosity. , of their ability to serve as structural-mechanical barriers. Adsorption modification of the surface of fillers and pigments to improve the quality of polymeric coatings has been widely used.

The separation of surfactant Adhesive Properties Control by Surface-Active Substances 45 from the polymerizing adhesive with added surfactant can cause abrupt decreases of the adhesion strength because the reaction between the adhesive and the substrate in this case will be carried out via a layer of low-molecular weight substances that has low cohesion strength. For RS substances there is no threat of formation of the weak boundary layers because the polymerization of systems with RS substances does not result in separation into macrophases.

Once the reaction is completed the system comes eventually to a state that corresponds to equilibrium. It must be borne in mind that actual (thermodynamic) equilibrium cannot be achieved in some simulated systems, which is why by ‘‘equilibrium systems’’ we mean systems (as in this particular case) in which the surface tension changes very slowly. Let us consider the general regularities of the change in surface tension as the system polymerizes. At low temperatures and in early stages of curing one observes some drop of the system surface tension.

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