In the polymer materials industry such as plastics, rubber, adhesives, and polymer-based composite materials, inorganic materials occupy a very important position. Such as light calcium carbonate, kaolin, magnesium hydroxide, diatomaceous earth, white carbon black, mica, pyrophyllite, etc. can not only reduce production costs, but also improve the hardness, rigidity, and dimensional stability of the material. Due to the different surface or interface properties of the inorganic filler and the organic polymer, the binding force is poor, so it is difficult to uniformly disperse, resulting in a decrease in the mechanical properties of the material. Therefore, it is necessary to modify the surface of inorganic materials.
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