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what is Spatter-resistance?? help me any one???

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The word SPATTER means to break down to the smallest parts. In paints, see the image, when spreading with Roller or Brush this surface develops, the result of which is instability on longer life.

Spatter Resistance: (from Rheology, Rheology=study of Liquids and semi solids in liquid shape)
SPATTER.jpg
So spatter resistance is To Resist Against this Act.
" Associative thickeners do thicken via several mechanisms including hydrogen bonding, chain entanglement and hydrophobic association. The latter mechanism enables lower molecular weight polymers to thicken efficiently by forming a three dimensional network in solution. Thickener association structures are easily disrupted by the shear of rolling or brushing, but re-form quickly, providing an ideal rheology that is less elastic but delivers excellent sag resistance. "
Hope explain a bit.
 

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