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Adhesives and Adhesive Joints in Industry [Working Title]
Self-adhesive materials are called, in the adhesive industry, pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSAs). PSAs are designed in the shapes of latex, solvent borne resin, rubber solution, or hot melt and are being used for foils and films, tapes, labels, and notepads which can make permanent, removable, or semi-removable adhesive joints for applications of general purpose product assembly by simple contact under light pressure. This special class of adhesives does not undergo any physical transformationdoi:10.5772/intechopen.85667 fatcat:gjnxfl7uyndpfngdxgino6asuy