Directional surface layer development for nano-, micro-, and macrodispersed materialsPublished by Astacus on Fri, 01/06/2017 - 16:25
The experience accumulated by the laboratory personnel in the field of directional change of surface properties allows one:
- to hydrophobize the surface, thus providing the materials with water repellent properties;
- to adjust the thixotropic characteristics and to structurize the appropriate dispersion media,
- including the formation of chemically cross-linked structures;
- to develop the multifunctional layers with different architecture and nature of active sites on the surface of nanoparticles;
- to obtain surfaces with conductive, redox, complexing, or catalytical properties;
- to provide the boundary layers with the desired sorption or complexing properties;
- to provide the controlled release of biologically active compounds from the carrier surface, their capsulation and stabilization;
- to decorate nanodispersed materials with nanoparticles of various nature.
- oxide inorganic;
- silicate materials;
- polymers organic.
- nanodispersed powders;
- granular powders;
- latexes or microspheres;
- fibers and monoliths.
Developer: Chuiko Institute of Surface Chemistry (CISC) of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine