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Monday, 27 April 2015
Technologies

News on coatings technologies from waterborne to nanotechnology and UV/EB. Don´t misss any trend!

445 item(s) for Technologies
24 Apr 15
Characterising filled powders for powder coating of paper

The purpose of a study was to evaluate the feasibility of using highly filled powders with 100 parts per weight of calcium carbonate and 10 parts per weight of polymer, acting as binder, as electrostatically applied paper coatings.

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23 Apr 15
Characterization of filled powders for powder coating of paper

The purpose of a study was to evaluate the feasibility of using highly filled powders with 100 parts per weight of calcium carbonate and 10 parts per weight of polymer, acting as binder, as electrostatically applied paper coatings.

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23 Apr 15
Invisible inks could help foil counterfeiters of all kinds

Real or counterfeit? Scientists have invented sophisticated fluorescent inks that one day could be used as multicoloured barcodes for consumers to authenticate products that are often counterfeited.

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21 Apr 15
Studying the crystallisation's annealing for the deposit of photovoltaic layers

A thesis describes the fabrication of thin films of Kesterite (CZTS) by nanoparticles printing followed by crystallisation annealing.

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17 Apr 15
Making bio-inspired flame retardants in a jiffy

Researchers have developed protective coatings that can be made in one straightforward step.

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14 Apr 15
Powder-binder jetting - a license to print

Models, training bikes, engines - you can make pretty much anything with 3D printing. But few people know that even the Aston Martin DB5 used in the 23rd James Bond film, "Skyfall”, came out of the printer.

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13 Apr 15
Preparing UV curable-encapsulated phthalocyanine blue pigment

Researchers prepared aqueous dispersions of nano-scale C.I. Pigment Blue 15:3 (PB15:3) through ball milling and ultrasonication in presence of dispersing agents.

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9 Apr 15
Nanotechnology: chiral surfactants for dispersing carbon nanotubes

A novel way to disperse carbon nanotubes (CNTs) by using amphiphilic chiral side-chain liquid crystalline oligomers (ACSLCOs) as chiral surfactants, which possess dual affinity for both CNTs and chiral liquid crystals (CLCs), is reported for the first time.

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8 Apr 15
Natural nanocrystals shown to strengthen concrete

Cellulose nanocrystals derived from industrial byproducts have been shown to increase the strength of concrete, representing a potential renewable additive to improve the ubiquitous construction material.

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