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Tuesday, 28 March 2017

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

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27 Mar 17
Gel-like coating beefs up performance of lithium-sulfur batteries

Scientists have developed an ultra-thin coating material that has the potential to extend the life and improve the efficiency of lithium-sulfur batteries, one of the most promising areas of energy research today.

24 Mar 17
Bio-inspired route to prepare robust and repairable superhydrophobic coatings

Two Chinese researchers have fabricated a superhydrophobic coating with excellent mechanical stability and unique repairable ability.

22 Mar 17
Enhancing the stability of UV-curable thiol/vinyl carbonate resins

In a study, Austrian researchers evaluated the effect of various stabiliser systems on low-cytotoxic thiol/vinyl carbonate formulations with the aim to inhibit premature dark polymerisation reactions.

17 Mar 17
Concrete substitute brings advantages

A researcher has developed a substitute for concrete. Compared to traditional Portland cement, the new material is lighter, stronger and less expensive to produce than concrete.

16 Mar 17
New “biomimetic” adhesive shows high-strength bonding under water

An adhesive that works under water and is modeled after those created by shellfish to stick to surfaces is stronger than many commercial glues created for the purpose.

13 Mar 17
New bionic function surfaces inspired by the desert scorpion

A new bionic function surface inspired from desert scorpion was developed for erosion resistance applications in a research work.

10 Mar 17
Investigating pyrite tailings-based mineral admixtures with photocatalytic activity

Thanks to a novel mineral admixture, cementitious materials have obvious photocatalysis and greater compressive strength.

8 Mar 17
A waterborne coating system for preparing superamphiphobic surfaces

A study has proven that lyophobic nanoparticles, fluorinated alkyl silane and fluorocarbon surfactant can form a stable dispersion in water, suitable for preparing durable superamphiphobic surfaces on various solid substrates.

7 Mar 17
High bio-content natural plant oil based UV-curable branched oligomers

A new, green approach to improve the performance and biorenewable content of natural plant oil based UV-curable materials is presented by researchers from North Dakota State University.

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