Please wait.'

Page is loading'


Home  > Raw materials & technologies  > Technologies  > In-situ growth of ceria nanoparticles on g...

Monday, 06 April 2020
pdf
Raw materials & technologies, Technologies

In-situ growth of ceria nanoparticles on graphene oxide nanoplatelets

Friday, 20 March 2020

Researchers have studied the In-situ growth of ceria nanoparticles on graphene oxide nanoplatelets to be used as a multifunctional hybrid compound for exterior coatings.

In-situ growth of ceria nanoparticles on graphene oxide nanoplatelets was studied to be used as a multifunctional hybrid compound for exterior coatings. Image source: geralt - pixabay (symbol image).
In-situ growth of ceria nanoparticles on graphene oxide nanoplatelets was studied to be used as a multifunctional hybrid compound for exterior coat...

The paper introduces a surface treatment approach to fabricate a hybrid nano-structured additive for simultaneous promotion of weathering and corrosion resistance of epoxy coatings.

In this approach, the graphene oxide platelets were synthesised and further modified with cerium salt via an In-situ process to grow ceria nanoparticles on graphene oxide nanosheets. The fabricated hybrid compound was comprehensively characterised with XPS, FE-SEM, HR-TEM, Raman, XRD, UV–vis spectroscopy techniques. Finally, the ceria-modified nanosheets were incorporated into epoxy coating and then exposed to accelerated weathering and corrosive conditions.

Corrosion and weathering protection

According to the all test results, the highest level of corrosion and weathering protection was achieved for the epoxy coating loaded with modified graphene oxide, thanks to its acting as a multifunctional barrier against UV/humidity/free radicals.

The study has been publidhes in Progress in Organic Coatings, Volume 136, November 2019.

Image source: Pixabay.

top of page
Comments (0)
Add Comment

Post comment

You are not logged in

register